Current affiliation: Karolinska InstitutetSubject: Medicine And Medical SciencesPrimary location: Sweden
Published in:Clinical Interventions in AgingPublication date:2014-07-01
Published in:Frontiers in BiosciencePublication date:2014-01-01
The nervous system is an important regulator of the human body. We will explain how small molecules in the nervous system can increase/decrease the...
Published in:Frontiers in BiosciencePublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:International Journal of Experimental PathologyPublication date:2013-05-30
Lifestyle medicine is to understand the factors that affect our human body. Sedentary lifestyle can lead to overweight, dysregulated blood sugar an...
Published in:Tendon InjuriesPublication date:Not available
Published in:NeuroreportPublication date:1999-07-01
Published in:Tendinopathy in AthletesPublication date:Not available
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:The Journal of Strength and Conditioning ResearchPublication date:2009-05-01
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2002-07-01
Published in:Advances in Wound CarePublication date:2013-10-01
Published in:European Orthopaedics and TraumatologyPublication date:2012-12-08
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2003-05-01
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2005-03-01
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2012-02-21
Tendinopathy, chronic tendon pain, commonly known as tendinitis, tendonitis my be related to increased levels of pain receptors.
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2001-05-01
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2007-02-01
Published in:Acta OrthopaedicaPublication date:2010-09-22
A study of angulated tibial fractures in the rat
Published in:Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology ArthroscopyPublication date:2012-09-15
Published in:Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in SportsPublication date:2010-03-10
Substance P improves tendon repair
Published in:Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in SportsPublication date:2012-05-17
IPC increases metabolites in tendon repair
Healing after surgery is often compromised due to poor blood circulation and low metabolism. We have shown for the first time that mechanical thera...
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2009-02-01
Published in:Wound Repair and RegenerationPublication date:2012-01-01
SP levels after capsaicin treatment are linked to healing
Published in:Journal of Applied PhysiologyPublication date:2012-10-04
Published in:Cell and Tissue ResearchPublication date:2014-05-06
Published in:Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology ArthroscopyPublication date:2013-02-12
Published in:Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology ArthroscopyPublication date:2014-05-09
Chemokines are signaling proteins that induce chemotaxis (attract) in nearby responsive cells.
This study demonstrated that after tendon injury ch...
Published in:Journal of Histochemistry & CytochemistryPublication date:2001-11-01
Published in:Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in SportsPublication date:2009-07-06
Immobilization post-injury impact mRNA Levels
Long term plaster casting or leg immobilization after a tendon injury hinders the healing process.
Published in:The Bone & Joint JournalPublication date:2015-04-28
Plaster cast / boot lower-leg immobilization after injury increases the risk of blood clots. Anticoagulants have not shown to be highly effective. ...
Published in:Sports InjuriesPublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Sports InjuriesPublication date:2015-01-01
Published in:Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy ReviewPublication date:2005-09-01
Published in:Archives of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:Arthroscopy The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related SurgeryPublication date:2003-07-01
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2010-06-10
Published in:Journal of Orthopaedic ResearchPublication date:2007-09-01
Published in:Tendon RegenerationPublication date:2015-01-01
Published in:BMC Musculoskeletal DisordersPublication date:2015-08-20
Published in:BMJ Open Sport & Exercise MedicinePublication date:2016-06-01
Higher unspecific production of collagen in the Achilles tendon after rupture is related with higher risk of experiencing pain in the tendon one ye...
Published in:Metabolic Influences on Risk for Tendon DisordersPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:The Bone & Joint JournalPublication date:2016-12-01
Many patients report long-term pain and impaired function after Achilles tendon rupture. To improve outcome we need to understand underlying predic...
We still do not have any effective treatments for many patients with tendon disorders. However, novel research findings show that sedentary lifesty...