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Volume 1 Issue 2

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    Research Article
    Published: 08/30/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 072-092

    How does a Personalized Rehabilitative Model infl uence the Functional Response of Different Ankle Foot Orthoses in a Cohort of Patients Affected by Neurological Gait Pattern?

    Maurizio Falso*, Eleonora Cattaneo, Elisa Foglia, Marco Zucchini and Franco Zucchini

    Background: Orthoses need to support physiotherapy as well as surgical treatment. Related to patient’s rehabilitative goals and pathological gait pattern, orthotists have to produce an orthoses that using an adjustable ankle joint system with preloaded disc springs can store the energy brought in by the body weight and produce a tuning effect on patient’s gait and sense of balance. The purpose of this study was to establish how a personalized proprioceptive individualized rehabilitative treatment could infl uence the functional response of different AFOs (Ankle Foot Orthoses) in a cohort of patients affected by neurological gait pattern.

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    Case Report
    Published: 07/17/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 067-071

    First Metatarsal Stress Fracture of a pre-adolescent female Irish dancer with Medial Plantar Foot Pain: A Case Report

    Dale Gerke and Jean-Michel Brismée*

    Background and Purpose: Injuries for the pre-adolescent female Irish Dancer (FID) are not well recognized. The purpose of this case study is to report imaging assisted diagnosis and management of atypical medial and plantar foot pain (MPFP) in an 8-year-old FID.

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    Research Article
    Published: 07/10/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 056-066

    Factors affecting muscle strength in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy

    Jiro Nakano*, Shun Ishii, Takuya Fukushima, Ayumi Natsuzako, Junya Sakamoto and Minoru Okita

    This study aimed to investigate the relationship between muscle weakness and cancerrelated symptoms in patients undergoing chemotherapy for hematological malignancies and solid tumors. We recruited hospitalized patients older than 20 years who were receiving chemotherapy. Patients were divided into a solid tumor (n=74) and hematological malignancy (n=80) group.

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    Short Communication
    Published: 05/01/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 054-055

    The effects of EMF (ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS) on the Bone and Cartilage Tissue

    Cemil Sert*

    Environmental electromagnetic fi elds are nowadays available in all environments today. These areas affect the biological system. Controlled interactions with elecrtomagnetic fi elds can have positive effects when unrestricted interactions have negative effects. Uncontrolled exposure to low-frequency electromagnetic fi elds can cause adverse effects such as signal transduction in cells and tissues, cell membrane structure, ion channels, molecular interactions, DNA damage. But contrary to controlled exposure, it positively affects tissues. The most obvious example of this is seen in the bone and cartilaginous tissue. Repairing fractures and damage in bone and cartilage. This has been shown in many studies. Below is a summary of the relevant information.

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