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This Brain-Reading Tool Can Teach You A New Skill In No Time

By measuring how hard the brain is working, the BACh system knows when to give a learner new information.<p>Beste Yuksel could soon put a lot of piano teachers out of work.<p>The Ph.D candidate at Tufts University in Massachusetts has created a tool that helps students learn the instrument faster and …

4Hz Oscillations Synchronize Prefrontal Amygdala Circuits During Fear Behavior

<b>Fear response to traumatic or threatening situations helps us evade or escape danger. At the same time fear response is learned in the form of</b> …

Eating chocolate 'improves brain function' - study

Chocolate could help protect against normal age-related cognitive decline<p>Cheering news for those with a sweet tooth - a recent study has found that regular chocolate consumption is associated with better cognitive function.<p>According to the study, published in the journal Appetite, chocolate …

Physical examination tests for hip dysfunction and injury

Physical examination tests of the hip<p>Hip osteoarthritis<p>Trendelenburg's sign9<p><i>Patient position</i>: Standing in front of the examiner, with both feet on …

Risk factors for medial tibial stress syndrome in physically active individuals such as runners and military personnel: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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Effect of dynamic humeral centring (DHC) treatment on painful active elevation of the arm in subacromial impingement syndrome. Secondary analysis of data from an RCT

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The foot core system: a new paradigm for understanding intrinsic foot muscle function

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Resisted Side Stepping: The Effect of Posture on Hip Abductor Muscle Activation | Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy

These Breathing Techniques Will Change the Way You Exercise

We asked personal trainers for breathing hacks that will make exercise feel easier and work better<p>"I probably say this a thousand times in a day to …

Bracing superior to neuromuscular training for the prevention of self-reported recurrent ankle sprains: a three-arm randomised controlled trial

Abstract<p><b>Background</b> Ankle sprain is the most common sports-related injury with a high rate of recurrence and associated costs. Recent studies have …

Lower-Limb Muscular Strategies for Increasing Running Speed | Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy

A Comparison of the Effects of Stabilization Exercises Plus Manual Therapy to Those of Stabilization Exercises Alone in Patients With Nonspecific Mechanical Neck Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial | Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Residencies | Johns Hopkins Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy Residencies and Fellowships<p>Thank you for your interest in the physical therapy residency and fellowship programs at The Johns …

Waste Product of Exercise Protects Neurons from Trauma Damage

<b>Researchers led by EPFL have found how lactate, a waste product of glucose metabolism can protect neurons from damage following acute trauma such as</b> …

Exercise Makes You Grow New Brain Cells–But Only The Right Kind Of Exercise

If you want to make yourself smarter, go for a run.<p>Which makes you smarter: running or lifting weights? Meathead jokes aside, there’s new evidence that moderate aerobic exercise helps increase new brain cells, while strength training may not be much healthier for the brain than sitting on the couch.<p>…

Here's A Devious Way To Get Workers To Exercise

“We know that people are irrational."<p>Corporate wellness programs seem like a no-brainer in theory. In order to get employees to exercise more, companies can just pay them to reach a certain number of steps walked or calories burned. Right?<p>Not quite, suggests a new study by researchers at the …