neurodynamic

neurodynamic

 [noor″o-di-nam´ik]
pertaining to nervous energy.

neu·ro·dy·nam·ic

(nū'rō-dī-nam'ik),
Pertaining to nervous energy.
[neuro- + G. dynamis, force]

neu·ro·dy·nam·ic

(nūr'ō-dī-nam'ik)
Pertaining to nervous energy.
[neuro- + G. dynamis, force]
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(2017) Neurodynamic mobilization and foam rolling improved delayed-onset muscle soreness in a healthy adult population: a randomized controlled clinical trial.
An investigation to compare the effectiveness of carpal bone mobilisation and neurodynamic mobilisation as methods of treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome.
Impact of order of movement on nerve strain and longitudinal excursion: A biomechanical study with implications for neurodynamic test sequencing.
The future scope of the work lies in the usage of a combination of hybrid SC-FCM and ANN (neurodynamic fuzzy expert system) to evaluate water quality.
Wang, "Distributed Maneuvering of Autonomous Surface Vehicles Based on Neurodynamic Optimization and Fuzzy Approximation," IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, vol.
Our results are in agreement with Sudarshan, who applied a simultaneous combination of neurodynamic mobilization and SNAGs and reported immediate improvement in VAS, cervical ROM, and NDI.
Yu, "Leader-follower formation control of nonholonomic mobile robots based on a bioinspired neurodynamic based approach," Robotics and Autonomous Systems, vol.
So we can conceive of sensorimotor loops, like those simulated in the Roomba vacuum and other iRobot products, as culminating in primitive "intentionality" in which a far-from-equilibrium neurodynamic system is stabilized by and object in the environment.
Passive neurodynamic mobilization has been shown to promote nerve function by limiting or altering intraneural fluid accumulation, preventing the adverse effects of intraneural edema.
In recent decades, analysis and design of neurodynamic systems have received much attention [1-16].
Tani, "How can a recurrent neurodynamic predictive coding model cope with fluctuation in temporal patterns?
No cerebrospinal fluid was noted upon aspiration via the catheter and a 3 mL test dose of 1.5% lidocaine with 1: 200,000 epinephrine was negative for any hemodynamic or neurodynamic changes.