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The effect of deep and superficial heat application on isokinetic strength

The effect of deep and superficial heat application on isokinetic strength

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muscle strength,
  • Thermotherapy,
  • Leg -- Muscles

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Brian Edward Hilty
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 37 leaves
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14639826M

    This is a preview lesson. Please purchase the course before starting the lesson. The player is having trouble. We’ll have it back up and running as soon as possible. This opens in a new window. There are 4 types of tissue: muscle, nervous, epithelial and connective tissue. These 4 types of tissue make up every structure in our body. - Posterior thigh superficial anatomy - Cross pelvic posture - Concentric hamstring strength testing - Eccentric hamstring strength testing - Hamstring strength testing with ER - Hamstring strength testing with IR - FABER test (or Patrick test, "figure of four" test) - Hamstring wrap - Thigh sleeve - Nordic lower starting position - Nordic.


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The effect of deep and superficial heat application on isokinetic strength Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The effect of deep and superficial heat application on isokinetic strength. [Brian Edward Hilty]. Heating modalities are mostly categorized as superficial and deep heating agents.

Superficial heating modalities primarily increase the temperature of the skin and superficial subcutaneous tissues. In contrast, deep heating modalities change the temperature of deeper tissues to a depth of approximately 5 cm 11). Therapeutic ultrasound (US) is a deep-heating agent Cited by: 5.

Therefore, the objectives of this study were of twofold: (1) to quantify the long-term effects of burns on leg muscle strength and (2) to assess whether adults with thermal burn would benefit from the isokinetic training programme to increase muscle by: Wright and Sluka () have claimed that the information about the effect of superficial heat application on depressing the pain or improving the physical function are contradictory, and that there are different studies stating that heat application increased, decreased or did not change arthritis pain and other : Çalışkan Nurcan, Mevlüde Karadağ.

Conclusions: Heating of the active muscle mass during and after resistance training shows no clear positive (or negative) effect on training-induced hypertrophy or the improvements in concentric isokinetic strength, rate of torque development, or 3-repetition maximum strength compared to those from resistance training without : Antony Stadnyk.

Subjects attended 3 sessions and received a different intervention (deep, superficial, no heating) each time, with the sessions at least 36 hours apart to minimize any carryover effects. The 6 possible orders of the 3 interventions were predetermined (4 sets × 6 orders) and 1 placed in each of 24 sealed by: Effect of 12 week isokinetic training on muscle strength in adult with healed thermal burn.

70 Ebid Effects of whole-body vibration exercise on bone mineral content and density in. Impact Factor Isokinetics and Exercise Science (IES) is an international journal devoted to the study of theoretical and applied aspects of human muscle performance.

Since isokinetic dynamometry constitutes the major tool in this area, the journal takes a particular interest in exploring the considerable potential of this technology.

Until the late s 75% of all isokinetic use and research was based on a single joint system - the knee. With more recent progress in rehabilitation and knee surgery this trend no longer exists.

The basic design of isokinetic dynamometers (except for special purpose units) has not changed since the original instrumentation became available in. (T/F) It is appropriate to assess muscle strength following application of superficial heat Treat cause of pain to return to prior level of function.

Promote participation by decreasing pain. In all patients not presenting a contraindication to deep or superficial heat application, the treatment protocol included interferential current and hot pack application for 20 min each, ultrasound therapy during 3 min, regular ROM exercises, stretching exercises, strengthening with Theraband in all directions, and the application of post-exercise PNF Cited by: 5.

Superficial heat. In contrast to deep heating modalities, superficial heating modalities usually do not heat deep tissues, including muscles, because the subcutaneous layer of fat beneath the skin surface acts as a thermal insulator and inhibits heat transfer.

Additionally, increased cutaneous blood flow from superficial heating causes a cooling reaction as it removes the heat that is applied. Superficial Moist Heat's Lack of Influence on Soleus Function Article (PDF Available) in Journal of sport rehabilitation 18(3) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This study examined the effect of exercise- and heat-induced dehydration on strength, jump capacity and neuromuscular function. Twelve recreationally active males completed six resistance exercise bouts (baseline and after each 5 exposure sessions) in an increasing state of hypohydration obtained by repeated heat exposure and exercise sessions Cited by:   After this time, the heat application must be discontinued & a recovery time of 1 hour allowed otherwise secondary effect (vasoconstriction) will take place.

