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Clinical Approaches of Whole Body Vibration Exercises
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Bernardo-Filho , Mario Laborat ́orio de Vibrac ̧ ̃oes Mecˆanicas e Pr ́aticas Integrativas - Departamento de Biof ́ısica e Biometria - Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil , Taiar , Redha Reims Champagne-Ardenne - Reims, France , Borja Sañudo, Universidade de sevilla, spain , Furness, Trentham Australian Catholic Universiy, Australia
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The importance of clinical approaches to promote/maintain health, wellbeing, and quality of life in the context of disease is salient. These clinical approaches can vary in simplicity from basic improvement of healthy lifestyle choices involving, for example, physical activity, to complex combinations of pharmacological, surgical, and multidisciplinary clinician intervention [1]. Importantly there is the need, if possible, to offer simple and effective nonpharmacological interventions with limited side effects that contribute to the quality of life and independence of the individuals. During rehabilitation, when patients are vulnerable and less likely to be able to independently participate in even basic interventions, the efficacy of low skill physical activities is critica
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Clinical Approaches , Whole Body Vibration Exercises , WBVE
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Rehabilitation Research and Practice
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