Affiliation: University of Vienna
- An investigation of the effectiveness of exercise and manual therapy in treating symptoms of TMJ osteoarthritisP Nicolakis
University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vienna, Austria
Cranio 19:26-32. 2001..03), and no impairment (37%), chi-square test p = 0.05) increased significantly. This therapeutic treatment protocol seems to be useful treatment for the symptoms of clinical dysfunction in OA of the TMJ...
- [Optimizing electrotherapy--a comparative study of 3 different currents]Richard Crevenna
Universitätsklinik für Physikalische Medizin und Rehabilitation, AKH Wien, Osterreich
Wien Klin Wochenschr 114:400-4. 2002..It may be concluded that, in terms of therapeutic application, the biphasic form of electric current is superior to the monophasic forms described in the present study...
- Relationship between craniomandibular disorders and poor postureP Nicolakis
Department of PM and R, University of Vienna, AKH Wien Währinger Gürtel 18 20, A 1090 Austria, Europe
Cranio 18:106-12. 2000..Whether poor posture is the reason or the result of CMD cannot be distinguished by the data presented here...
- Long-term outcome after treatment of temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis with exercise and manual therapyPeter Nicolakis
University of Vienna, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Wien, Austria
Cranio 20:23-7. 2002..Exercise therapy is an effective tool to treat osteoarthrosis of the temporomandibular joints...
- Effectiveness of exercise therapy in patients with internal derangement of the temporomandibular jointP Nicolakis
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Vienna, AKH Wien, Austria
J Oral Rehabil 28:1158-64. 2001..chi-square Test, P < 0.001). At follow up, seven patients had no pain and experienced no impairment. Exercise therapy seems to be useful in the treatment of anterior disc displacement without reduction...
- Pulsed magnetic field therapy for osteoarthritis of the knee--a double-blind sham-controlled trialPeter Nicolakis
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, AKH Wien, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Wien Klin Wochenschr 114:678-84. 2002..Patients were assigned to receive 84 sessions, each with a duration of 30 minutes, of either pulsed magnetic field or sham treatment. Patients administered the treatment on their own at home, twice a day for six weeks...
- Calcific trochanteric bursitis: resolution of calcifications and clinical remission with non-invasive treatment. A case reportRichard Crevenna
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, General Hospital of Vienna, University of Vienna, Austria
Wien Klin Wochenschr 114:345-8. 2002....