Access Pass Member Exclusive
Standing Frame and Electrical Stimulation Therapies Partially Preserve Bone Strength in a Rodent Model of Acute Spinal Cord Injury (2013)
Zamarioli A. et al. (2013). Standing Frame and Electrical Stimulation Therapies Partially Preserve Bone Strength in a Rodent Model of Acute Spinal Cord Injury. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 92: 402- 410.
This original research article outlines the expected bone mineral density loss after spinal cord injury (SCI). The researchers studied the effects of electrical stimulation, standing frame use, and no intervention on rats with SCI. The researchers fo ...
Want access to this Snapshot and hundreds more? Add Article Snapshots to your Access Pass.
Create or modify your custom Access Pass subscription to get instant and easy access to handouts, therapy materials, clinical tools, research summaries, and continuing education courses so that you can spend your valuable time doing what you do best: Connecting with your patients and changing lives for the better.
Subscribe to Article Snapshots
Already subscribed to Article Snapshots? Log in to access this member exclusive.
Bone DensityOrthopaedicsSpinal Cord Injury