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The role of spinal inhibitory neuroreceptors in the antihyperalgesic effect of warm water immersion therapy
Fernanda Madeira, Rômulo Nolasco de Brito, Aline A. Emer, Ana Paula Batisti, Bruna Lenfers Turnes, Afonso Shiguemi Inoue Salgado, Francisco José Cidral-Filho, Leidiane Mazzardo-Martins, Daniel Fernandes Martins
10.1016/j.bjpt.2020.02.001

  • Warm water immersion therapy (WWIT) reduces inflammatory pain in mice.

  • Spinal inhibitory neuroreceptors are involved in WWIT-induced pain-relieving effect.

  • Opioid, cannabinoid and adenosine receptors contribute to WWIT pain-relieving effect.

Available online 17 February 2020
The impact of low back pain systematic reviews and clinical practice guidelines measured by the Altmetric score: Cross-Sectional study
Amanda Costa Araujo, Gabrielle Zoldan Gonzalez, Dafne Port Nascimento, Leonardo Oliveira Pena Costa
10.1016/j.bjpt.2020.01.002

  • The way to facilitate access to scientific articles is share the results of their studies over the internet.

  • In order to measure the attention attracted online, a new score named Altmetric was created.

  • There are no studies that have analysed associated factors of Altmetric score for systematic reviews and clinical practice guidelines.

Available online 15 February 2020
Performance difference on the six-minute walk test on tracks of 20 and 30 meters for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: validity and reliability
Suelen Roberta Klein, Aline Almeida Gulart, Raysa Silva Venâncio, Anelise Bauer Munari, Simone Graciosa Gavenda, Ana Carolina Benedet Martins, Anamaria Fleig Mayer
10.1016/j.bjpt.2020.01.001
Available online 30 January 2020
Benefits of vestibular rehabilitation on patient-reported outcomes in older adults with vestibular disorders: a randomized clinical trial
Mayra Cristina Aratani, Natalia Aquaroni Ricci, Heloísa Helena Caovilla, Fernando Freitas Ganança
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.12.003

  • Vestibular disorders have a negative impact on older adults’ physical performance and quality of life.

  • Conventional and multimodal vestibular rehabilitation showed no difference on patient-reported outcomes.

  • Vestibular rehabilitation changes patient-reported outcomes in older people with dizziness.

  • All patient-reported outcomes changes were maintained during a short-term period of three months.

Available online 21 January 2020
Can Kinesio Taping® influence the electromyographic signal intensity of trunk extensor muscles in patients with chronic low back pain? A randomized controlled trial
Leandro Garcia Pires, Rosimeire Simprini Padula, Maurício Antônio Da Luz Junior, Irlei Santos, Matheus Oliveira Almeida, Shaiane Silva Tomazoni, Lucíola Cunha Menezes Costa, Leonardo Oliveira Pena Costa
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.12.001

  • It is hypothesized that Kinesio Taping® can change muscle activity in patients with low back pain.

  • The Kinesio Taping® technique did not change the electromyographic signal intensity of the longissimus and iliocostalis muscles or reduce pain intensity in patients with chronic low back pain.

  • More research on mechanisms of action is needed.

Available online 8 January 2020
Predicting physical activity recovery after hip and knee arthroplasty? A longitudinal cohort study
Julien Lebleu, Hervé Poilvache, Philippe Mahaudens, Roel De Ridder, Christine Detrembleur
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.12.002

  • 146 patients were rehabilitated by a mobile health program after arthroplasty

  • Physical activity (PA) was recorded each day by means of fitness trackers

  • Patient reached their pre-operative physical activity level at 7-week post-surgery

  • This study identified predictors for physical activity recovery

Available online 8 January 2020
Respiratory physical therapy techniques recommended for patients with cystic fibrosis treated in specialized centers
Márcio Vinícius Fagundes Donadio, Natália Evangelista Campos, Fernanda Maria Vendrusculo, Augusta Machado Stofella, Ana Carolina da Silva Almeida, Bruna Ziegler, Camila Isabel Santos Schivinski, Cíntia Helena Santuzzi, Edilene do Socorro Nascimento Falcão Sarges, Fernanda Mayrink Gonçalves, Maria Ângela Gonçalves de Oliveira Ribeiro, Nelbe Nesi Santana, Sarah Bezerra de Paiva, Vanessa Cristina Waetge Pires de Godoy, Evanirso da Silva Aquino
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.11.003

  • Huffing, HFOO, PEP and volume-based techniques were the most prescribed.

  • Important regional differences were found across the country.

  • Age influences the recommendation of techniques.

Available online 8 January 2020
Physical therapy and migraine: musculoskeletal and balance dysfunctions and their relevance for clinical practice
Gabriela Ferreira Carvalho, Annika Schwarz, Tibor Maximilian Szikszay, Waclaw Marceli Adamczyk, Débora Bevilaqua-Grossi, Kerstin Luedtke
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.11.001

  • Migraine is associated with high levels of disability and comorbidities.

  • Disability levels can be influenced by the presence of aura and migraine chronicity.

  • Manual and exercise therapy aim to reduce musculoskeletal pain and sensitization.

  • Balance and vestibular rehabilitation is suggested to enhance function and reduce dizziness.

  • Patients may benefit from physical examination and tailored treatment paths including education.

Available online 7 December 2019
Using research to guide practice: The Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro)
Anne M. Moseley, Mark R. Elkins, Philip J. Van der Wees, Marina B. Pinheiro
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.11.002

  • PEDro is a free global resource to support evidence-based physical therapy

  • PEDro indexes trials, reviews, and guidelines of physical therapy interventions

  • PEDro web-site, newsletter, videos, and social media are available in Portuguese

  • Trials are pre-appraised with the PEDro scale (Portuguese version available)

  • Keep up to date in 15 areas of practice with PEDro’s ‘Evidence in your inbox’

Available online 7 December 2019
Tackling the language barrier to implementing research into practice: A survey of usage of the Physiotherapy Evidence Database
Alla Melman, Mark R. Elkins, Steven J. Kamper, Anne M. Moseley
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.10.003

  • Language is a barrier to implementing research evidence into practice.

  • Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro) content is available in 13 languages.

  • English, Portuguese, Spanish, German, and French PEDro content is used the most.

  • Region-specific promotion of the underused PEDro content may facilitate global usage.

  • Awareness and collaboration between stakeholders could reduce the language barrier.

Available online 19 November 2019
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