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The Psychology of Rehabilitation
EXPERT INSIGHT
feat. Serena Simmons
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The Psychology of Rehabilitation

So you’ve constructed the best rehab plan for your patient; an effective, systematic programme to enable a fast and effective return to normal function, but, how does your patient feel.. ...

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Hypohydration
Hypohydration - it's the uncompensated loss of body water. Hypohydration occurs as a result of dehydration, when fluid intake doesn’t match water lost through sweat. Much attention is paid ...
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Loading, Vibration & Bone
EXPERT INSIGHT
feat. Professor Belinda Beck
Loading, Vibration & Bone
Musculoskeletal aging is a major public health interest. It is associated with high risk of falls, fractures and high morbidity and health care rates. Aging individuals are often viewed as...
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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
EXPERT INSIGHT
feat. Bill Taylor
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Based on what we know about how to train muscle strength in our skeletal muscles, have you ever wondered why the advice given for pelvic floor is: "...sit comfortably and squeeze the muscles...
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Assessing Performance and Dynamometry
Contemporary rehabilitation practice demands a rapid and safe return to activity and, or, sport. The decision-making process is often informed by improvements in measures of function...
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Fuelling Rehabilitation
EXPERT INSIGHT
feat. Dr Lewis James
Fuelling Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation interventions to restore physical function and performance often involve a significant amount of tissue remodelling, but do we ensure sufficient fuel is available to support t...
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Muscle Hypertrophy
Following injury, surgery and disuse, marked atrophy of the associated skeletal muscles can occur and, at a dramatic rate....
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Non-Concurrent Rehabilitation
Concurrent training – the delivery of strength and endurance training in the same session is the most common form of training, conditioning and rehabilitation....
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The Female Athlete/Patient
EXPERT INSIGHT
feat. Ass Prof Kirsty Elliott-Sale
The Female Athlete/Patient
Females are not small men. Historically performance- and conditioning-based research has predominately derived data from experimental research using male populations....
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Strength Training with Older Adults
With the onset of the 5th decade of life, degenerative processes affect skeletal muscle size, quality and strength....
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Blood Flow Restriction Training
The basic methodology of blood flow restriction (BFR) training is to reduce arterial blood flow to, and prevent the venous return from the exercising muscles by means of a tourniquet....
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The Repeated-Bout Effect
Exercise-induced muscle damage is characterised by a delayed-onset muscle soreness and impairment to muscle function....
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The Cross-Education Effect
The cross-education (CE) phenomenon describes the strength gain in the opposite untrained limb following unilateral contralateral resistance training....

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Academy Topics:

Mastering Scientific Principles

Exercise-Stress

Adjuncts and Technology

Fuelling Rehabilitation

Assessing Performance

Non-Contractile Tissue

Populations

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