17
Jul

0

Effects of 3D Moving Platform Exercise on Physiological Parameters and Pain in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain

Background and objectives: Patient-handling activities predispose women to chronic low back pain (CLBP), but sufficient evidence is not available on whether a 3D moving platform, made for core stability exercise, affects pain, trunk flexibility, and static/dynamic muscle contractions in CLBP patients. Materials and Methods: The participants were twenty-nine women who were randomly divided into a […]

14
Jul

0

Long lasting exercise involvement protects against VO2 max and VO2 kinetics decline in moderately active women

They studied the effects of age on different physiological parameters, including those derived from the i) maximal cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET), ii) moderate-intensity step-transitions and iii) tensiomyography (TMG)-derived variables in moderately active women. Twenty-eight women (age range from 19 to 53 y), completed three laboratory visits, including baseline data collection, TMG assessment, V̇O2 max. test […]

07
Jul

0

Intermittent Pneumatic Compression and Cold Water Immersion Effects on Physiological and Perceptual Recovery During Multi-Sports International Championship

Congested-fixture championships are common during the selection of the athletes and teams participating in the Olympic Games. Throughout these tournaments, it is fundamental to perform optimally, rest well, and recover between competitions. This study aimed to a) explore the effectiveness of the use of intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) and cold water immersion (CWI) to recover […]

23
Jun

0

Mechanical and Contractile Properties of Knee Joint Muscles Measured by the Method of Tensiomyography in Differently Trained Men and Women

The aim of this study was to investigate the differences in mechanical and contractile properties of knee joint flexor and extensor muscles between differently trained men and women, using tensiomyography (TMG). The sample consisted of 159 subjects (84 men and 75 women), who were assigned to one of 5 groups according to the following levels […]

17
Jun

0

Sex-Based Differences in Tensiomyography as Assessed in the Lower Erector Spinae of Healthy Participants

An Observational Study: Sex-based differences in muscle stiffness and contractile characteristics could be observed by TENSIOMYOGRAPHY (TMG) on LES muscles in healthy individuals at rest. The data suggest that these disparities are not exclusively attributable to anthropometric measures but may be linked to intrinsic sex-based differences in skeletal muscle characteristics. They recommend implementing TENSIOMYOGRAPHY (TMG) […]

10
Jun

0

Changes in Muscle Contractile Properties after Cold- or Warm-Water Immersion Using Tensiomyography.

A Cross-Over Randomised Trial. Abstract Muscle contractile properties in clinical practice are often measured using either subjective scales or high-cost, inaccessible equipment. In this randomised cross-over study, we aimed to explore the use of tensiomyography (TMG) to assess changes in muscle contractile properties after cold- and warm-water immersion. The muscle contractile properties of the biceps […]

02
Jun

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Crossover effects of ultrasound-guided percutaneous neuromodulation on contralateral hamstring flexibility

Background Crossover effects refer to the responses of a non-exercised contralateral limb. There is evidence of this effect, as it relates to muscle fatigue, strength, and stretch, but not as it relates to neuromodulation. Objectives To compare the crossover effects of percutaneous neuromodulation (PNM) on hip range of motion (ROM), observed in a straight leg […]

25
May

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A group of researchers from Spain published an important Tensiomyography publication in Nature Scientific Reports

The aim was to determine the effect of changing pulse duration and electrode size on muscle contractile properties. The authors suggested stimulus pulse duration of 1ms together with a 5 × 5cm electrode is necessary to reach a reliable and reproducible assessment. This finding concludes that the Tensiomyography measuring protocol is optimal.   Read more […]

14
Apr

0

Early clinical and neuromuscular properties in patients with normal or sub-normal subjective knee function after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

We are happy to receive new Tensiomyography publication, where TMG was used together with Isokinetic system on 60 patients with ACL reconstructions. Both systems were compliant and each system provided different type of useful information to the researchers. Tensiomyography revealed higher biceps femoris as well as semitendinosus and semimembranosus radial displacement values on the operated […]

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