With the cold application, the primary effects may last only for 30 min to 1 hour. After this time, a recovery time of one hour must be allowed or secondary effects (vasodilatation)   Physiologic and Therapeutic Effects of Heat 2 Sreeraj S R application and in the cutaneous vessels of the distal extremities.

This distant vasodilative effect of thermotherapy may be used to increase cutaneous blood flow to an area where it is difficult or unsafe to apply a heating agent directly.

Although the effect of tempera- ture change on muscular perform- ance has been investigated in the lit- erature, research has dealt primarily with the issues of strength, endur- ance, and fatigue.

No information exists concerning the specific effects of heat and cold on the time to spe- cific intervals along the force-time curve. Background: Osteoarthritis (OA) brings discomfort and disability for around 10% of the total human population due to chronic joint pain. Heat therapy is a common pain management device and easy way to alleviate joints stiffness.

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of local heat application on joint pain, stiffness, and physical function of patients with moderate knee : Hanan Gaber Mohamed, Mervat Abdel Fattah Mohamed.

Effects of Heat - authorSTREAM Presentation. Uses of Superficial Heat: Uses of Superficial Heat Infrared Radiation for Psoriasis UV most commonly used, but also IR Increased temperature of upper epidermis, dermis decreases psoriatic plaques Infrared for Dermal Ulcers Improves healing by increasing circulation, decreasing bacterial growth.

The effects of rope training on shoulder strength are not yet well known. It is also unknown whether a weighted jump rope has any additional effects in compari-son with unweighted ones and controls with no jump-rope training. Isokinetic muscle-strength measurement has been studied well and reported in.

The aim of this clinical trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of therapeutic MD on pain, functional capacity, muscle strength, quality of life, and depression in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS). A total of 40 inpatient subjects with definite SIS were included in this study.

These patients were sequentially randomized into 2 by: was to investigate the effects of isokinetic training on muscle strength and postural balance in children with DS. Thirty-one children with DS ranging in age from 9 to 12 years were assigned randomly into two groups.

The control group received the conventional physical therapy, whereas the study group received the same therapy as the control group in addition to the isokinetic. Effect of superficial heat, deep heat, and active exercise warm-up on the extensibility of the plantar flexors.

Cochrane Database Syst Rev. ;(2):CD Thermotherapy for treating rheumatoid arthritis. Cranio. Jan;20(1) Comparison of moist and dry heat penetration through orofacial tissues. The content also offers detailed coverage of isokinetic dynamometry (measuring muscle strength and function) in relation to the muscle systems of the major joints.

Practically written content clearly describes the basic physiological and biomechanical aspects of isokinetics/5(2). Therapeutic modalities are commonly used by physiotherapists to help their patients/clients achieve therapy goals.[1] Electrophysical agents are used to create physiological effects, and these electrotherapy modalities has been making part of the physiotherapy-used modalities for decades.[2] The choice of which modality to use may depend on a specific condition, patient's.

isotonic resistance, unlike Isokinetic resistance which will accommodate to this variable. Much like the ROM carry-over effect seen with Isometric exercise, there is a 30º ROM carry over with Isokinetic exercise. The carry over is 15º on each side of the end ROM exercised.

This will allow for strengthening of the muscle within the non File Size: KB. There are various types of stretching exercises used according to individual preference of athletes or trainers. Ballistic, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), static and dynamic stretching are the most used stretching techniques (Hedrick, ).Since its easy and safe application, static stretching is the first ranked and broadly preferred stretching method among athletes Cited by: 6.

Furthermore, no clinical trials have yet directly compared the effects of these treatment modalities in knee OA. Hence, the purpose of the present study is to compare the effects of deep and superficial hyperthermia, induced via microwave diathermy and hot packs, respectively, on pain and function in patients with symptomatic knee OA.

The Effect of Isokinetic Strengthening Training The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. In isokinetic exercise, movement is controlled so that it occurs through a range at a constant angular velocity as the muscle shortens or lengthens.

