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An Analysis on Distribution of Handgrip Strength and Associated Factors in Korean Adults

Jung JW, Park SY, Kim H

Background: Sarcopenia is a skeletal muscle disorder that involves the loss of muscle mass and function. Handgrip strength (HGS) is the most commonly used tool to assess muscle strength to...
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Effect of Various Lower Extremity Exercises Using the Swiss Ball While Standing on Balance, Muscle Strength, Gait and Fall Efficacy in Stroke Patients: A Pilot Study

Lim YJ, Kang SH

Purpose: This study examined whether various lower extremity exercises using a Swiss ball in the standing position could improve balance, muscle strength, gait, and fall efficacy in stroke patients. Methods: Twenty-one...
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Efficacy of an Integrated Training Device in Improving Muscle Strength, Balance, and Cognitive Ability in Older Adults

Roh CH, Kim DS, Kim GW, Won YH, Park SH, Seo JH, Ko MH

Objective To determine the effects of an integrated training device for strength and balance on extremity muscle strength, postural balance, and cognition in older adults using a combination with various...
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The Effect of Kinesio Taping on Pain, Muscle Strength and Balance Control Ability by Age Group: A Literature Review

Lee SJ, Lee D, Hong JH, Yu JH, Kim JS, Kim Sg

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to objectively and systematically investigate the effect of Kinesio taping by organizing and analyzing the research results using effect size. Methods: A total of...
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Effect of Cryotherapy on Muscle Strength and Balance on the Ankle Joint in Patients with Stroke

Park J

Purpose: This study investigated the effects of cryotherapy on the ankle joint muscle strength and balance ability in stroke patients with ankle joint muscles. Methods: In this study, 20 patients with...
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Comparison of the Effects of Education Only and Exercise Training Combined with Education on Fall Prevention in Adults Aged 70 Years or Older Residing in Elderly Residential Facilities

Hong C, Lee H, Lee M

Purpose: To compare the effects of education only and exercise training combined with education on fall knowledge, fall efficacy, physical activity, and physical function in adults aged 70 years or...
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Hand Grip and Leg Muscle Strength in Hemodialysis Patients and Its Determinants

Cha Rh, Lee GS, Yoo JY, Rhee OB, Jeon YD

Background: Chronic kidney disease is associated with chronic inflammation and progressive loss of peripheral muscle strength and the ability to exercise, and these changes are highly pronounced in patients receiving...
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Objective and Subjective Analysis of the Knee Joint Function Using Lower Extremity Assessment Protocol after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Kim BH, Jeon HG, Cheo JH, Kang TK, Lee SY

Purpose: Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) is one of the most common procedures in sports medicine. It is important for patients to determine whether or not to return to the pre-operative...
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Comparison of Physiotherapy Approaches in Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Senbursa G, Pekyavas NO, Baltaci G

Background: The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of rehabilitation approaches in individuals with low back pain (LBP) on pain, spinal mobility, disability, and muscular strength. Methods: Ninety...
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Effect of Heel Raise Exercise with NMES on Peroneus Longus Muscle Strength and Postural Control Ability in Subjects with Functional Ankle Instability: Randomized Controlled Trial

Seo JH, Lee JH, Lee MY

Purpose: This study examined the effects of heel raise exercises combined with neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) on the muscle strength and postural control ability of subjects with functional ankle instability...
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Comparison of the effectiveness of extensor muscle strengthening exercise by itself, exercise with polydeoxyribonucleotide injection, and exercise with extracorporeal shockwave therapy in lateral epicondylitis: a randomized controlled trial

Shim BJ, Seo EM, Hwang JT, Kim DY, Yang JS, Seo SJ, Hong MS

Background: Extensor muscle strengthening exercises with counterforce braces (EX) is a conventional conservative treatment for lateral epicondylitis (LE) of the elbow. In addition, polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN) or extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT)...
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Physiological Effect of Exercise Training with Whole Body Electric Muscle Stimulation Suit on Strength and Balance in Young Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Park HK, Na SM, Choi SL, Seon JK, Do WH

Many studies about Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) have been performed to determine the effectiveness of EMS. However, most studies enrolled only elderly patients. Moreover, only a few studies have verified the...
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Pelvic floor muscle strength is correlated with sexual function

Boas Sartori DV, Kawano PR, Yamamoto HA, Guerra R, Pajolli PR, Amaro JL

Purpose: Sexual performance is related to proprioception and pelvic floor muscle strength (PFMS). The aim of this study was to correlate sexual activity and orgasm with PFMS. Materials and Methods: A...
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The effect of parity on the function of pelvic floor musculature in the long term: cross-sectional study

Bertacini DMM, Beleza ACS, Driusso P

Objective Parity is associated with an increased risk of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. The aim of this study was to evaluate the long-term effects of parity on this musculature. Methods This...
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Assessing Low Skeletal Mass in Patients Undergoing Hip Surgery: The Role of Sonoelastography

Kim KC, Park JW

Purpose: To analyze the utility of sonoelastography–a radiation-free procedure to characterize muscle properties–as an instrument to qualitatively and quantitatively assess the rectus femoris muscle. Materials and Methods: Fifty-one consecutive patients who...
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Comparing the effectiveness of ultrasound guided versus blind genicular nerve block on pain, muscle strength with isokinetic device, physical function and quality of life in chronic knee osteoarthritis: a prospective randomized controlled study

Cankurtaran D, Karaahmet OZ, Yildiz SY, Eksioglu E, Dulgeroglu D, Unlu E

Background: The genicular nerve block (GNB) is demonstrated from several reports to alleviate pain and improve knee functionality in patients with chronic knee osteoarthritis (OA). Ultrasound (US)-guided GNB has been...
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Cross-education Effects of Muscle Strength and Balance on Unilateral Isokinetic Exercise in Ankle

Son SM, Kang KW

Purpose: Unilateral strength training effects on contralateral sides have been demonstrated in previous studies for lower extremity exercise, upper extremity exercise, and unilateral surface electrical stimulation. This study was performed...
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Evaluating Postoperative Muscle Strength Using Surface Electromyography in Hip Fracture Patient

Yoo JI, Byun H, Kim HS, Jang YJ, Lee CH

Background: To compare the muscle strength of patients with a hip fracture according to the presence of sarcopenia after surgery and the correlation of measured values between a Biodex and...
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Measurement and Interpretation of Handgrip Strength for Research on Sarcopenia and Osteoporosis

Lee SH, Gong HS

Handgrip strength (HGS) is associated with several chronic diseases, cognitive decline, length of hospital-stay, and mortality. More importantly, HGS is one of the diagnostic criteria of sarcopenia and gaining attention...
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Poorer dynamic postural stability in patients with anterior cruciate ligament rupture combined with lateral meniscus tear than in those with medial meniscus tear

Lee JH, Lee DH, Park JH, Suh DW, Kim E, Jang KM

Background: Only limited data are available regarding postural stability between anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)-injured patients with medial meniscus (MM) tear and those with lateral meniscus (LM) tear. The purpose of...
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