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  • IS THE MATURATION OF THE STATIC BALANCING SYSTEM OVER AT THE AGE OR 30 OR EVEN 40 ACCORDING TO GENDER?
    Name : Dr. Pascal Bougeois
    Affliation : President of the IFSPS
    University : France Medical Marseille
    Country : France

    Introduction Clinical and stabilometric tests were performed by Dr Rossato to assess balance: 3,972 subjects aged 5 to 87 were observed and recorded o

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  • HIGH-INTENSITY ELECTROMAGNETIC STIMULATION CAN REDUCE SPASTICITY IN POST-STROKE PATIENTS
    Name : Dr. Efthimios Kouloulas
    Affliation : Department of the Physiatriki
    University : Kapodistrian & National University of Athens
    Country : Greece

    Abstract Background: Level of spasticity in post-stroke patients allow for the predictability of the patient’s level of recovery. The study aime

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  • TITLE PREDICTING EPILEPTIC SEIZURE: THE EXPECTATIONS AND THE REALITY
    Name : Dr. Antonio Dourado
    Affliation : Professor
    University : University of Coimbra
    Country : Portugal

    Abstract: More than 25 five years of research in epileptic seizure prediction using multichannel EEG signals have given rise to numerous published res

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