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Background: Cochlear implants (CI) are nowadays a widely accepted treatment for sensorineural hearing loss SNHL.
Aim: This study aimed to describe the epidemiological characteristics and the surgical approach and to evaluate the outcomes of our experie...
Study Design: Prospective Observational Study
Background: Physical therapy is one of the primary treatment options for these patients, however, we were unable to identify previously published research that objectively assesses the impact of taping o...
Background: A structured multidisciplinary team is very important during every phase of the amputation process and a good communicative team guarantees a greater tranquility for the patient, thanks to more homogenous information, that is already discussed between the clinician...
Background: In line with the so-called “embodiment concept”, human bodily experience is characterized by the immediate feeling that our body is localized in a certain position in space and that the self is localized within these body limits.
Background: Supporting our adolescent people in realizing his/her self ability to reorganize and to establish a cross-linked paraspinal muscle control can be considered the most effective approach for muscle rehabilitation in adolescents affected by “AIS.