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  • Effectiveness of non-pharmacological and non-surgical interventions for rheumatoid arthritis: an umbrella review. [Journal Article]
  • JDJBI Database System Rev Implement Rep 2019 May 09
  • Santos EJF, Duarte C, … Barbieri-Figueiredo M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Of the included interventions, only multicomponent or single exercise/physical activity interventions, psychosocial interventions and custom orthoses seem to reduce the impact of rheumatoid arthritis. Future evidence should be sought and synthesized in the domains identified as knowledge gaps, namely, emotional well-being, sleep, coping and physical well-being. Further examination of the effects of interventions that have not been assessed or sufficiently is suggested in order to establish their effectiveness so decisions and recommendations can be made.
  • An Atraumatic Sacral Fracture with Lumbosacral Radiculopathy Complicating the Early Postpartum Period: A Case Report. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Case Rep 2019 Jun 06; 20:794-799
  • Malherbe JJ, Davel S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Lumbosacral radiculopathy in the absence of trauma during pregnancy or the early postpartum should prompt consideration of an underlying atraumatic, fatigue sacral fracture. Such fractures may result from the abnormal biomechanical loading of the sacrum during rapid vaginal deliveries and are most effectively diagnosed by MRI. Conservative management strategies involving physiotherapy and multimodal analgesia are recommended. Future pregnancies may exacerbate radicular symptoms. Such patients may subsequently benefit from elective caesarean section deliveries and hydrotherapy.
  • Harnessing the Four Elements for Mental Health. [Review]
  • FPFront Psychiatry 2019; 10:256
  • Sarris J, de Manincor M, … Tsonis J
  • Humans are intimately connected to nature, and our physical and mental health is influenced strongly by our environment. The "elements," classically described in humoral theory as Fire, Water, Earth,…
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