Exercise Related Research Edmonton | InStep Physical Therapy

Exercise Related Research Edmonton

Exercise Related Research Edmonton | InStep Physical Therapy

Exercise Related Research Edmonton

30 minutes session

  • Consultation
    $85
  • MLD Massage
    $63

45 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $78.75
  • FSM Massage
    $110.25

60 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $105.00
  • FSM Massage
    $136.50
  • CDT Massage
    $115.50

75 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $131.25
  • CDT Massage
    $147.00

90 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $147.00
  • CDT Massage
    $162.75

120 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $189.00
  • CDT Massage
    $183.75

Exercise Related Research Edmonton

The research outlined in this section pertains to two types of research:

  1. Research that assesses the risks and benefits to individuals with or at risk for lymphedema participating in exercise activities.
  2. Research that assesses the benefits of Manual Lymph Drainage to exercise or athletic event recovery
  3.  
 
Is it safe and efficacious for women with lymphedema secondary to breast cancer to lift heavy weights during exercise: a randomised controlled trial Prue Cormie, Kate Pumpa, Daniel A. Galvao, Elizabeth Turner, Nigel Spry, Christobel Saunders, Yvonne Zissiadis, Robert U. Newton. Springer Science and Business Media New York 2013
 
Justin D. Crane, Daniel I. Ogborn, Colleen Cupido, Simon Melov, Alan Hubbard, Jacqueline M. Bourgeois and Mark A. Tarnopolsky Sci Transl Med 1 February 2012
 
Weight Lifting for Women at Risk for Breast Cancer Related Lymphodema – A Randomized Trial Kathryn H. Schmitz, PhD, MPH; Rehana L. Ahmed, MD, PhD; Andrea B. Troxel, ScD; Andrea Cheville, MD, MSCE; Lorita Lewis-Grant, MPH, MSW; Rebecca Smith, MD, MS; Cathy J. Bryan, MEd; Catherine T. Williams-Smith, BS; Jesse Chittams, MS
2010, Journal of the American Medical Assosciation
 
Lymphedema and Exercise Study
Bonnie B. Lasinski, MA, PT, CLT-LANA
2011, Lymphedema Therapy
 
 
Effects of Manual Lymph Drainage on Cardiac Autonomic Tone
International Journal of Neuroscience, 2009; 119: pp 1105 – 1117. S.J. Kim

 

 
2006, American Journal Physical Medicine Rehabilation, Vol 85, No.6. A. Schillinger
 

Markes M, Brockow T, Resch KL (2006) Exercise for women receiving adjuvant therapy for breast cancer. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2(4): CD005001. Mazzoni MC, Skalak TC, Shmid Shönbein BW (1990) Effects of skeletal muscle fiber deformation on lymphatic volumes. AMJ Physiol 259(part 2): H 1860–8

 

Piller N, Craig G, Leduc A, Ryan T (2006) Does breathing have an influence on lymphatic drainage? J Lymphoedema 1(1): 86–8

Lane K, Worsley D, McKenzie D (2005) Lymphoscintigraphy to evaluate the effects of upper body dynamic exercise and handgrip exercise on radiopharmaceutical clearance from hands of healthy females. Lymph Res Biol 3(1): 16–24

Lane K, Jespersen D, McKenzie DC (2005) The effect of a whole body exercise programme and dragon boat training on arm volume and arm circumference in women treated for breast cancer. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl) 14(4): 353–8

Moseley A, Piller N, Carati C (2005) The effect of gentle arm exercise and deep breathing on secondary arm lymphoedema. Lymphology 38(3): 136–45

Penedo FJ, Dahn JR (2005) Exercise and well-being: a review of mental and physical health benefits associated with physical activity. Curr Opin Psych 18(2): 189–93

Sandel SL, Judge JO, Landry N, Faria L, Ouellette R, Majczak M (2005) Dance and movement program improves quality-of-life measures in breast cancer survivors. Cancer Nurs 28(4): 301–9

Box R, Marnes T, Robertson V (2004) Aquatic physiotherapy and breast cancer related lymphoedema. 5th Australasian Lymphology Association Conference Proceedings 47–9

Buckley G, Piller N, Moseley A (2004) Can exercise improve lympatic flow? A pilot trial of the objective measurement of fluid movement in subjects with mild secondary lymphoedema. 5th Australasian Lymphology Association Conference Proceedings, 37–42

