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Journal of Osteoporosis and Physical Activity

Journal of Osteoporosis and Physical Activity
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-9509

+12 184512974

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Journal of Osteoporosis and Physical Activity publishes updated scholarly information on osteoporosis from wide range of geographies across the world. Being a global peer-reviewed open-access journal, the articles attract wider audience. The journals main purpose is to addresses some of the recent challenges such as ‘length of hospital stay’; mortality and morbidity associated with osteoporotic fractures and elucidate the role of osteoporosis studies in main stream health care system and health policy.
 

joint webinar on Novel Physiotherapy, Physical Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
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where a swimmer must remain underwater for the entire distance of 50-meter pool. Immersion is where a swimmer carries compressed air with breathing apparatus for the entire distance. Finally, the long distance, this swimming event is conducted in an open water setting wherein swimmer are not allowed to bring breathing

Joint event on 8th International Conference on Physiotherapy & World conference on Osteoarthritis Its Complications
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Joint event on 8th International Conference on Physiotherapy & World conference on Osteoarthritis  Its Complications

Today’s sport has become highly competitive and exhaustive. The purpose of this study was to perform a comparative study to know the effects of eccentric calf training with and without ultrasound in athletes with Shinsplints. For the present study 32 athletes with shin splints were selected from the Brahmananda Reddy Stadium, Guntur in association with the Guntur District Athletics Association. The age group of the athletes was between 16 to 21 years. The athletes were randomly divided into 2 groups of 16 each. [N=16]. One group attended 6 weeks Eccentric Calf Training of selected exercises and the other group underwent similar 6 weeks Eccentric Calf Training along with Ultrasound treatment; in addition to their normal routine. The training period was restricted to 6 weeks to allow adaptation changes, thrice a week i.e. Monday, Wednesday and Friday

International Conference on Physiotherapy Kinesiology-Sports Medicine
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International Conference on Physiotherapy Kinesiology-Sports Medicine

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in particular,
at the women’s football, is a serious injury to treat actually,
because, already is one of the most common infury around all the
teams women’s world. To evaluate the valgus moment with drop
vertical jump will be a good method to improve the programs about
injury prevention.
The first objective of this study will be to produce change on a
jump technique to observe the soaps on the ROM’s knee and
then, the effect to take place about the body, particulary, around
the knee moments.
Fourteen football players (age 16 ± 18 years; mass 59,13 ± 7,8
kg; heigh 1,65± 0,08cm) from the autonomic selección of
womens football take place in this investigation. We analyze the
variables of flexion and extensión and the abd- adduccion of the
knee, throught viedo analysis with high definiton cameras and
via feedback and forward.
The women’s football players increase her knee flexion between
the first and second intervention an average of 7.93o±8.81o and
the valgus knee decrease an average of 8.00o±12.61o.
The technique training of DVJ and to improve throught verbals
estimulations, all of this, make a decrease of valgus knee and
increase knee flexion. With this conclusions we can predict
about DVJ and the this method will be a good one, for evaluation
and prevention the ACL injury.

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