However, the load or force exerted may be variable. Isokinetic exercise is performed using special equipment (eg, Cybex, Nautilus) that only permits movement at a preset angular velocity. The muscle hematoma can be the consequence of an impact against an external blunt or against a bone (direct trauma) or of a excessive or uncoordinated contraction (indirect trauma) (Fig 1).In a direct trauma, when the muscle is contracted, the contusion will impact more superficial tissues while, in a relaxed muscle, the structural damage and the consequent hematoma, generally Cited by: 4.

Muscle contraction is the activation of tension-generating sites within muscle fibers. In physiology, muscle contraction does not necessarily mean muscle shortening because muscle tension can be produced without changes in muscle length, such as when holding a heavy book or a dumbbell at the same position.

The termination of muscle contraction is followed by muscle relaxation. Purpose This systematic review was conducted to identify the impact of upper body warm-up on performance and injury prevention outcomes.

Methods Web of Science, MEDLINE, SPORTDiscus, PsycINFO and Cochrane databases were searched using terms related to upper extremity warm-up.

Inclusion criteria were English language randomised controlled trials from Cited by:   Surface EMG is Invalid – surface EMG (sEMG), at best, only reads the superficial muscle fibers or only tells you if the muscle is “on”.

This argument implies that there is a drastic difference in activation between the deep and superficial fibers and that changes in amplitude are not indicative of alterations in activation. The aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of goal setting on isokinetic parameters (peak torque and isokinetic work).

An experimental group n=20 and a control group N=20 of healthy physical education students were studied. Both groups participated in a four week quadriceps strengthening program on an isokinetic dynamometer with the experimental group.

The larger the area of contact between thermal agents and the pt., the greater the total heat transfer. Example-hot pack applied to entire back vs small area. The rate of temperature rise decreases in proportion to tissue thickness Example-the deeper the tissue, the less its temperature will change-thicker the tissue the loner it takes.

Effect of 4 months of training on aerobic power, strength, and acceleration in two under soccer teams. J Strength Cond Res 24(10):The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of the training executed by 2 under teams from the first Spanish division on aerobic power, strength, and acceleration capacity.

The Effects of Multiple-Joint Isokinetic Resistance Training on Maximal Isokinetic and Dynamic Muscle Strength and Local Muscular Endurance Nicholas A. Ratamess 1, Noah A. Beller 1, Adam M. Gonzalez 2, Gregory E. Spatz 1, Jay R. Hoffman 2, Ryan E.

Ross 1, Avery D. Faigenbaum 1, Jie Kang 1Cited by: 6. effects of heavy resistance and explosive training on isometric and isokinetic strength in older adults EFFECTS OF BALANCE-SPECIFIC TRAINING ON POSTURAL STABILITY IN OLDER ADULTS AGED 79–90 YEARS ACETYLCHOLINE-INDUCED DILATION OF SOLEUS SECOND ORDER ARTERIOLES IN HINDLIMB UNWEIGHTED RATS.

Superficial and deep temperature changes depend on the application procedure, initial temperature, application time, application area, and location. The most common cold media are ice (packaged crushed ice), cold water (water immersion), cooling pads (gel packs), cold air, evaporating spray, or vaporized liquid nitrogen [ 34 – 36 ].Cited by: 7.

Foam rolling (FR) has been shown to alleviate some symptoms of exercise-induced muscle damage and has been suggested to increase range of motion (ROM) without negatively impacting strength. However, it is unclear what neuromuscular effects, if any, mediate these changes.

In a randomized, crossover design, 16 healthy active males completed 2 min Cited by: 8.Chapter 1: The Rationale of Physiotherapy in Chiropractic Each of the common physical agents has reasonably specific primary and secondary effects. Heat from any source, for example, has a primary thermal effect with secondary effects in hyperemia, sedation, and attenuation of microorganisms.

Thermal (superficial and deep) Hyperemia.Effect of gravity correction on isokinetic average force of the quadriceps and hamstring muscle group in women runners. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 1, ***Note: Figures may be missing for this format of the document have a much greater effect on hamstring strength than it does on quadriceps muscle group strength.