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Page: Body Supported Treadmill Training can be Precise and Reproducible When Lower-Body Support is Provided by Positive Air Pressure

Page: New Technology for Rehabilitation Therapy
Contents Body Supported Treadmill Training can be Precise and Reproducible When Lower-Body Support is Provided by Positive Air Pressure
Page: Physical Therapy for Achilles Tendinopathy
Background Achilles tendinopathy refers to all disorders involving the Achilles tendon, from acute inflammatory to chronic degenerative Achilles tendinitis is an inflammatory overuse injury to the ten…
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Page: Physical therapy for adhesive capsulitis
Background Mostly unknown etiology  Incidence in general population between 2.3-5%; 10.8-19% in the diabetic population (Pal et al 1986; Bridgman 1972) More females affected than males (Lundberg 1969;…
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Page: Physical therapy for disorders of the rotator cuff
Continuum of Injury for Disorders of the Rotator Cuff Impingement Syndrome<--------------------------------------------------->Full-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears Classification of Rotator Cuff Disease …
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Page: Physical Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Page: Physical therapy for patellofemoral pain syndrome
Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is also known as chondromalacia patella, anterior knee pain, and extensor mechanism malalignment. Epidemiology Accounts for 25-40% of all knee problems seen in spor…
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Page: Physical therapy for posterior tibial tendon dysfunction
Background Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) is a progressive, painful disorder of the foot that results in an acquired flat foot deformity. It is characterized by a progressive collapse of t…
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Page: Physical Therapy in the Overhead Athlete

Page: Physical Therapy Modalities