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Publikation IJOM

Volume 18, Issue 2, June 2015, Pages 79-87
Elsevier Ltd

2014

Relationship between somatic dysfunction of the lumbosacral joint and changes in the gait pattern
Hendrik Croonenborghs, Luc Peeters, Joris De Schepper

Background

Somatic dysfunction of L5-S1 is believed to cause or worsen a rotation pattern in the pelvis, often combined with low back pain. This affects symmetry of motion amplitudes in lower joints, and could influence the gait pattern. This study was conducted to determine whether a somatic dysfunction of L5 has an influence on the gait pattern.

Publikation Congress Paper FIP-IFP

Mechanical influence of somatic dysfunction of the 5th lumbosacral joint and alterations in gait
Joris De Schepper, Hendrik Croonenborghs and Luc Peeters

Background

Medien Masterthesis

Masterthesis
Haute Ecole de la Province de Liège, Belgien

2013

La Sclérodermie : Où en sommes-nous ?

Background

Die Sklerodermie (griechisch „skleros“ = hart; „derma“ = Haut) ist eine Erkrankung des Bindegewebes, bei der es zu einer Proliferation der Kollagenfasern und damit Verhärtung des Bindegewebes kommt. Eine Krankheit die nicht weit verbreitet, aber aufgrund ihrer Symptomatik sehr interessant für eine physiotherapeutische oder osteopathische Behandlung ist.

Publikation JNER

Springer Nature
BioMed Central Ltd

2012

Alex Schück, Rob Labruyère, Heike Vallery, Robert Riener and Alexander Duschau-Wicke

Background

Functional training is becoming the state-of-the-art therapy approach for rehabilitation of individuals after stroke and spinal cord injury. Robot-aided treadmill training reduces personnel effort, especially when treating severely affected patients. Improving rehabilitation robots towards more patient-cooperative behavior may further increase the effects of robot-aided training. This pilot study aims at investigating the feasibility of applying patient-cooperative robot-aided gait rehabilitation to stroke and incomplete spinal cord injury during a therapy period of four weeks. Short-term effects within one training session as well as the function are evaluated.

Publikation Congress Paper BMTE

Biomed Tech (BMTE)
Walter De Gruyter

2010

Haptic Constraints for Rehabilitation Robots: An Overview
Alexander Duschau-Wicke, Marco Guidali,  Alex Schück, Heike Vallery, Robert Riener

Background

Rehabilitation robots are versatile tools for assisting therapists in the rehabilitation of neurologically impaired patients.
To enhance motor learning, current control strategies for rehabilitation robots aim at allowing patient-driven movements,
i.e. movements which patients can initiate and execute on their own account. A widely used mechanism in these patientcooperative
control strategies are virtual haptic constraints, which guide the patients spatially without enforcing a specific
timing. In this paper, we present an overview about the application of haptic constraints in rehabilitation robotics, illustrated
by examples from the rehabilitation robots ARMin and Lokomat. Experience with haptic constraints shows that
they enable patients to move faster and more successfully, thus they increase the number of possible patient-driven task
repetitions per training session. Future research needs to investigate ways to progressively adapt haptic constraints to the
patients’ abilities in order to provide optimal learning conditions for the human nervous system.

Medien Masterthesis

Masterthesis
Katholische Universität, Leuven
Effects of paralyzing agent and mechanical ventilation on rat diaphragm function

Background

Neuromuscular blocking agents are frequently used in the intensive care setting although they may result in complication such as prolonged paralysis and acute quadriplegic myopathy syndrome. We examined whether rocuronium combined with mechanical ventilation (MV) would further alter diaphragm function compared to MV.

Medien Masterthesis

Masterthesis
University of applied Sciences Tyrol, Innsbruck
A Systematic Review of the Effectiveness of Manipulative Therapy for Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD)

Background

In the scientific literature, several authors did recommend manipulative therapies for the management of pain and mobility of temporomandibular disorders (TMD). The aim of this study is to research if these recommendations are based on scientific proof.

Medien Bachelorthesis

Bachelorthesis
University of Wales
The Effect of an osteopathic Liver Treatment on energetic measurement Values of Acupuncture Meridians

Background

Traditional Chinese medicine postulates that energy is flowing trough the different meridians located within the human body. Several authors within the osteopathic medicine reports that physiological processes are not only mediated by the different arterial, venous, lymphatic en cerebrospinal flows within the body but also trough bio-energetic flows.

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