Content - Volume 3, Issue 5

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Clinicians´ initial experiences of transition to online interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation during the covid-19 pandemic
Vera A. Baadjou, Marlies den Hollander, Thijs van Meulenbroek, Jeanine A. Verbunt, Inge Timmers
Objective: Public health legislation during the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in forced transitioning to the use of remote care in order to continue the provision of pain rehabilitation worldwide. The objective of this study was to gain insight into clinicians´ initial experiences with the provision of interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation via videoconferencing. Design: Observational, cross-se ...
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Manual therapy effectively decreases the frequency of joint bleeding improves joint health and reduces pain in hemophilic elbow arthropathy: A prospective cohort study
Raúl Pérez-Llanes, Elena Donoso-úbeda, Javier Meroño-Gallut, José Antonio López-Pina, Rubén Cuesta-Barriuso
Objective: To verify the safety and effectiveness of manual therapy intervention using fascial therapy in adult patients with haemophilic elbow arthropathy. Methods: Prospective cohort study. A total of 28 patients with haemophilic elbow arthropathy was recruited in 3 cities in Spain. Patients received onefascial therapy session per week for 3 weeks. The dependent variables were: frequency of joi ...
Pages: 1-7
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Arm numbness at 45 degrees abduction: A case report of thoracic outlet syndrome post brachial neuritis
Jamie L. Fleet, Srinivasan Harish, James Bain, Steven K. Baker
Objective: To describe a case of nerve kinking correlating with surgical findings in neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome in a patient with history of brachial neuritis. Thoracic outlet syndrome and brachial neuritis are briefly reviewed. Case report: A 32-year-old woman with a history of bilateral brachial neuritis presented with paraesthesias in her hand when abducting her shoulder to 45° or h ...
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