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Herniated discs are more likely to occur in people over 30 years, whose jobs involve repetitive pushing, pulling, lifting, twisting or bending
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Treadmill training and whole body vibration may help in improving muscle strength, mobility and function in kids with cerebral palsy.
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In volleyball players, WBV contributed to significant improvements in muscle strength and balance, while plyometric exercises were more efficient in improving jumping performance.
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One is diagnosed with chronic pelvic pain if they accuse pelvic pain for more than 6 months. The pain can affect any area below the bellybutton and between the hips, and can have multiple causes, or can be a symptom of another disease.
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In multiple sclerosis patients, 8 weeks of controlled vibration training increased the range of motion of the ankle joints, lowered the fear of falling and improved bone density.
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Doing whole body vibration preconditioning exercises can result in better sprint performance in well-trained cyclists, according to scientists from Norway.
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Two new studies found whole body vibration useful in decreasing body fat percentage and improving bone mineral density in postmenopausal women.
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The restless leg syndrome (RLS) is defined as an irresistible urge to move your legs, and occurs mostly in the evening and at night, when the sufferer is relaxed and resting.
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Drop foot or foot drop is a condition characterized by the inability to lift the front part of the foot. It usually affects only one foot but it’s not uncommon for both feet to be affected.
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The first symptoms of multiple sclerosis appear, usually, between the age of 20 and 40 years. In some cases they go away for a while, then they come back, and they're not always specific.
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