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Certain exercises could help with muscular dystrophy

According to a team of University of Maine researchers, certain activities may help strengthen muscles affected by muscular dystrophy — and they figured it out by stimulating zebrafish and watching them work out.

Vagus nerve stimulation lowers costs of care for children with uncontrolled epilepsy

For patients with drug-resistant epilepsy, reducing seizure burden and addressing quality of life are important goals.

Higher risk of neuropathy with COVID-19 infection

Adding to a growing body of evidence that, for many, problems related to COVID-19 linger longer than the initial infection, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that some people infected during the pandemic’s early months experienced peripheral neuropathy during and following their bouts with the virus.
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Osteopathy for the Over 50s: Maintaining Function and Treating Dysfunction

Although textbooks on the subject of Osteopathy have been in print for over 100 years, there is little material specifically addressing the treatment of adults over the age of 50, in spite of the increase in this demographic group.

This book is intended to provide a study of the biomechanics and physiology of somatic dysfunction as it relates to individuals over the age of 50. » Shop now
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Business Talk: The future patient history – why practitioners are missing the mark

I have been teaching the above practitioners in an academic setting for the last 18 years, and each time I cover the role of the autonomic nervous system on musculoskeletal pain they are astonished to realize the clinical consequences of misreading mechanical dysfunction in co-morbid patients. » Read more...
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