Theses and Dissertations (Arts, Languages and Human Movement Studies Education)

Theses and Dissertations (Arts, Languages and Human Movement Studies Education)

 

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  • Grobler, Dan (2011-12-06)
    Of back problems experienced in adolescence, scoliosis is the most frequent (Bradford et al, 1987; Lancard-Dusek et al, 1991). Several studies have been conducted to determine the effect of exercise on back pain. The results ...
  • Vogel, Etresia (2007-01-03)
    There exist a wide variety of metabolic responses to different types of carbohydrates and their influence on metabolism during endurance training. Recent studies revealed that the physiological responses to food are far ...
  • Lategan, Leon (2006-08-18)
    The goal of effective rehabilitation should always be to restore “normal” function if possible. What is “normal” function? Although many subjective definitions may describe what is “normal”, it is the search for objective ...
  • Du Plessis, Louwrens Andries Stephanus (2007-06-19)
    The full text of this thesis/dissertation is not available online. Please <a href="mailto:upetd@up.ac.za">contact us</a> if you need access. Read the abstract in the section 00front of this document.
  • Loots, Maureen (2007-01-03)
    What is the ideal human upright posture? Where did it come from, how did it develop, what is its significance, how is it measured? What are the cause and effect of malposture? Much has been published on the role of posture ...