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Effects of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation(TENS), Self-Stretching and Functional Massage on the Muscle Fatigue by Maximum Muscular Strength
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation(TENS), Self-Stretching and Functional Massage on the Muscle Fatigue by Maximum Muscular Strength
Yoon, Jung Gyu; Ryu, Je Ju; Roh, Hye Won; Yang, Hyun Ah; Lee, Sang Bin;
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 Abstract
The present study purposed to examine the effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, self-stretching and functional massage on the recovery of muscle contraction force for muscle fatigue caused by sustained isotonic contraction. The subjects of this study were 45 healthy students. They were divided into transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation group(n=15), self-stretching group(n=15) and functional massage group(n=15), and using Primus RS. We observed the pattern of changes in maximal voluntary isometric contraction force(MVIC) after causing muscle fatigue in quadriceps femoris muscle through sustained isotonic contraction. Maximal voluntary isometric contraction force(MVIC) were greatly increased after transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, self-stretching and functional massage. In the comparison of recovery rate of muscle contraction force for muscle fatigue caused by sustained isotonic contraction among the treatment groups, it did not show any significant differences. However, it showed that each treatment may be effective in recovery of muscle fatigue caused by sustained isotonic contraction.
 Keywords
Muscle Fatigue;MVIC;TENS;Functional Massage;Self Stretching;
 Language
English
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근피로 유발 시 개인 성향과 음악형식에 따른 무릎 폄근의 최대수의적수축력, 일률 간 상관분석,윤정규;

대한물리의학회지, 2013. vol.8. 4, pp.593-600 crossref(new window)
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