Autor: Javier Amezcua Duran

3ER. CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE FISIOTERAPIA 2015 (MAZATLAN)

DURANTE LOS DÍAS 28, 29 Y 30 DE MAYO 2015, KINEPHY PARTICIÓ EN EL 3ER. CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE FISIOTERAPIA 2015, EN EL HOTEL CID CASTILLA, EN LA CIUDAD DE MAZATLÁN SINALOA. AGRADECEMOS A LOS ASISTENTES Y A LOS ORGANIZADORES DEL EVENTO POR PERMITIRNOS COMPARTIR NUESTROS SERVICIOS CON USTEDES.

XXI Foro Norte de Investigación en Salud

El pasado 27 de mayo de 2015  Kinephy se encontró participando en el XXI Foro Norte de Investigación en Salud, lugar donde Investigadores, personal directivo, operativo y estudiantes del área de la salud del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social e instituciones públicas y privadas tuvieron un espacio de aprendizaje para la mejora continua. En este Foro, participamos en la …

XXI Foro Norte de Investigación en Salud

En estos momentos Kinephy se encuentra participando en el XXI Foro Norte de Investigación en Salud, lugar donde Investigadores, personal directivo, operativo y estudiantes del área de la salud del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social e instituciones públicas y privadas. Tienen un espacio de aprendizaje para la mejora continua. En este Foro, participamos en la presentación de …

3ER. CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE FISIOTERAPIA 2015

EN ESTE MOMENTO NOS ENCONTRAMOS EN EL 3ER. CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE FISIOTERAPIA 2015. SEDE DEL EVENTO: HOTEL EL CID CASTILLA MAZATLÁN http://www.elcidresorts.com.mx/ FECHA: 28, 29 Y 30 DE MAYO 2015 MÁS INFORMES: https://www.facebook.com/events/402954823200289/

Voluntary Exercise Increases Oligodendrogenesis Inspinal Cord. (Fragment)

By: Krityakiaranaa,b, A. Espinosa-Jeffreya, C.A. Ghiania, P. M. Zhaoa, F. Gomez-Pinillac, M.Yamaguchid, N. Kotchabhakdib, and J. de Vellisa Intellectual and Developmental Disability Research Center, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Departments of Neurobiology and Psychiatry, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA bNeuro-Behavioural Biology Center, Institute of Science and Technology for …

The Effect Of Physical Activity On The Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor: From Animal To Human Studies (Fragment).

Department of Physiology and Biochemistry, University School of Physical Education, Cracow, Poland; Institute of Pharmacology, Polish Academy of Science, Cracow, and Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University School of Medicine, Cracow, Poland   It is well documented that physical activity can induce a number of various stimuli which are able to enhance the strength and …

Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor and the Development of Structural Neuronal Connectivity (fragment).

By: Susana Cohen-Cory, Adhanet H. Kidane, Nicole J. Shirkey, Sonya Marshak Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, University of California Irvine, Irvine, California 92697 Received 15 August 2009; revised 17 November 2009; accepted 19 November 2009 ABSTRACT: During development, neural networks are established in a highly organized manner, which persists throughout life. Neurotrophins play crucial roles …

Motor coordination and emotional–behavioral problems in children (fragment)

By: John Cairney, Scott Veldhuizen and Peter Szatmari Introduction There has been clinical interest in children who present as clumsy or physically awkward for some time [1]. Until about a decade ago, research in this area was fragmented by the absence of consensus on how best to describe and define this disorder – a nosological …

Motor skill learning and performance: a review of influential factors (Fragment)

By: Gabriele Wulf, Charles Shea & Rebecca Lewthwaite INTRODUCTION Motor skills are an essential component of the expertise displayed by, and required of, individuals working in medicine or other health professions. How these skills are taught and practiced has changed considerably over the past few years. For example, with the advancement of technological capabilities, training …

Using the Movement-Related Cortical Potential to Study Motor Skill Learning (Fragment)

By: David J. Wright, Paul S. Holmes, Dave Smith Institute for Performance Research, Manchester Metropolitan University, Crewe, England. ABSTRACT. The movement-related cortical potential (MRCP) is a low-frequency negative shift in the electroencephalographic recording that occurs about 2 s before voluntary movement production. The MRCP is thought to reflect the cortical processes involved in movement planning …