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Objective: To systematically review the evidence on the effect of continuous passive motion, combined with usual physiotherapy management, on increasing shoulder joint range of motion and muscle strength, and reducing shoulder pain in adults following rotator cuff repair, compared with standard...
Objective: To determine whether external feedback to promote symmetrical weight distribution during standing and walking would improve gait performance and balance in people with stroke. Design: Randomized, controlled, assessor-blinded trial. Setting: Rehabilitation unit and physical therapy...
Objective: To evaluate the short- and long-term effectiveness of exercise training in relation to pain, function and direct costs to health care systems attributable to hip osteoarthritis. Design: Prospective, two-year randomized controlled trial. Setting: An outpatient primary health care...
Objective: To determine whether higher-intensity treadmill walking during rehabilitation in those newly able to walk after stroke is feasible, is detrimental to walking or is beneficial. Design: A single-blind, randomized trial. Setting: Two rehabilitation units. Participants: Thirty people with...
Objective: To determine if habitual physical activity could be increased in people with cerebral palsy. Data sources: We searched electronic databases until February 2010 using key words related to concepts of cerebral palsy and physical activity. This search was supplemented with citation...
Objective: To investigate and compare the effectiveness of various treatment protocols for the treatment of women with idiopathic detrusor overactivity. Design: Prospective, randomized controlled trial. Setting: Departments of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation and Obstetrics and Gynaecology,...
Objective: To evaluate the effect of combined exercise training on metabolic control, physical fitness and quality of life in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Design: A double-blind randomized controlled trial with patients receiving combined aerobic and strength or no training. Setting:...
Objectives: To describe the immediate effects of diacutaneous fibrolysis on pain and mobility in patients suffering from painful shoulder, and to assess the ability of the placebo technique to blind participants to group allocation. Design: A double-blind before—after randomized...
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