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Malignant melanoma has a high propensity to metastasize, specifically to the brain. Research has shown that incorporating oncology rehabilitation as part of the interdisciplinary care team promotes independence in functional mobility that leads to an improvement in a...
Movement planning and execution involve using our internal representations within motor and sensory areas of our brain. Left/right judgment tasks (LRJTs) are behavioral tests that involve determining the side of the body when shown an image, without performing the movement....
Left/right judgment tasks (LRJTs) theoretically require mental maneuvering one's body to reorient and match a viewed image. Mental maneuvering strategies may include spatial transformation and/or motor imagery. LRJT performance outcomes do not inherently distinguish between mental...
Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is one of the most reported and functionally limiting symptoms experienced by individuals living with and beyond cancer. Exercise is effective at reducing CRF, although currently it is not possible to predict the magnitude and time course of improvement...
Moderate-intensity continuous aerobic exercise training (MICT) is used to help alleviate symptoms of cancer-related fatigue (CRF) in many cancer rehabilitation programs. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become increasingly popular, including several research studies demonstrating...
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