Modulation of Cortical Activity Induced by High-Frequency Whole-body Vibration Exercise: An fNIRS Study.

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Summary of "Modulation of Cortical Activity Induced by High-Frequency Whole-body Vibration Exercise: An fNIRS Study."

Whole-body vibration (WBV) has shown many positive effects on the human body in rehabilitation and clinical settings in which vibration has been used to elicit muscle contractions in spastic and paretic muscles.


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Name: Journal of sport rehabilitation
ISSN: 1543-3072
Pages: 1-20


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