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Does bracing affect bone health in women with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis?
(BioMed Central, 2015)
Purpose: Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is often associated with low bone mineral content and density (BMC, BMD). Bracing, used to manage spine curvature, may interfere with the growth-related BMC accrual, resulting ...
The electromyographic threshold in boys and men
Abstract Background Children have been shown to have higher lactate (LaTh) and ventilatory (VeTh) thresholds than adults, which might be explained by lower levels of type-II motor-unit (MU) recruitment. However, the ...
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Position Paper: Resistance Training in Children and Adolescents
Many position stands and review papers have refuted the myths associated with resistance training (RT) in children and adolescents. With proper training methods, RT for children and adolescents can be relatively safe and ...
The Clinical Translation Gap in Child Health Exercise Research: A Call for Disruptive Innovation
In children, levels of play, physical activity, and fitness are key indicators of health and disease and closely tied to optimal growth and development. Cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) provides clinicians with ...
Do Neuro-Muscular Adaptations Occur in Endurance-Trained Boys and Men?
Most research on the effects of endurance training has focused on endurance training's health-related benefits and metabolic effects in both children and adults. The purpose of this study was to examine the neuromuscular ...