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Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Meta Description: Musculoskeletal rehabilitation has grown tremendously in the past few decades. Most of this research on musculoskeletal rehabilitation is based on a biomechanical approach demonstrating peripheral differences between patients and controls in kinetic, kinematic and electromyographic data. 

 

Musculoskeletal rehabilitation has grown tremendously in the past few decades. Most of this research on musculoskeletal rehabilitation is based on a biomechanical approach demonstrating peripheral differences between patients and controls in kinetic, kinematic and electromyographic data. The scientific community describes motor behavior as the final common output of the human sensorimotor system which provides valuable insights into motor changes after musculoskeletal injuries and damages.But the sensorimotor system covers far more than bones and muscles to provide control of motor behavior.
 
Sensorimotor control describes the dynamic interaction between sensations of sensory stimuli. Processing and integration of this information in the central nervous system is a well described motor output. Undoubtedly the brain is the supervisor of sensorimotor control. It is important to know how the brain regulates the control mechanisms in order to understand how training in rehabilitation should be designed to compensate in motor deficits after injury. Only this brain-behavior relationship can provide the foundation of rehabilitation programs.
 
 
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