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  • Whole-Body Vibration for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    Under Pressure: Whole-Body Vibration as an Exercise Tool for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    04th February 2019

    These days, we are all under pressure This is evident in the health conditions that are pervasive in our society, such as hypertension In fact, hypertension is so common that it

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  • Whole-Body Vibration for Patients with Mitochondrial Disease

    Powering Up: The Use of Whole-Body Vibration for Patients with Mitochondrial Disease

    21st January 2019

    Do you ever wonder how the human body generates power? Inside of each of our cells, there are tiny organs called mitochondria which are primarily responsible for making energy in the

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  • Whole-Body Vibration for Post Pregnancy Care

    Mom’s the Word: Whole-Body Vibration for Post Pregnancy Care

    07th January 2019

    Do you ever wonder how you will find the time to exercise? So much to do and not enough time in which to do it, as the old adage goes This

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  • Effects of whole body vibration and treadmill training in children with CP

    Effects of whole body vibration and treadmill training in children with CP

    07th January 2017

    Cerebral palsy affects more than 17 million people worldwide, being a developmental disability which occurs when a part of the brain develops abnormally, or when it becomes damaged

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  • What happens when you have a herniated disc?

    What happens when you have a herniated disc?

    27th December 2016

    The bones that form the spine are called vertebrae, and the soft cushions between them are called intervertebral discs The role of the discs is to absorb shocks between

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  • Whole body vibration exercises for back pain

    Whole body vibration exercises for back pain

    10th January 2018

    Back pain can be caused by more serious issues like the degeneration of intervertebral discs, or by poor posture, muscle tension and spasms, or spending too much time sitting

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  • Chronic female pelvic pain - symptoms and solutions

    Chronic female pelvic pain – symptoms and solutions

    16th December 2016

    One is diagnosed with chronic pelvic pain if they accuse pelvic pain for more than 6 months The pain can affect any area below the bellybutton and between the

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  • Two new studies on the effects of WBV in postmenopausal women

    Two new studies on the effects of WBV in postmenopausal women

    11th December 2016

    Menopause is a normal part of aging and marks the end of the reproductive years for a woman Usually it starts in the late 40s, early 50s, and after

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  • How to Recognize and Treat the Restless Leg Syndrome

    How to Recognize and Treat the Restless Leg Syndrome

    05th December 2016

    The restless leg syndrome (RLS) is defined as an irresistible urge to move your legs, and occurs mostly in the evening and at night, when the sufferer is relaxed

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  • Drop Foot – Overview and Treatment Options

    Drop Foot – Overview and Treatment Options

    03rd December 2016

    Drop foot or foot drop is a condition characterized by the inability to lift the front part of the foot Drop foot usually affects only one foot but it’s

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  • Vibration exercises increase sprint performance in cyclists

    Vibration exercises increase sprint performance in cyclists

    14th December 2016

    Post-activation potentiation (PAP) is used by professional athletes for increasing their performance, and consists in using intense exercise as preconditioning This training method helps their bodies get used

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    Common and unusual symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS)

    27th November 2016

    The first symptoms of multiple sclerosis appear, usually, between the age of 20 and 40 years In some cases they go away for a while, then they come back,

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  • Cholesterol-and-triglycerides-when-should-you-be-concerned

    Cholesterol and triglycerides: when should you be concerned?

    20th November 2016

    Cholesterol is often mistaken for fat, but the two aren’t the same thing: technically, cholesterol is a soft, waxy fat-like substance, but not pure fat It is

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  • What happens during knee replacement surgery

    What happens during knee replacement surgery

    23rd November 2016

    Knee replacement surgery or arthroplasty is a surgical procedure performed for replacing a worn or damaged knee with an artificial one

    More common in seniors, the procedure may

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    Whole body vibration therapy in high blood pressure patients

    19th November 2016

    If you smoke, suffer from diabetes or are overweight and have elevated cholesterol levels, you’re more likely to develop high blood pressure However, people who have an active lifestyle

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