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作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Emil Sundstrup ...
来源:[J].BMC Public Health(IF 2.076), 2017, Vol.17 (1)Springer
摘要:While benefits of workplace physical exercise on physical health is well known, little is known about the psychosocial effects of such initiatives. This study evaluates the effect of workplace versus home-based physical exercise on psychosocial factors among healthcare workers.
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Emil Sundstrup
来源:[J].Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy(IF 2.676), 2017, Vol.25 (9), pp.2864-2872Springer
摘要:The benefits of preoperative training programmes compared with alternative treatment are unclear. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a high-intensity preoperative resistance training programme in patients waiting for total knee arthroplasty (TKA).
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Emil Sundstrup ...
来源:[J].European Journal of Applied Physiology(IF 2.66), 2017, Vol.117 (7), pp.1445-1452Springer
摘要:To investigate the effect of different attentional focus conditions on muscle activity during the push-up exercise and to assess the possible influence of muscle strength and training experience.
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Birgit Aust ...
来源:[J].BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders(IF 1.875), 2016, Vol.17 (1)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)Epidemiological studies have shown that patient transfer is a risk factor for back pain, back injuries and long term sickness absence, whereas consistent use of assistive devices during patient transfer seems to be protective. While classical ergonomi...
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Emil Sundstrup ...
来源:[J].BMC Public Health(IF 2.076), 2015, Vol.15 (1)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)Imbalance between individual resources and work demands can lead to musculoskeletal disorders and reduced work ability. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of workplace- versus home-based physical exercise on work ability amon...
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Afshin Samani ...
来源:[J].BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders(IF 1.875), 2015, Vol.16 (1)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)There is high prevalence of back pain and neck-shoulder pain among blue collar workers in Denmark. Excessive physical exposures such as heavy lifting or working with bended or twisted back are risk factors for back pain among workers in the const...
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Mikkel Brandt ...
来源:[J].BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders(IF 1.875), 2016, Vol.17 (1)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)Knowledge of factors associated with chronic pain is necessary for preventive strategies. The present study investigates biopsychosocial differences, with specific focus on rate of force development (RFD) and work ability, between workers with an...
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Emil Sundstrup ...
来源:[J].Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation(IF 2.358), 2016, Vol.97 (3), pp.429-436Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Objective(#br)To investigate whether elastic resistance training can induce comparable levels of muscle activity as conventional machine training in patients with chronic stroke.(#br)Design(#br)Comparative study.(#br)Setting(#br)Outpatient rehabilitation facilit...
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Per Aagaard
来源:[J].The Spine Journal(IF 3.355), 2014, Vol.14 (11), pp.2618-2627Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background context(#br)Several therapies have been used in the treatment of chronic low back pain (LBP), including various exercise strategies and spinal manipulative therapy (SMT). A common belief is that spinal motion changes in particular ways in direct response t...
作者:Markus D. Jakobsen , Per Aagaard
来源:[J].The Spine Journal(IF 3.355), 2014, Vol.14 (9), pp.1835-1843Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background context(#br)A basic premise for any instrument measuring spinal motion is that reliable outcomes can be obtained on a relevant sample under standardized conditions.(#br)Purpose(#br)The purpose of this study was to assess the overall reliability and measure...

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