Henk J. Stam focuses on Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Rehabilitation, Ambulatory and Pelvic pain. His Physical therapy study combines topics in areas such as VO2 max, Cross-sectional study, Spinal cord injury, Sitting and Prospective cohort study. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research incorporates themes from Clinical trial, Motor skill, Randomized controlled trial, Stroke and Paresis.
His Rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spasticity, Cerebral palsy and Activities of daily living. His Ambulatory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Activity monitor and Heart rate. He works mostly in the field of Pelvic pain, limiting it down to concerns involving Sacroiliac joint and, occasionally, Pelvic girdle, Prone position, Biomechanics, Sacrum and Muscle contraction.
Henk J. Stam spends much of his time researching Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Rehabilitation, Cerebral palsy and Surgery. His Physical therapy research includes themes of Ambulatory, Randomized controlled trial and Quality of life. His work in the fields of Physical medicine and rehabilitation, such as Upper limb, intersects with other areas such as Accelerometer.
Henk J. Stam has included themes like Psychological intervention, Prospective cohort study and Cross-sectional study in his Rehabilitation study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Young adult and Gross motor skill. The Surgery study combines topics in areas such as Internal medicine and Cardiology.
His primary areas of investigation include Physical therapy, Rehabilitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Randomized controlled trial and Cerebral palsy. Henk J. Stam is interested in Physical fitness, which is a branch of Physical therapy. His Rehabilitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Motivational interviewing, Prospective cohort study and Acute coronary syndrome.
He has researched Physical medicine and rehabilitation in several fields, including Spinal cord injury, Activities of daily living, Activity monitor, Stroke and Neurology. The concepts of his Randomized controlled trial study are interwoven with issues in Intervention, Physical activity level, Cardiovascular mortality and Pulmonary function testing. His Cerebral palsy study incorporates themes from Gross motor skill and Gerontology.
Physical therapy, Rehabilitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Cerebral palsy and Randomized controlled trial are his primary areas of study. His Physical therapy study typically links adjacent topics like Physical activity level. His Rehabilitation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Motivational interviewing, Quality of life and Gerontology.
His work carried out in the field of Physical medicine and rehabilitation brings together such families of science as Physical fitness, Activity monitor, Stroke, Ambulatory and Sitting. His Ambulatory research incorporates elements of Checklist and Confidence interval. His studies examine the connections between Cerebral palsy and genetics, as well as such issues in Young adult, with regards to Gross motor skill, Observational study and Longitudinal study.
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Mirror Therapy Improves Hand Function in Subacute Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Gunes Yavuzer;Ruud Selles;Nebahat Sezer;Serap Sütbeyaz.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2008)
Determinants of the Sit-to-Stand Movement: A Review
Wim G M Janssen;Hans B J Bussmann;Henk J Stam.
Physical Therapy (2002)
Motor Recovery and Cortical Reorganization After Mirror Therapy in Chronic Stroke Patients A Phase II Randomized Controlled Trial
Marian E. Michielsen;Ruud W. Selles;Jos N. van der Geest;Martine Eckhardt.
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair (2011)
The active straight leg raising test and mobility of the pelvic joints.
Jan M. A. Mens;Andry Vleeming;Chris J. Snijders;Henk J. Stam.
European Spine Journal (1999)
Reliability and validity of the active straight leg raise test in posterior pelvic pain since pregnancy.
Jan M. A. Mens;Andry Vleeming;Chris J. Snijders;Bart W. Koes.
Measuring daily behavior using ambulatory accelerometry: The Activity Monitor
J. B. J. Bussmann;W. L. J. Martens;J. H. M. Tulen;F. C. Schasfoort.
Behavior Research Methods Instruments & Computers (2001)
''Playstation eyetoy games'' improve upper extremity-related motor functioning in subacute stroke: a randomized controlled clinical trial.
Yavuzer G;Senel A;Atay Mb;Stam Hj.
European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (2008)
Understanding peripartum pelvic pain. Implications of a patient survey.
Jan M. A. Mens;Andry Vleeming;Rob Stoeckart;Henk J. Stam.
The effects of balance training on gait late after stroke: a randomized controlled trial
Gunes Yavuzer;Filiz Eser;Dilek Karakus;Belgin Karaoglan.
Clinical Rehabilitation (2006)
The mechanical effect of a pelvic belt in patients with pregnancy-related pelvic pain.
Jan M.A. Mens;Léonie Damen;Chris J. Snijders;Henk J. Stam.
Clinical Biomechanics (2006)
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