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Ronit Aviram, Netta Harries, Anat Shkedy Rabani, Akram Amro, Ibtisam Nammourah, Muhammed Al-Jarrah, Yoav Raanan, Yeshayahu Hutzler and Simona Bar-Haim

shorter duration would be evident in (1) participants with CP relative to TD participants and (2) CP participants using mobility devices (Gross Motor Function Classification System [GMFCS III]) relative to those walking with limitations (GMFCS II). Second, there would be a positive association between BMI

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Claudia Meyer, Sophie Hill, Keith D. Hill and Briony Dow

example and Table  1 for a case study). Figure 1 —Example discussion for reduced functional mobility. ADLs = activities of daily living; GP = general practitioner. Table 1 Case Study of Outcomes of Series of Discussions Context for person with dementia and their caregiver (as identified through baseline

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Beth G. Clarkson, Elwyn Cox and Richard C. Thelwell

that they are a better head coach than you. Introduction to the Second Vignette: Work–Life Conflicts, Limited Career Mobility, and Marginalization In the second vignette, experiences of work–life conflicts, limited career mobility, and an ingrained system of prejudice in which men hold the power and

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Brittany R. Crosby, Justin M. Stanek, Daniel J. Dodd and Rebecca L. Begalle

joint stability and mobility, is the Functional Movement Screen ® (FMS). The FMS was developed to assess functional movement insufficiencies and asymmetries in a healthy population. 1 – 3 Insufficiencies may cause the individual to alter a task to maintain performance, which, over time, can load the

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Melissa E. Hay and Denise M. Connelly

involvement in the act of exercising. The essence of embodied relief from pain offered by exercise was considered in light of six themes: enjoying exercise experiences, social engagement, gratitude, learned latitudes, maintaining mobility, and aging (Figure  1 ). In keeping with a hermeneutic phenomenological

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Nadja Schott and Maike Tietjens

Mobility restriction as a consequence of a fall is a major issue of care in assisted-living facilities. These facilities are along the continuum between living in one’s own private home in a community setting and living in a nursing home. They provide limited assistance for activities of daily

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Garrett S. Bullock, Taylor Chapman, Thomas Joyce, Robert Prengle, Taylor Stern and Robert J. Butler

, mobility, and stability. 5 , 6 In a study by Chapman et al 7 investigating elite track and field athletes’ longitudinal performance, athletes who scored greater than a 14 composite FMS score had a statistically significant increase in season’s best performance of 0.41%, compared with athletes who scored

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Paul A. Ullucci, Frank Tudini and Matthew F. Moran

Measurement of cardinal plane cervical range of motion (CROM) is routinely performed in physical therapy. 1 Cardinal plane motion such as cervical flexion and extension is important clinically but has not been found to identify specific limitations in upper cervical mobility that could be causing

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Meg G. Hancock, Lindsey Darvin and Nefertiti A. Walker

experience limited opportunities for advancement and lack of access to networks, mentoring, and role models ( Darvin & Sagas, 2017a ; Taylor & Hardin, 2016 ; Taylor, Smith, & Hardin, 2017 ). Within the sport industry, these barriers to leadership and upward career mobility may be attributed to the presence

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Chung-Chao Liang, Qi-Xing Change, Yu-Chou Hung, Chizan-Chung Chen, Chun-Hsiang Lin, Yu-Chun Wei and Jia-Ching Chen

aging populations ( Department of Information Services, Executive Yuan, 2015 ). Evidence has suggested that physical performance and balance decline with age ( Auyeung, Lee, Leung, Kwok, & Woo, 2014 ; Ishizaki et al., 2011 ; Wang, Yeh, Wang, Wang, & Lin, 2011 ). Declining mobility and low levels of