Published on in Vol 3 , No 2 (2016) :Jul-Dec

Teleexercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Mixed-Methods Feasibility Case Series

Teleexercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Mixed-Methods Feasibility Case Series

Teleexercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Mixed-Methods Feasibility Case Series

Journals

  1. Soon S, Svavarsdottir H, Downey C, Jayne D. Wearable devices for remote vital signs monitoring in the outpatient setting: an overview of the field. BMJ Innovations 2020;6(2):55 View
  2. Maher J, Anderson K, Gant K, Cowan R. Development and deployment of an at-home strength and conditioning program to support a phase I trial in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord 2021;59(1):44 View
  3. Lai B, Bond K, Kim Y, Barstow B, Jovanov E, Bickel C. Exploring the uptake and implementation of tele-monitored home-exercise programmes in adults with Parkinson’s disease: A mixed-methods pilot study. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2020;26(1-2):53 View
  4. Allin S, Shepherd J, Thorson T, Tomasone J, Munce S, Linassi G, McBride C, Jiancaro T, Jaglal S. Web-Based Health Coaching for Spinal Cord Injury: Results From a Mixed Methods Feasibility Evaluation. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2020;7(2):e16351 View
  5. Lai B, Kim Y, Wilroy J, Bickel C, Rimmer J, Motl R. Sustainability of exercise intervention outcomes among people with disabilities: a secondary review. Disability and Rehabilitation 2019;41(13):1584 View
  6. Bishop J, Pangelinan M. Motor skills intervention research of children with disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 2018;74:14 View
  7. Tomasone J, Flood S, Ma J, Scime N, Burke S, Sleeth L, Marrocco S. Physical activity self-management interventions for adults with spinal cord injury: Part 1–A systematic review of the use and effectiveness of behavior change techniques. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2018;37:274 View
  8. Wilroy J, Lai B, Davlyatov G, Mehta T, Thirumalai M, Rimmer J. Correlates of adherence in a home-based, self-managed exercise program tailored to wheelchair users with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord 2021;59(1):55 View
  9. Jang W, Lee S, Kim D, Lee Y, Uhm Y, Yang S, Kim J, Kim J. ICT-Based Health Care Services for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: A Feasibility Study. Sensors 2020;20(9):2491 View
  10. Dobkin B. A Rehabilitation-Internet-of-Things in the Home to Augment Motor Skills and Exercise Training. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 2017;31(3):217 View
  11. Burke S, Tomasone J, Scime N, Ma J, Harden S, Wolfe D. Physical activity self-management interventions for adults with spinal cord injury: Part 2 – Exploring the generalizability of findings from research to practice. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2018;37:286 View
  12. Thirumalai M, Rimmer J, Johnson G, Wilroy J, Young H, Mehta T, Lai B. TEAMS (Tele-Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis), a Tailored Telerehabilitation mHealth App: Participant-Centered Development and Usability Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e10181 View
  13. Galea M. Telemedicine in Rehabilitation. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America 2019;30(2):473 View
  14. Simpson B, Villeneuve M, Clifton S. The experience and perspective of people with spinal cord injury about well-being interventions: a systematic review of qualitative studies. Disability and Rehabilitation 2020:1 View
  15. Costa R, Dorneles J, Veloso J, Gonçalves C, Neto F. Synchronous and asynchronous tele-exercise during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: Comparisons of implementation and training load in individuals with spinal cord injury. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2021:1357633X2098273 View
  16. Lee S, Kim J, Kim J. Substantiating Clinical Effectiveness and Potential Barriers to the Widespread Implementation of Spinal Cord Injury Telerehabilitation: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Synthesis of Randomized Trials in the Recent Past Decade. Telemedicine Reports 2021;2(1):64 View
  17. Cao Y, DiPiro N, Field-Fote E, Krause J. Emergency department visits, related hospitalizations, and reasons for emergency department utilization after traumatic spinal cord injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2021 View