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Subjects participate in a motor learning training with a special bicycle. The experimental group proceed with 15 minutes of physical training with the bicycle and 15 minutes of rest where they use motor imaginery. The control group proceed equal except for the motor imaginery intervention.
This study evaluates the influence of motor imagery or action observation training on joint position error in patients with chronic neck pain. This variable is a measure of proprioception and cervical motor control. A group of patients will receive an action observation training of neck movements, another will receive a protocol of motor imagery of the same movements and the last group will be a placebo group, through the viewing of a documentary video.
Motor imagery is defined as a dynamic mental process of an action, without its real motor execution. Action observation evokes an internal, real-time motor simulation of the movements that the observer is perceiving visually. Both MI and AO have been shown to produce a neurophysiological activation of the brain areas related to the planning and execution of voluntary movement in a similar manner how the real action.
This study evaluates the influence of motor imagery or action observation training on pain perception in patients with chronic neck pain. Perception of pain will be measured by the pain pressure threshold. A group of patients will receive an action observation training of neck movements, another will receive a protocol of motor imagery of the same movements and the last group will be a placebo group, through the viewing of a documentary video.
This study evaluates the influence of motor imagery and the observation of actions on pain perception. Participants in this study are asymptomatic subjects who will perform an IM and AO protocol of an aerobic exercise.
Objective: to evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention with observed actions and motor imagery, through self-treatment at home, in the improvement of perceived disability, pain intensity and quality of life in patients with chronic painful shoulder (CPS). Design: multicenter randomized controlled trial of parallel groups, single blind controlled, carried out in the Community of Madrid. Population: patients between 18-65 years of age with CPS who come to physical therapy co...
The main objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of different dosages of action observation (AO) and motor imagery (MI) combined with an orofacial exercise program on pain pressure thresholds, lingual endurance and perceived exertion in asymptomatic subjects.
The main objective of this study was to compare the activation of the Sympathetic Nervous System in a program that combined Motor Imagery with Action Observation, in contrast to an isolated Motor Imagery program both, in asymptomatic subjects, and in patients with chronic low back pain.
This study evaluates the influence of motor imagery and action observation on motor learning
The observation of actions and motor imagery has demonstrated the activation of certain mechanisms similar to those that occur during active movement, which could induce immediate changes in the amplitudes of movement and sensorimotor variables in observed and imagined movements. The main aim of the study was test the immediate effect of a protocol of observed actions and motor imagery on cervical range of motion and pain intensity in patients with non-specific chronic neck pai...
Motor imagery is defined as a dynamic mental process of an action, without its real motor execution. Action observation training consists of watching an action performed by someone else. The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of motor imagery and action observation combined with a hand grip strength program on strength gains in asymptomatic participants. The secondary objective was to assess the influence of motor imagery and action observation training...
This study evaluates the influence of motor imagery and action observation in combination with physical practice on motor learning
This study is to investigate the effects of exergame on shoulder pain and motor function of upper extremity in individuals with stroke.
Effect of Brain Training Through Visual Mirror Feedback, Action Observation Training and Motor Imagery on Orofacial Sensorimotor Variables in Asymptomatic Subjects: A Single-blind Randomized Controlled Trial.
The main objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of action observation (AO), visual mirror feedback (VMF), motor imagery (MI) combined with an orofacial exercise program in asymptomatic subjects.
The main objective of this research is to evaluate and quantify successes and errors, as well as execution time, in a sequence of manual motor gestures of increasing complexity through mental practice training (observation of actions and motor imagery).
The aim of this study are 1) to determinate the effectiveness of motor imagery or strength training in differens aspects of pain modulation. 2) evaluate the functional improvement of the hand by a motor imagery protocol.
This is an observational study to address the following questions. 1. How many people develop stroke-shoulder pain within 3 days of stroke? 2. How many people have stroke shoulder pain at 8-10 weeks after stroke? 3. Does having stroke-shoulder pain within 3 days of stroke predict the likelihood of having stroke-shoulder pain at 8-10 weeks? 4. What are the best bedside examination tests to identify stroke-shoulder pain?
Several factors associated with the hemiplegic shoulder pain after stroke includes rotator cuff injury, bicipital tendonitis, impingement, spasticity, limited external rotation of shoulder joint, adhesive capsulitis, shoulder subluxation, shoulder hand syndrome, and brachial/axillary neuropathy. In this study, the investigators aim to usie high frequency ultrasound to evaluate the relationship between stroke patients with poor shoulder motor function and shoulder tendon injury....
The study is a single-blind controlled randomized clinical trial.
Motor training results in use dependent plasticity (UDP), thought to underlie recovery of motor function after brain injury. The purpose of this protocol is to determine (a) if movement observation results in encoding of a motor memory in the primary motor cortex and (b) if observation of motor training can enhance the effects of physical training in healthy volunteers. If so, this may become an important tool in rehabilitative treatment for patients who are unable or partial...
The aim of the study is to assess the role of Action Observation Treatment (AOT) and Motor Imagery (MI) in the rehabilitation of Parkinson's disease patients, as compared to a control condition. Main outcome measures will be the results in two functional scales (FIM, UPDRS) and kinematics parameters obtained from gait analysis. Data at two months and six months follow up, respectively, will be also collected.
In this project, investigators aim to investigate the effects of action observation therapy on pain, fear of movement, functional level and brain hemodynamics in patients with knee osteoarthritis. The study is unique in that this method, which has already been used for post-surgical or motor healing, aims at long-term administration for the first time with chronic pain and objective visualization of the results. This study will create a new perspective to understand the physiol...
The objective of this pilot randomized controlled single blinded, parallel-group study is to detect change of the Action Observation (AO) and Repetitive Task Practice (RTP) combined practice schedule on upper limb motor impairment outcomes in chronic, moderately impaired stroke survivors.
This research study will investigate in a 12-week home exercise program to see whether it is effective in improving shoulder pathology and reducing shoulder pain in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. The research study will involve ultrasound shoulder examinations of your shoulders using a non-invasive medical ultrasound machine, as well as clinical shoulder examinations and completion of a number of pain questionnaires.
Shoulder pain is the second most common musculoskeletal disease in adults, and it often becomes chronic due to treatment difficulties. Pulsed radiofrequency (PRF) therapy has become increasingly popular in the treatment of chronic shoulder pain due to its long duration of action and non-destructive method.