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Key study  Hogan D et al. 2014. Clinical outcomes of isolated eccentrics for rehabilitation of previously failed treatments of golfers elbow (Abstract). J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 44(1):A56
Key study  Page P 2006. Sensorimotor training: A “global” approach for balance training J Bodywork Movement Ther 10:77-84
Key study  Page P et al 2004. Muscle activity of the upper extremity during oscillation exercise using the Thera-Band® FlexBar® (Abstract) Hand Prints 21(5):7
Key study  Sundstrup E et al. 2014. Effect of two contrasting interventions on upper limb chronic pain and disability: a randomized controlled trial. Pain Physician 17:145-54
Key study  Tyler T et al. 2014. Clinical outcomes of the addition of eccentrics for rehabilitation of previously failed treatments of golfers elbow. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 9(3):365-70.
Key study  Tyler TF, et al. 2010. Addition of isolated wrist extensor eccentric exercise to standard treatment for chronic lateral epicondylosis: A prospective randomized trial. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 19(6):917-922.
Arora et al. 2012. The effect of double versus single oscillating exercise devices on trunk and limb muscle activation Proceedings of the 14th Annual TRAC Meeting St. John's, Newfoundland. Page 27.
Arora S et al. 2013. The effect of double versus single oscillating exercise devices on trunk and limb muscle activation. Int J Sports Phys Ther 8(4):370-380
Beebe JA et al. 2014. Managing lateral epicondylalgia using mobilization with movement and eccentric exercise: a case report (Abstract). J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 44(1):A76
Bergstra et al. 2014. A systematic review into the effectiveness of hand exercise therapy in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Clin Rheumatol. 33(11):1539-48
Ellenbecker T et al. 2010. ROTATOR CUFF AND SCAPULAR MUSCLE ACTIVATION DURING EXTERNAL ROTATION OSCILLATION & AND RESISTED WALL WALK ELEVATION EXERCISES WITH ELASTIC RESISTANCE Proceedings of the 12th Annual Thera-Band® Research Advisory Committee July 19-21, 2010. Athens, Greece. p 9-10.
Ellenbecker TS et al. 2012. Analysis of rotator cuff and scapular muscle activation during elastic resistance, external rotation oscillation, and band walk exercises (abstract). J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 42(1):A42
Ellenbecker TS, Cools A 2010 . Rehabilitation of shoulder impingement syndrome and rotator cuff injuries: an evidence-based review Br J Sports Med Apr;44(5):319-27.
Ellenbecker TS, et al. 2012. Current concepts in examination of treatment of elbow tendon injury Sports Health. 5(2):186-94.
Hyde TE, et al. 2009. The effectiveness of Graston Technique® with and without movement using Thera-Band® exercise. (Abstract). Proceedings of the 11th Annual TRAC Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. July 25-27, 2009, p. 18.
Karagiannopoulos et al. 2016. Rehabilitation strategies for wrist sensorimotor control impairment: From theory to practice. J Hand Ther. 29(2):154-65.
Kenas A et al. 2015. Eccentric interventions for lateral epicondylalgia Strength Condition J 37(5):47-52
Labbe A et al. 2010. EMG analysis of a novel eccentric exercise for the treatment of tennis elbow Proceedings of the 12th Annual Thera-Band® Research Advisory Committee July 19-21, 2010. Athens, Greece. p 8.
Metz JL et al. 2007. A New Home Eccentric Exercise Program for Patients with Lateral Epicondylitis and its Effects Hand Prints 23(1):7
Myers JB, and Oyama S 2009. Sensorimotor training for shoulder injury. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. 1(5):199-208.
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