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Bimanual training in stroke: How do coupling and symmetry-breaking matter?

Rita Sleimen-Malkoun, Jean-Jacques Temprado, Laurent Thefenne, Eric Berton
2011 BMC Neurology  
As the result of coupling, kinematic features of each hand motion are found in the trajectory of the other hand.  ...  However, the balance of these two competing forces can also be modulated by task constraints.  ...  LT: He is medical doctor in physical medicine and rehabilitation. He is head of the department of functional rehabilitation in Laveran hospital.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2377-11-11 pmid:21266027 pmcid:PMC3037867 fatcat:swnsvn35n5h3zjfbg2nozxvmd4

Neural coupling between homologous muscles during bimanual tasks: effects of visual and somatosensory feedback

Hoi B. Nguyen, Sang Wook Lee, Michelle L. Harris-Love, Peter S. Lum
2017 Journal of Neurophysiology  
Although the force error did not differ between feedback conditions, the somatosensory feedback significantly increased temporal coupling of bilateral force production, indicated by a high correlation  ...  Neural coupling between homologous muscles during bimanual tasks: effects of visual and somatosensory feedback.  ...  temporal correlation of bilateral force production.  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.00269.2016 pmid:27852730 pmcid:PMC5288480 fatcat:fruffvse4rc2zlxd2qup66ipoi

Force Production and Coordination from Older Women in Water Fitness Exercises

Catarina C. Santos, Daniel A. Marinho, Luís B. Faíl, Henrique P. Neiva, Mário J. Costa
2021 Healthcare  
Propulsive peak force (in Newton, N) of dominant (PFD) and nondominant (PFND) upper limbs was retrieved using hand sensors coupled to a differential pressure system.  ...  The aim of this study was to compare bilateral propulsive forces and coordination while exercising at static and dynamic conditions in the water.  ...  Conclusions Static and dynamic bilateral force production in older women induces different propulsive forces at various intensities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9081054 fatcat:zkfnxwtw3jemba5xgx43fodmmq

A dynamic systems approach to bimanual coordination in stroke: implications for rehabilitation and research

Rita Sleimen-Malkoun, Jean-Jacques Temprado, Eric Berton
2010 Medicina  
We concretely envisage a number of implications of the "dynamic systems" view to understand the behavioral consequences of intrinsic asymmetries (due to central nervous system injury) on bimanual dynamics  ...  tasks.  ...  Unfortunately, on the one hand, all of these tests do not provide any information about the possible causes for defi cient task performance, in particular those resulting from alterations in bimanual coupling  ... 
doi:10.3390/medicina46060053 fatcat:6jgwionoibghxgy47iik72gliy

Reliability and comparison of weight-bearing ability during standing tasks for individuals with chronic stroke

Janice J. Eng, Kelly S. Chu
2002 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  
In addition, the forward weightshift ability of the nonparetic limb was also impaired but to a lesser extent.  ...  We suggest that impairments of the hemiparetic side during forward weight shifting and sit-to-stand tasks presents a challenge to the motor systems of individuals with stroke, which may account for the  ...  Acknowledgments Financial Support: BC Health Research Foundation, Grant-in-Aid from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC and Yukon and the Canadian Institute of Health Research (operating grant # 57862  ... 
doi:10.1053/apmr.2002.33644 pmid:12161837 pmcid:PMC3501528 fatcat:5htyjbn6hre7hec4qp5jwyjmya

Adding Handles to Optimize Manual Box Handling

Helen Cristina Nogueira, Leticia Bergamin Januario, Roberta de Fátima Carreira Moreira, Ana Beatriz Oliveira
2018 BioMed Research International  
Electronic and manual searches were performed to identify studies that evaluated effects of boxes handles on physical exposure during handling tasks.  ...  In this study, we investigated the main literature databases to identify effects of box modification on reducing physical load.  ...  (Borg 1962) Hands The force production decreasing as the handles was used.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/7315217 fatcat:fkagl52dsffk7hofcr7lkya4ca

Interlimb neural coupling: Implications for poststroke hemiparesis

K.N. Arya, S. Pandian
2014 Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine  
The coordination occurs due to spatiotemporal coupling of movements, which also comprises interactions in segmental kinematics, joint dynamics, and muscle activity.  ...  In stroke, bimanual motor impairments exist in the form of asymmetry and reduced coordination, which may be related to weakness of the ipsilateral body side lesser than the contralateral side.  ...  Further, asymmetry in bimanual force production is also evident.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rehab.2014.06.003 pmid:25262645 fatcat:o6jfq3b7krc6fpwf2l3be6jipa

Inter-Segmental Coordination during a Unilateral 180° Jump in Elite Rugby Players: Implications for Prospective Identification of Injuries

Kellen T. Krajewski, Carla McCabe, Aaron M. Sinnott, Gavin L. Moir, Hugh S. Lamont, Susan Brown, Chris Connaboy
2020 Applied Sciences  
Bilateral asymmetries were observed, indicated by significant differences in the bilateral landing phase peak ADD/ABD, which is of particular interest considering all participants were healthy.  ...  Musculoskeletal injuries often occur during the execution of dynamic sporting tasks that involve rotation.  ...  This finding indicates that a bilateral asymmetry is observable even in healthy athletic populations.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10020427 fatcat:6fdblezzrze5vhgoalla544n7m

