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The Impact Of Sports Activities On Quality Of Life Of Persons With A Spinal Cord Injury

1 Introduction Spinal cord injury (SCI) is one of the most severe forms of disability, both from the physical aspect as well as from the psychological, social and professional aspects ( 1 ). From 10.4 to 83.0 new SCI cases per million inhabitants are recorded each year worldwide ( 2 ). Based on the available data, the incidence in Western Europe amounts to 6 new cases per million per year for non-traumatic SCI ( 3 ) and 16 new cases per million for traumatic SCI ( 4 ). During rehabilitation, in addition to a number of therapeutic procedures, it is

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Influence of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Approach on Maximum Kayak Paddling Force

proposed to prevent and treat painful syndromes resulting from the repetitive strain during flatwater kayaking. Common painful syndromes are usually treated by stretching and rotator cuff strengthening exercises ( Anderson and Anderson, 2010 ; Mei-Dan and Carmont, 2013 ). However, the ultimate goal of a treatment approach should not only consist in getting the kayaker out of current pain, but rather to prevent repetitive strain, increase strength, and promote sport performance ( Brolinson et al., 2012 ). In this study we used the Kolar’s approach to DNS based on

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The effects of selected lifestyle components on the risk of developing dynapenia in women – a pilot study

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Evidence-Based Evaluation and Current Practice of Non-Operative Treatment Strategies for Lumbar Stenosis

capacity of the musculoskeletal system in the context of work, daily living, and sport: a systematic review. J Occup Rehabil 2005;15(2): 253-72. Fairbank JC, Pynsent PB. The Oswestry Disability Index. Spine 2000;25(22):2940-52. Bombardier C. Outcome assessments in the evaluation of treatment of spinal disorders: summary and general recommendations. Spine 2000;25(24): 3100-3. Davidson M, Keating JL. A comparison of five low back disability questionnaires: reliability and responsiveness. Phys

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Impact of the comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation on reducing intensification of depressive symptoms in people over 60 years of age

: effects on cognition and disability. Int Psychogeriatr. 2017;29(7):1105-12. 8. Olsson LA, Hurtig-Wennlöf A, Nilsson TK. Subjective well-being in Swedish active seniors and its relationship with physical activity and commonly available biomarkers. Clin Interv Aging. 2014;9:1233-9. 9. Andrade-Gómez E, Martínez-Gómez D, Rodríguez-Artalejo F, García- Esquinas E. Sedentary behaviors, physical activity, and changes in depression and psychological distress symptoms in older adults. Depress Anxiety; 2018. 35(9):884-897. 10. Hwang J, Wang L, Siever J, et al

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The Embodied Nature of Autistic Learning: Implications for Physical Education

implicit learning of spatial context and complex sequences in childhood autism spectrum disorder. Neuropsychology, 22(5), 563-570. Baron-Cohen, S., Leslie, A.M. & Frith, U. (1985). Does the autistic child have a theory of mind? Cognition, 21, 37-46. Bodfish, J.W. (2007). Stereotypy, Self-Injury, and Related Abnormal Repetitive Behaviors. In Jacobson, J.W., Mulick, J.A. & Rojahn, J. (Eds.), Handbook of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (pp. 481-506). Berlin: Springer Science + Business Media. Brown, J., Aczel, B

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The Analysis and Synthesis of Strategic Management Research in the Third Sector from Early 2000 Through to Mid-2009

-315. Barman E. A. - Asserting Difference: The Strategic Response of Nonprofit Organizations to Competition [in] Social Forces 80 (4), 2002, pp. 1191-1223. Bart C. K., Tabone J. C. - Mission statements in Canadian not-for-profit hospitals: Does process matter? [in] Health care management review 25 (2), 2000, pp. 45-63. Berrett T., Slack T. - A Framework for the Analysis of Strategic Approaches Employed by Non-profit Sport Organizations in Seeking Corporate Sponsorship [in] Sport Management Review 4 (1), 2001, pp. 21

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Psychosocial Factors in the Development of Low Back Pain Among Professional Drivers

., Masharawi, Y., Katz-Leurer, M., Ushvaev, D. & Kalichman, L. (2010). Low back pain among professional bus drivers: ergonomic and occupational-psychosocial risk factors. The Israel Medical Association Journal , 12 (1), 26-31. Aronoff, G.M., Feldman, J.B. & Campion, T.S. (2000). Management of chronic pain and control of long-term disability. Occupational Medicine , 15 (4), 755-770. Askenazy, P., Cartron, D. & Prunier-Poulmaire, S. (Eds.). (2014). L’absentéisme, un symptôme des liens entre travail et santé (Research report). France: Paris School of Economics

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Differences in Trunk Strength Between Weightlifters and Wrestlers

lumbar, thoracic and hip extensors is crucial. Literature provides evidence that strength training of the trunk extensors in sport is important in the prevention of low back pain (LBP) ( Durall et al., 2009 ). Exercise will lead to a decrease in pain and disability, and to a reduction of LBP occurrence among athletes ( Gabriel et al., 1998 ; Renkawitz et al., 2006 , 2008 ). Trunk extensors strength training is also beneficial for sport performance ( Durall et al., 2009 ) and various types of physical activity and sports ( Guzik et al., 1996 ) due to its relationship

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Experience of exercise in people with severe haemophilia: A qualitative study

replacement coagulation factor supply. Haemophilia 2007; 13: 44-6. 4. Hilberg T, Czepa D, Freialdenhoven D, Boettger MK. Joint pain in people with hemophilia depends on joint status. Pain 2011; 152: 2029-35. 5. WHO. Physical activity fact sheet. 2016. Available from www.who.int/mediacentre/factssheets/fs385/en/ (accessed 14 Decembe 2016). 6. Sherlock E, O’Donnell J, White B, Blake C. Physical activity levels and participation in sport in Irish people with haemophilia. Haemophilia 2010; 16: e202-e9. 7. Al

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