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Low-magnitude High-frequency Vibration Study on Fracture Rate in Community Elderly

Fragility fracture is common due to global aging problem, incurring huge healthcare expenditure. The occurrence of fragility fracture is usually caused by a fall incidence of an elderly with low bone quality and poor balancing ability. Therefore, any approach to improve or retard both sarcopenia and osteoporosis will be helpful to prevent osteoporotic fracture incidence. With the intensive research on low magnitude high frequency vibration (LMHFV), many scientific evidences sup...

Lumbar Proprioception in Lower Back Pain Patients Versus Healthy Subjects : a Comparative Study on the Effects of Low- and High-frequency Muscle Vibrations

The primary objective of this study is to compare the lumbar proprioception of patients with chronic back pain to that of healthy volunteers during low- and high-frequency muscle vibration. The order of measures (low frequency of vibration, high frequency vibration and no vibration) is randomized in a cross-over design. Patients and volunteers are matched by age and body mass index.

Vibration Therapy as a Rehabilitation Intervention for Postural Training and Fall Prevention

The occurrence of distal radius fractures is well known to be a sentinel event as these fractures are associated with 2 to 4 times increased risk of subsequent hip fractures in elderly patients. Studies have shown a significantly increased degree of postural sway in these patients, which is strongly associated with recurrent falls. The latest Cochrane systematic review also shows a lack of evidence on the effectiveness of current rehabilitation interventions. Low-magnitu...


Vibration Intervention For Bone Enhancement In Childhood Cancer Survivors

Treatment for childhood cancer interferes with normal bone maturation such that maximal peak bone mass may never be attained by some survivors of childhood cancer.In childhood cancer survivors, a randomized trial evaluating the effectiveness of vitamin D and calcium supplementation among ALL survivors is currently underway; however, few other interventions have been offered for this at risk population. Recent evidence demonstrates that low magnitude; high frequency mechanical s...

PTH and Vibration in OSteoporosis Study

Objective: This is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) in osteoporosis patients randomized to standard parathyroid hormone (PTH) treatment alone or to standard PTH treatment and Whole-body vibration (WBV). PTH is an effective but expensive anabolic treatment for osteoporosis. WBV stimulates muscles and bones. A combined treatment might have synergistic or additive beneficial effects on bone, reducing fracture risk making treatment more effective and cost-effective. A ben...

Vibratory Stimuli, A Novel Rehabilitation Method for Preventing Post - Traumatic Knee Osteoarthritis

This study will evaluate the acute effects of vibration (whole body vibration and local muscle vibration) on quadriceps function, knee joint proprioception, and gait biomechanics linked to osteoarthritis development in individuals with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Subjects will be randomly assigned to control (no vibration), whole body vibration, and local muscle vibration groups, and the aforementioned characteristics will be assessed prior to and following the r...

Feasibility Study for the Use of Low-magnitude, High Frequency Mechanical Stimulation of Bone in Persons With Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

In persons with SCI, because of inherent considerations, the use of mechanical stimulation has not bee studied to determine improvement in bone mass. To achieve maximum transmission of the vibration from a vibrating plate to the lower body, the legs must be extended and the feet firmly placed against the surface plate of the device. Thus, these logistical considerations must be addressed to perform this mechanical intervention in persons with SCI. In those with complete or a...

Accelerated Invisalign Therapy in Conjunction With Acceledent Aura

Purpose: The objective of this study is to investigate the effects of accelerated Invisalign and vibration therapy on rate of orthodontic tooth movement, activation of inflammation biomarkers as well as pain levels experienced by orthodontic patients during the initial 12 weeks of alignment. Participants: Up to 30 orthodontic patients of the University of North Carolina Orthodontic Residency Program will be recruited for this study. Patients older than 18 years o...

Effects of Whole Body Vibration in Subacute Stroke Patients

The overall aim of the proposed study is to determine whether whole body vibration is beneficial in promoting bone turnover, physical fitness and neuromotor performance in patients with subacute stroke.

Whole-body Vibration Induces a Short or Long Latency Muscular Reflex

Aim: Hypothesis of this study was that WBV activates different receptors or reflex pathways depend on vibration intensity. Aim of this study was to test this hypothesis. Methods: This study was conducted on 11 healthy adults. WBV was applied at various frequencies and amplitudes. The right soleus T-reflex latency was determined before and during WBV. WBV-IMR latency of the right soleus was determined using two different vibration intensity: weak vibration and powerful vibratio...

Acute Effects of Vibration on Shoulder Flexibility - Experimental Controlled Trial

Whole body vibration (WBV) can help to improve muscle flexibility by stimulating the neuromuscular functions. But there is a dearth in the literature to prove its effectiveness in improving the flexibility of the upper limb muscles. Therefore the purpose of the study is to determine the effects of vibration on improving upper limb flexibility. This experimental research will be conducted by recruiting participants at the age of 19 to 27 with no histories of injuries on the uppe...

