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Moseley, A. M., Sherrington, C., Elkins, M. R., et al.: Indexing of randomised controlled trials of physiotherapy interventions: a comparison of AMED, CENTRAL, CINAHL, EMBASE, Hooked on Evidence

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Whole-body vibration (WBV) training is a very popular kind of practice in sport, fitness and physiotherapy. This work reviews the current knowledge regarding the use and effectiveness of WBV in the physiotherapy. The discrepancies between different authors’ results are probably due to divergence in WBV training protocols. The paperwork clearly showed that despite its ultimate effects, exercises on a vibration platform are safe, feasible, and well tolerated by patients with different disorders. This narrative review should help physiotherapists verify therapy programs regarding patients’ exposure to WBV.

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Epps, H., Ginnelly, L., Utley, M., et al.: Is hydrotherapy cost-effective? A randomised controlled trial of combined hydrotherapy programmes compared with physiotherapy land techniques in children

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Bálint, G., Bender, T. (eds.): Therory and practice of physiotherapy. [A fizioterápia elmélete és gyakorlata.] Springer Hungarica, Budapest, 1995. [Hungarian] Therory and practice of physiotherapy

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Bálint Molics
,
János Kránicz
,
Béla Schmidt
,
Andor Sebestyén
,
József Nyárády
, and
Imre Boncz

of physiotherapy in the rehabilitation of patients with idiopathic inflammatory myopathies. [A fizioterápia szerepe az idiopathiás gyulladásos myopathiás betegek rehabilitációjában.] Orv. Hetil., 2004, 145 , 25–30. [Hungarian

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Authors:
Izabella Gomez
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Éva Szekanecz
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Zoltán Szekanecz
, and
Tamás Bender

–127. 29 Lu, S. R., Hong, R. B., Chou, W., et al.: Role of physiotherapy and patient education in lymphedema control following breast cancer surgery. Ther. Clin. Risk Manag., 2015, 11, 319

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Hip luxations have been reported in many ruminants, and several treatments have been described for them. However, successful closed reduction of hip joint luxation has not been reported in goats to date. This case report describes the closed reduction of coxofem oral luxation in a three-month-old male Saanen dairy goat. The goat showed non-weightbearing lameness and abnormal mobility of the proximal right hindlimb. Luxation of the right coxofemoral joint in craniodorsal direction was diagnosed by radiography. The femoral head was repositioned under sedation, and physiotherapy including non-weightbearing hindlimb movement and supported walking exercise was performed. Fifteen days after closed reduction the animal was discharged from the clinic. At that time the animal was sound at a slow walk but lameness was still present at faster gaits. Follow-up examinations revealed normal development of the animal, which subsequently showed no lameness and served successfully as a breeding goat.

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disease 5 years preceding the study, kidney failure, significant liver disease, poor cardiac status (pacemakers), or such physical–mental handicaps that made it impossible for the patient to fully participate in the physiotherapy regime. Diagnostic

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with the question of how physical activity affects lung cancer outcomes, and the studies are contradictory. Concrete data on the effects of e.g. physiotherapy in the prevention and treatment of lung cancer are notably lacking and may be the subject of

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the HRV, may have influenced both postural tone and the extent of postural sway. We therefore suggest that this breathing intervention may be a useful tool in physiotherapy to influence postural tone immediately and to change the extent of postural

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