Post-surgery Rehabilitative Intervention Based on Imitation Therapy and Mouth-Hand Motor Synergies Provides Better Outcomes in Smile Production in Children and Adults With Long Term Facial Paralysis

Elisa De Stefani, Anna Barbot, Cecilia Zannoni, Mauro Belluardo, Chiara Bertolini, Rita Cosoli, Bernardo Bianchi, Andrea Ferri, Francesca Zito, Michela Bergonzani, Arianna Schiano Lamoriello, Paola Sessa (+1 others)
2022 Frontiers in Neurology  
FIT-SAT, based on observation/imitation therapy and on hand-mouth motor synergies would facilitate neuronal activity in the facial motor cortex avoiding unwanted contractions of the jaw, implementing muscle  ...  These results support the efficacy of FIT-SAT in modulating the smile allowing patients to adapt their smile to the various social contexts, aspect which is crucial during reciprocal interactions.  ...  Bilateral exercises include modulation tasks in which the patient is asked to perform maximum and small (gentle) smiles in order to train and control the contraction force of the transplanted muscle/s  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2022.757523 pmid:35665048 pmcid:PMC9156860 fatcat:pfn6swq56fgbzjausdoqxoirzq

Symmetry, broken symmetry, and handedness in bimanual coordination dynamics

P.J. Treffner, M.T. Turvey
1996 Experimental Brain Research  
The coordination dynamics of functional asymmetry provides insights into the elementary synergy between the limbs, the dynamical mechanism that modulates it, and the nature of the asymmetry in lefthanded  ...  Symmetry breaking of these dynamics can occur via the difference in the natural frequencies, Am, of the left and right rhythmic components, or by the intrinsic asymmetrical dynamics of the body.  ...  Peters for comments on an earlier draft of the article.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00230426 pmid:8821386 fatcat:lzg6s7yabnazzcws5ocdnmwabq

Analysis of voice perturbations using an asymmetric model of the vocal folds

Marco Nardone, Lewis Fulcher, Ronald Scherer
2007 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Bilateral asymmetry was incorporated into the model to facilitate the simulation of physiological and aerodynamic imbalances in the larynx.  ...  The model was employed to study the effects of time-dependent, randomly varying, asymmetries in the stiffness of the vocal folds, and the driving forces for the case of an excised larynx.  ...  Spring Force .......................................... 65 5.1.5 Asymmetry in the Right, Coupling Spring Force ..................................... 69 Time-dependent Physical Asymmetry ..............  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2942791 fatcat:yqq64qtwn5ch3n7q6folcfdqtq

Intercerebellar Coupling Contributes to Bimanual Coordination

Bettina Pollok, Markus Butz, Joachim Gross, Alfons Schnitzler
2007 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Non-invasive imaging of ne population dynamics in human thalamus. Brain Researcl 729, 253-258.  ...  DI provides information whether the phase dynamics of one oscillator is influenced by the phase dynamics of another one.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2007.19.4.704 pmid:17381260 fatcat:65sumebrsfdqbkorfxhtnxejte

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2022 IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics  
Schafstedde 1815 Bilateral Asymmetry of Hand Force Production in Dynamic Physically-Coupled Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  ...  Haoyong 1749 Dynamic Neural Graphs Based Federated Reptile for Semi-Supervised Multi-Tasking in Healthcare Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  ... 
doi:10.1109/jbhi.2022.3159171 fatcat:n4v32gnznnht7mcjyakuhwenky

An EMG-assisted model of loads on the lumbar spine during asymmetric trunk extensions

K.P. Granata, W.S. Marras
1993 Journal of Biomechanics  
The design represents a significant step toward accurate, fully dynamic modeling of the low-back in multiple dimensions.  ...  Dynamic internal and external force vectors are employed to predict trunk moments, spinal compression, lateral and anterior shear forces.  ...  Acknowledgement-Funding for this study has been provided by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation. Division of Safety and Hygiene.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0021-9290(93)90093-t pmid:8308047 fatcat:iukuikk5njfzrnh4uqesp2tffa

Kinematic Asymmetries of the Lower Limbs during Ergometer Rowing

ERICA BUCKERIDGE, SIMON HISLOP, ANTHONY BULL, ALISON MCGREGOR
2012 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise  
Quantification of hip ROM asymmetries may therefore be a useful tool in predicting the development of low back pain in rowers.  ...  Regression analysis indicated that both hip and knee range of motion (ROM) asymmetry was significant (P G 0.05) in predicting lumbar-pelvic flexion at the catch and maximum handle force of the stroke.  ...  No conflict of interest was reported for the authors. The results of the present study do not constitute endorsement by the American College of Sports Medicine.  ... 
doi:10.1249/mss.0b013e3182625231 pmid:22677926 fatcat:smue4rqlxnhenhlqzcbjssvlvq
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