Rehabilitation of upper limb after stroke: Task-oriented intervention does not result in improvements in function of the affected upper limb in people with chronic stroke rather the integration of upper limb activities into global functional activities might be more beneficial in terms of upper limb rehabilitation.
The effective technique for increasing glenohumeral external rotation motion: The posterior mobilization (PM) techniquea are found to be superior to anterior mobilization(AM) techniques for increasing glenohumeral external rotation (ER) motion.
Reduce incontinence in the pregnant women: Intensive supervised pelvic floor muscle training during pregnancy, for women pregnant with their first child who were continent prior to pregnancy, reduced the risk of self-reported urinary incontinence by approximately a third at 36 weeks gestation and three months post-partum compared to standard antenatal care.
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