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Injections with plasma rich plasma not effective for ankle osteoartritis
Most osteochondral defects (OCD) have a traumatic origin. The pathogenesis between a trauma to the development of an OCD remains unknown.
There is growing evidence that improving physical activity during hospitalization prevents hospitalization-associated disabilities. This project aims to improve patients' physical activity during a hospital stay.
This projects aims to better understand the effects of fatigue on gait in order to improve clinical diagnostics for daily-life gait problems in CP
Individually optimizing the ankle-foot-orthosis bending stiffness doubles the effect on walking energy cost reduction, compared to clinically prescribed AFOs in persons with calf muscle weakness.
In this translational project we aim to investigate the molecular mechanisms of physical inactivity and systemic inflammation on skeletal muscle metabolism.
The tech-world creates wearables that helps users live healthier lives. This project aims at developing next-generation wearable skin-patches for ultrasensitive real-time health and wellness monitoring,
An analysis of foot loading based on biomechanical, ambulatory activity and footwear adherence profiles of people with diabetic foot disease.
Intensive physical training is promising for promoting neuroplasticity in patients with Parkinson’s disease. High-intensity exercise appears to improve walking, balance and cognition.
This project compares usual care with daily electrical stimulation to prevent recurrent PUs (Pressure Ulcers) in people with spinal cord injuries.
Assessing the (cost-)effectiveness of the improved version of the TTCM as compared to usual care in a multicenter trial with controlled before-and-after design.
Comparing the neuroimmune responses of patient groups post-treatment to study how joint mobilization and manipulation induce immediate pain relief in patients with non-specific neck pain.