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[ARTICLE] Hydrotherapy vs. conventional land-based exercise for improving walking and balance after stroke: A randomized controlled trial

Abstract

Objective: To investigate the effects of hydrotherapy on walking ability and balance in patients with chronic stroke.

Design: Single-blind, randomized controlled pilot trial.

Setting: Outpatient rehabilitation clinic at a tertiary neurological hospital in China. 427 more words

Stroke

[ARTICLE] Hydrotherapy vs. conventional land-based exercise for improving walking and balance after stroke: A randomized controlled trial

Abstract

Objective: To investigate the effects of hydrotherapy on walking ability and balance in patients with chronic stroke.

Design: Single-blind, randomized controlled pilot trial.

Setting: Outpatient rehabilitation clinic at a tertiary neurological hospital in China. 233 more words

Stroke

7 Ways to Avoid Falling off the Healthy Eating Wagon

Whether you’ve been riding the healthy eating wagon for a week or a decade, staying on can be difficult. Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can hold on. 582 more words

Exercise

7 ways to increase the chances acquiring an injury in sports

There are generally 7 major contributors to non-contact injuries acquired performing sporting like activities.   They are, in no particular order:  Age, injury history, improper warm-up, poor flexibility, posture, muscle strength imbalance and fatigue.  767 more words

Sports Medicine

"When I was fighting fit, mind."

This is a line my late grandfather used all his life. He had many sayings – all from the First World War. Another one was “your teeth are your pearls” and “you can shove it where the monkey puts its nuts.” He was active into his mid-90s, attending the 75th anniversary commemoration of Third Ypres, the Battle of Passchendaele in July 1992; he was 96. 208 more words

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How to choose a coach that is right for you.

I often hear people say, “I don’t need a coach, I can just do it myself.”

No you cant.

Let me repeat that.

NO YOU CAN NOT! 328 more words

Coaching

Getting Through the Clicker

This question came through as a “comment” on an older post. I have added a little to it and put it up here in the cue where people can find it. 728 more words

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