The Association Between Preoperative Sepsis and the Mortality After Hip Fracture Surgery

The worldwide occurrence of hip fracture is high with an annual incidence of approximately 100 per 100.000 people(1). Mortality for patients undergoing hip fracture surgery is high with a 30-day mortality rate varying between 4.5 and 13.3 %(2-4). It is agreed that non-modifiable factors such as age, gender and pre-existing comorbidities contribute to early death of hip fracture patients(2). However, not many studies have focused on preoperative sepsis as a potential risk factor...

Effect of Vibration on Muscle Properties, Physical Activity and Balance in Children With Cerebral Palsy

The aim of the 6-month randomized controlled trial, with 6-month no treatment follow-up, is to examine the effects of low-magnitude vibration on muscle, physical activity, and balance in children with spastic cerebral palsy.

Effects of Whole Body Vibration on Postmenopausal Risk-factors in Elderly Women

There is general agreement that physical exercise can positively influence osteoporotic fracture risk along two pathways: first by reducing the risk of falls via an improvement of fall related neuromuscular abilities; second by increasing bone strength. Whole body vibration (WBV) training has recently been proposed as a new approach for prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Animal studies have shown evidence that WBV may be an effective method to improve bone mass, archite...

Effects of Whole Body Vibration in People With Chronic Stroke

The overall aim of the proposed study is to determine whether whole body vibration is beneficial in promoting bone health, physical fitness and neuromotor performance in patients with chronic stroke. Subjects in the experimental group will undergo whole body vibration therapy (1 session per day, 3 sessions per week) for 8 weeks. The vibration frequency used in this study will be 30Hz. The total duration of exposure to vibration for the experimental group will be 10 minut...

The Effect of Plantar Vibration Stimuli on the Balance of Older Women

The objective of the present study was to identify the effect of direct vibration at a frequency of 100 Hz, applied to the plantar region, on the balance of women aged 60 years or older. The hypothesis is that the place improves body balance.

The Effects of WBV on Muscle Stiffness and Reflex Activity in Stroke.

Whole body vibration is an exercise modality that could modulate tissue blood perfusion and neural reflexes, and thus may have the potential to alter muscle stiffness through modulation of contractile properties or/and neurological adaptation. However, the potential effects of WBV on leg muscle stiffness in stroke rehabilitation remains unknown. The overall aim is to investigate the effects of whole body vibration (WBV) on leg muscle stiffness and Hoffman reflex (H-reflex) and ...

Whole Body Vibration and Pelvic Floor Exercises on Urinary Incontinence

Background: Urinary incontinence is common in men following prostate cancer surgery. Conservative treatment incorporates pelvic floor muscle exercises, biofeedback, electrical stimulation, lifestyle changes, or a blend of strategies. Little is thought about the physiologic impacts of entire body vibration practice on people body. The aim of the current study is to determine the effect of the whole body vibration and pelvic floor exercises on urinary incontinence following prost...

Norwegian Capture the Fracture Initiative

The main aim is to assess the effectiveness of introducing a standardized intervention program for treatment of fracture patients as measured by changes in the fracture rates and the mortality.

Effects of Vibration on Presynaptic Inhibition

The aim of this study is to demonstrate whether whole body vibration-induced muscle activity is a reflex response in patients having spasticity due to the spinal cord injury. Hypotheses of this study: Unlike healthy cases, in patients with spastic spinal cord lesions 1. Local vibration-induced tonic vibration reflex response disappear 2. The the whole body vibration- induced reflex muscular response disappear

Vibration for Muscle Spasms After Spinal Cord Injury

This study uses closed-loop control of tendon vibration to implement clinically meaningful management of muscle spasms after spincal cord injury (SCI), and to understand how spinal circuits responsible for spasm generation change in response to vibration.

Meals and Grazing Study

The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of low vs. high eating frequency (EF) on biomarkers of health and subjective appetite.

Evaluate the Effectiveness and Safety of Variable Frequency Stimulation Compared With Constent Frequency Stimulation for Patients With Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease

In the VFS paradigm the stimulation frequency was set to alternate between high and low frequencies, where the frequency of stimulation or frequency combinations can be changed instantaneously according to damage of the moment rhythms. Variable frequency stimulation is a novel dynamic therapy which breaks through the existing single high-frequency stimulation paradigms. It is the world's first VFS therapy for the brain.

The Effects of Vibration Therapy as a Recovery Tool After Intense Exercise

High intensity exercise can lead to muscle damage, resulting in muscle soreness, swelling and reduction in muscle strength. If the recovery is not sufficient or efficient it can increase the risk for injury and decrease the ability of the athlete to perform repetitive exercise and maintain overall performance. There are a variety of recovery aids which are being used by athletes, such as: the use of compression garments, massage, cold water immersion, sauna etc. Additional rec...

Evaluation of the Performance of Y-STRUT® Medical Device to Strengthen Pre-fractural Tumour-induced Lesions at the Level of the Proximal Femur

HIPPON 100 is a national, multicentre, prospective, retrospective, descriptive and non-interventional study, in patients having a Y-STRUT® medical device implanted to prevent a high risk of impending pathological fracture. The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the performance of the studied medical device by measuring the frequency of patient with a fracture at the implantation site within 1 year after implantation. A total of 100 patients from France will...

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