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Epi-X is a multicentered randomized controlled clinical trial of chronic lateral epicondylitis with parallel group design and two phases. In the first phase physical exercise treatment is given in the intervention group and expectance in the reference group. In phase 2 eccentric exercise versus concentric is tested.
The aim of the study is to compare the effects of concentric and eccentric exercises on muscle strength, muscle thickness and balance in healthy Individuals. Participants will randomly be divided into 2 groups: Concentric exercise (CE) group, eccentric exercise (EE) group. Concentric exercise group will be doing 2 concentric exercises and eccentric exercise group will be doing 2 eccentric exercise for 8 weeks. The evaluations will be repeated after 8 weeks of training to reveal...
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) based on concentric exercise training has become an integral component in the treatment of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), improving functional capacities while diminishing symptoms and improving quality of life. However, the response to concentric exercise training is heterogeneous from one COPD patient to another. The inability of some COPD patients to achieve the exercise intensities required to stress limb muscles d...
There is more and more evidence of the importance of the role of kinesitherapy in the management of epicondylitis, specifically (but not exclusively) of eccentric exercise. Since eccentric kinesitherapy, when applied in a systematic way by a physiotherapist, consumes time and human resources in a significant way, and in the case of such a prevalent pathology, it is frequent that strategies of training the patient are addressed so that this is who perform the exercises after lea...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the metabolic and anti-inflammatory effects of eccentric endurance exercise and to compare them with those of concentric exercise in healthy sedentary individuals.
The aim of this study is to compare the effects of kinesiology taping with exercise, sham taping with exercise and exercise alone for lateral epicondylitis.
This study aims to compare the effects of concentric and eccentric isokinetic exercises on proprioception and muscle architecture in 69 patients with knee osteoarthritis enrolled the study.
This study compares fuel selection during eccentric and concentric cycling, with (placebo) or without glucose ingestion during exercise. After a 2-week familiarization and habituation with the ergometers, subjects will complete four experimental conditions in a randomized order: concentric with placebo, eccentric with placebo, concentric with glucose, eccentric with glucose.
The main purpose of this project is to establish the additional value of eccentric versus concentric exercise to optimize muscle function in patients with severe COPD. With this pilot project the investigators expect that an eccentric endurance training protocol adapted to severe COPD patients will lead to gains in muscle strength, the primary outcome, and cellular adaptation (muscle morphology and oxidative capacity, mitochondrial respiratory capacity) when compared to a conce...
The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of eccentric exercise combined with vibration or cryotherapy in Achilles tendon pathology. The investigators hypothesis is that the combined eccentric exercise is better than the results presented by the exclusive eccentric exercise. This intervention differs from the classic studies in that we maintain the intensity throughout the treatment.
The objectives of this study are to: 1) validate a rapid, portable, cost-effective method for screening myosteatosis and sarcopenia using diagnostic ultrasound, and 2) investigate a novel approach to progressive resistance exercise involving eccentric muscle actions that will counter the local effects of myosteatosis and sarcopenia in African Americans.
Grip strength can be decreased in lateral epicondylitis. Pinch strength is also affected in people suffering from lateral epicondylitis. In this study, participants will be evaluated using a hydraulic dynamometer, a pinch meter and we will evaluate pain, disability and quality of life.
Nowadays, eccentric exercise can be realized in a dynamic way with an ergocycle wich permits eccentric (ECC) lower limbs contractions at a defined power output. With this type of ergometer, O2 consumption (VO2) in ECC is three fold lower than in concentric (CON) for the same power output. Consequently, ECC program could be used in chronic disorders with limited capacities, such as obesity. The investigators hypothesis that an eccentric training program, as it will induce highe...
The purpose of this study is to determinate de efectiveness of eccentric exercise combined with vibration or cryotherapy in achilles tendinopathy and its effects on the anterior rectus abdominis muscle. The investigators hypothesis is the combined eccentric exercise with vibration get better results than cryotherapy with eccentric exercise in rectus abdominis muscle parameters.
The purpose of this project is to compare different treatment options for lateral epicondylitis. Lateral epicondylitis is a pain condition involving extensor muscles fo the forearm originating from the lateral epicondyle. Controversy exists regarding the method of delivering pain relief so that conditioning and strengthening can be initiated and progress appropriately. Our hypothesis is that the steady even delivery via iontophoresis (compared to injection will provide better ...
Lateral epicondylalgia is a common musculoskeletal condition that approximately affects 1-3% of the general population. Several authors have found greater mechanical pain sensitivity in the radial nerve when compared with healthy subjects. Radial tunnel syndrome exhibits a similar clinical presentation to lateral epicondylalgia. Percutaneous electrical stimulation has shown reduce pain in several conditions. Percutaneous electrical stimulation on the radial nerve could cause an...
The purpose of this study is to investigate and compare the effects of eccentric and concentric strength training on pain, strength, joint position sense and function in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome.
Patellar tendinopathy is characterized by anterior pain in the knee, due to the great demand imposed on the extensor mechanism of the knee. Evidence shows that the most appropriate treatment for this condition is the conservative treatment, through strengthening with eccentric exercises. However, a recent editorial proposes a new treatment protocol based on concentric and eccentric exercises, with the initial prescription of isometric exercises. The hypothesis of this study is ...
The aim of the research is to determine if participants who receive physical therapy (physiotherapy) including soft tissue mobilization, dry needling, eccentric-concentric exercise (with hand weights specific to the biceps muscle) and a comprehensive rotator cuff and scapular stabilization program achieve greater reductions in pain and disability in the short (3-4 weeks) and long term (6 months) compared to those who receive soft tissue mobilization and a comprehensive rotator ...
The purpose of this study was to investigate effects of different strengthening methods on hamstring muscle group's passive mechanical properties and to investigate this effect's relation with performance changes in healthy individuals. 42 healthy sedentary male participated in this study. Passive mechanical properties and strength of hamstring and quadriceps muscles, flexibility of hamstring muscles, anaerobic explosive strength, reaction time, agility were measured. Participa...
Lateral epicondylitis, also called tennis elbow, is the most common disease in elbow-pain symptoms. The symptoms can have a major impact on the patient's activity of daily life, including turning a doorknob, lifting a full coffee cup to mouth, or wringing out a dish rag. This is a randomized study, the investigators will evaluate the immediate, short-term, and long-term effect of Fu's subcutaneous needling on the patients suffering with lateral epicondylitis.
Lateral epicondylitis (LE) is a pain causing musculoskeletal disease which mainly occurs due to the over exertion or over use of extensors of wrist mainly ECRB and pain is felt at the origin of common extensor tendon. This study was focused to assess the effectiveness of cyriax approach and mulligan approach to improve the functional status of sub acute lateral epicondylitis patients through patient related tennis elbow evaluation form.
We aimed to investigate the effect of scapular exercises on pain and functioning in patients with lateral epicondylitis to achieve a more accurate result by using little-used EMG between scapula and elbow muscles in the literature besides ongoing classical measurements and evaluations.
Introduction. The myofascial trigger point (MTrP) is a clinical entity related to different clinical pictures of pain. Dry needling (DN) would be the most appropriate therapeutic option for its treatment, although it has mild-moderate adverse effects, such as post-needling soreness (PNS). The exercise could be a strategy for its management, but no recommendations on the most effective mode have been found. Objectives 1. To determine the effectiveness of the exercise, ...
The aim of the study is to determine whether fish oil (specifically omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids [EPA-DHA]) supplementation can enhance eccentric resistance exercise performance when combined with a resistance exercise training study. The investigators aim to establish the potential mechanisms that might mediate performance changes at a cellular level.