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|Material Type:||Document, Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian H Davis
|Description:||1 online resource ( p.) : ill.|
|Other Titles:||Effect of mandibular repositioning on quadricep extensor strength in subjects with documented TMJ syndrome|
|Responsibility:||by Brian H. Davis.|
WorldCat User Reviews (5)
PT Good study by graduate physiology student
I thought you did an excellent job in all portions of investigation. Nice review of literature and statistical analysis. We would like you to discuss your next study with us.
- 9 of 9 people found this review helpful. Did it help you?
Physiotherapy; Pain Management and TMD
Nice review and suggestions regarding incorporating a pain scale into new study. I'm a physiotherapist in the UK and loved this work on TMD population.
I have also worked with one of your thesis advisors "Bob Berquist" and believe he was one of the best therapists, persons, and educators...
- 6 of 6 people found this review helpful. Did it help you?
BRIAN H. DAVIS SAN FRANCISCO, CA REVIEW BY YOUR EX-PT GROSS ANATOMY
Excellent review and research on the effect of mandibular repositioning and its effect on pain and normal performance. I had Brian as a graduate teaching fellow in the biology and chemistry departments at Springfield College 20 years ago and his knowledge base in the anatomical and physiological science...
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BRIAN H. DAVIS SAN FRANCISCO, CA Disseration and Thesis Review by Neuro Doc
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BRIAN H. DAVIS SAN FRANCISCO, CA EFFECT OF TEMPOROM
This is a well conducted study into physiological dentistry and it's effect of human health. However, I believe the author could have done more work on the EMG Surface Electrode analysis and it's overall response to the MORA and the Masseter Muscles of the TMJ Complex.
- 4 of 4 people found this review helpful. Did it help you?
- Temporomandibular joint -- Diseases -- Treatment.
- Muscle strength -- Testing.
- Quadriceps muscle.
- Occlusal adjustment.