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Adolescent Anterior Knee Pain: ARP Wave Therapy vs. Physical Therapy

Accelerated Recovery Performance (ARP) Wave therapy is an electromyostimulation therapy designed to enhance neuromuscular control in order to rehabilitate patients with musculoskeletal pathology. The outcomes of this technology have not been assessed under the rigors of clinical science. This prospective randomized crossover study will assess ARP Wave to both shorten …

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  • 11 Feb, 2021
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Study With QR-504a to Evaluate Safety Tolerability & Corneal Endothelium Molecular Biomarker(s) in Subjects With FECD3

PQ-504a-001 (Fuchs Focus) is an open-label, single-dose, exploratory study to evaluate safety, tolerability, and corneal endothelium molecular biomarker(s) in subjects with Fuchs Endothelial Corneal Dystrophy with Trinucleotide Repeat Expansion in the TCF4 gene (FECD3).

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  • 30 Sep, 2021
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Effectiveness of Gaze Stability Exercises on Balance and Activities of Daily Living Among Patients Suffering Vertigo With Vestibular Neuritis in Saudi Arabia

Gaze stability exercise is a medical procedure for persons with unilateral vestibular disturbances such as vestibular neuritis or persons who have had tumors of their 8th nerve. They are a crucial part of the vestibular dysfunction rehabilitation protocols in health centers. These activities which involve turning one's eyes at different …

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  • 20 Apr, 2021
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Neurofeedback Impact on Veterans With mTBI

This study will evaluate neurofeedback (NFB) training as a low risk, non-invasive, effective treatment for Veterans diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and experiencing chronic post-concussive symptoms (PCSs). It is being funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Doing this study will help to determine if NFB will reduce …

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  • 01 Feb, 2021
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Can Erythropoietin Protect the Cerebral Blood Flow and Oxygenation During Simulated Dive?

During facial cooling and especially during breath hold, can mammals - and also humans - elicit a so called dive reflex, causing bradycardia, peripheral vasoconstriction and centralization of blood flow to brain, lungs and heart but the reflex is suppressed by physical activity. The dive reflex can be elicited by …

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  • 07 Nov, 2020
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