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Foot pronation affects pelvic motion during the loading response phase of gait
Joana Ferreira Hornestam, Paula Maria Machado Arantes, Thales Rezende Souza, Renan Alves Resende, Cecilia Ferreira Aquino, Sergio Teixeira Fonseca, Paula Lanna Pereira da Silva
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.005
Highlights

  • Bilateral increased foot pronation affects pelvic kinematics during walking.

  • Increased pronation modifies pelvic motion during the loading response phase of gait.

  • Bilateral increased foot pronation increased mean pelvic contralateral drop.

  • Bilateral increased pronation reduced pelvic range of motion in the frontal plane.

  • Increased pronation reduced mean pelvic rotation towards the contralateral side.

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Available online 19 May 2021
“A journey to learn about pain”: the development and validation of a comic book about pain neuroscience education for children
Felipe Reis, Tonya Mizell Palermo, Louise Acalantis, Leandro Calazans Nogueira, Ney Meziat-Filho, Adriaan Louw, Kelly Ickmans
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.009
Highlights

  • Pain is a common problem in the field of pediatrics.

  • To date, pain education resources for young children are lacking.

  • A comic book about pain education can be a useful method to present pain concepts to children.

  • Pain education can contribute to changing children's maladaptive beliefs and behaviors.

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Available online 15 May 2021
Biopsychosocial approaches to telerehabilitation for chronic primary musculoskeletal pain: A real possibility for physical therapists, that is here to stay
Jessica Fernandez, Luciana Crepaldi Lunkes, Ney Meziat-Filho
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.011
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Available online 15 May 2021
Can we explain running-related injury preventive behavior? A path analysis
Luiz Hespanhol, Caio Sain Vallio, Willem van Mechelen, Evert Verhagen
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.007
Highlights

  • The Theory of Planned Behavior explained 49% of running-related injury preventive behavior.

  • The Theory of Planned Behavior explained 50% of intention toward preventive behavior.

  • A 1-point increase in Theory of Planned Behavior determinants increased the likelihood of preventive behavior by 54%.

  • Intention increased by 0.66 point when the other determinants increased by 1 point.

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Available online 15 May 2021
Comparison of specific and non-specific treatment approaches for individuals with posterior capsule tightness and shoulder impingement symptoms: A randomized controlled trial
Dayana P. Rosa, John D. Borstad, Julia K. Ferreira, Vander Gava, Rodrigo V. Santos, Paula R. Camargo
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.003
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Available online 15 May 2021
Does verbal encouragement change dynamic balance? The effect of verbal encouragement on Star Excursion Balance Test performance in chronic ankle Instability
Abbis H. Jaffri, Susan Saliba
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.002
Highlights

  • Reach distance deficits in anterior and posteromedial directions were observed in patients with CAI under standard conditions on the SEBT.

  • These reach distance deficits between CAI and healthy group disappeared when verbal encouragement was given.

  • Psychological constraints due to injury may affect balance performance on the SEBT.

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Available online 15 May 2021
Oxygen uptake efficiency slope: A submaximal test evaluation tool that provides cardiopulmonary reserve data in individuals with Parkinson's disease
Carlos Rego Barros, Kátia Monte-Silva, Camilla Boudoux Sales, Renata Pereira Souza, Thaís Santos, Maíra Pessoa, Rodrigo Viana, Luciana Alcoforado, Anna Myrna Jaguaribe Lima, Juliana Fernandes, Daniella Cunha Brandão, Armèle Dornelas de Andrade
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.04.008
Highlights

  • Oxygen uptake efficiency slope (OUES) was related to VO2peak in patients with parkinson.

  • Individuals with parkinson's disease had lower cardiorespiratory fitness.

  • OUES could be used as a submaximal test evaluation tool in parkinson's disease.

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Available online 15 May 2021
Effects of different electrical stimulation currents and phase durations on submaximal and maximum torque, efficiency, and discomfort: a randomized crossover trial
Natália Lucília Pinto Damo, Karenina Arrais Modesto, Ivo Vieira de Sousa Neto, Martim Bottaro, Nicolas Babault, João Luiz Quaglioti Durigan
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.03.001
Highlights

  • KFAC and PC NMES induced similar relative submaximal and maximum evoked-torque and perceived discomfort for a given phase duration.

  • Regardless of NMES-type, the wider phase duration resulted in higher current NMES-efficiency in generating evoked-torque.

  • For different types of current, intensity was not related to the maximum perceived discomfort to produce submaximal contractions.

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Available online 9 April 2021
Translation, cross-cultural adaptation, and psychometric properties of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the DiAbeTes Education Questionnaire (DATE-Q)
Carolina Machado de Melo Felix, Gabriela Lima de Melo Ghisi, Mariana Balbi Seixas, Ana Paula Delgado Bomtempo Batalha, Danielle Guedes Andrade Ezequiel, Patrícia Fernandes Trevizan, Danielle Aparecida Gomes Pereira, Lilian Pinto da Silva
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.03.003
Highlights

  • Patient education is an essential component of diabetes care.

  • DATE-Q is a tool to assess disease-related knowledge of patients with diabetes.

  • DATE-Q is reliable and valid to use in Brazil.

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Available online 5 April 2021
Accuracy and cut-off points of different models of knee extension strength analysis to identify walking performance in individuals with chronic stroke
Rodrigo Rodrigues Gomes Costa, Frederico Ribeiro Neto, Carlos Wellington Gonçalves, Rodrigo Luiz Carregaro
10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.03.002
Highlights

  • Different models of strength analysis identified walking performance in people with stroke.

  • Knowledge of the sum of and difference in the strength of both lower extremities might be useful for rehabilitation.

  • Understanding different models of strength analysis may help design future studies.

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Available online 4 April 2021
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Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy

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