Johansson K, Tibe, Kanne L, Skantz H (2004) Controlled physical training for arm lymphedma patients. Lymphology 37(suppl): 37–9

Moseley A, Piller N, Carati C, Esterman A (2004) The Sun Ancon Chi Machine Aerobic Exerciser: a new patient focused, home based therapy for people with chronic secondary leg lymphoedema. Lymphology 37: 53–61

Padberg FT Jr, Johnston MV, Sisto SA (2004) Structured exercise improves calf muscle pump function in chronic venous insufficiency: a randomized trial. J Vasc Surg 39(1): 79–87

Turner J, Hayes S, Reul-Hirche H (2004) ‘Improving the physical status and quality of life of women treated for breast cancer: A pilot study of a structured exercise intervention’. J Surg Oncol 86: 141–6

Yanagisawa O, Kudo H, Takahashi N, Yoshioka H (2004) Magnetic resonance imaging evaluation of cooling on blood flow and oedema in skeletal muscles after exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol 91(5–6): 737–40

Kahn SR, Azoulay L, Hirsch A, Haber M, Strulovitch C, Shrier I (2003) Acute effects of exercise in patients with previous deep venous thrombosis: impact of the postthrombotic syndrome. Chest 123(2): 399–405

Moseley A, Piller N, Carati C, Esterman A (2003) The impact of the Sun Ancon Chi Machine Aerobic Exerciser on chronic oedema of the legs. Aus NZ J Phlebology 7(2): 5–10

Kugler C, Strunk M, Rudofsky G (2001) Venous pressure dynamics of the healthy human leg. Role of muscle activity, joint mobility and anthropometric factors. J Vasc Res 38(1): 20–9

Havas E, Lehtonen M, Vuorela J, Parviainen T, Vihko V (2000) Albumin clearance from human skeletal muscle during prolonged steady-state running. Exp Physiol 85(6): 863–8

Harris SR, Niesen-Vertommen SL (2000) Challenging the myth of exercise-induced lymphedema following breast cancer: a series of case reports. J Surg Oncol 74( 2): 95–8

Yang D, Vandongen YK, Stacey MC (1999) Effect of exercise on calf muscle pump function in patients with chronic venous disease. Br J Surg 86(3): 338–41

Brennan MJ, Miller LT (1998) Overview of treatment options and review of the current role and use of compression garments, intermittent pumps, and exercise in the management of lymphedema. Cancer (suppl) 83(12): 2821–27

Herbertz U (1998) Erysipelas and lymphedema. Fortschritte der Medizin 116(12): 36–40 Johansson K, Ohlsson K, Ingvar C, Albertsson M, Ekdahl C (2002) Factors associated with the development of arm lymphedema following breast cancer treatment: a match pair case-control study. Lymphology 35(2): 59–71

Olszewski WL, Engeset A (1998) Vasomotoric function of lymphatics and lymph transport in limbs during massage and with elastic support. In: Partsch H (ed) Progress in Lymphology XI. Excerpta Medica, International Congress series 779, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 571–5

Casley-Smith JR (1997) Modern Treatment for Lymphoedema 5th edn. Terrace Printing, Australia Coates G, O’Brodovich H, Goeree G (1993) Hindlimb and lung lymph flows during prolonged exercise. J Appl Physiol 75(2): 633–8

Havas E, Parviainen T, Vuorela J, Toivanen J, Nikula T, Vihko V (1997) Lymph flow dynamics in exercising human skeletal muscle as detected by scintography. J Physiol 504(Pt 1): 233–9

Sumner DS (1995) Hemodynamics and pathophysiology of venous disease. In: Rutherford RB, ed. Vascular Surgery. 4th edn. WB Saunders, Philadelphia: 1673–98 Taylor-Piliae RE, Haskell WL, Waters CM, Froelicher ES (2006) Change in perceived psychosocial status following a 12-week Tai Chi exercise programme. J Adv Nurs 54(3): 313–29

McGeown JG, McHale NG, Thornbury KD (1987) The role of external compression and movement in lymph propulsion in the sheep hind limb. J Physiol 387: 83–93 McKenzie DC, Kalda AL (2003) Effect of upper extremity exercise on secondary lymphedema in breast cancer patients: A pilot study. J Clin Oncol 21(3): 463–6

Shields J (1980) Central lymph propulsion. Lymphology 13: 9–17 Stick, C, Hiedl U, Witaleb E (1993) Volume changes in the lower leg during quiet standing and cycling exercise at different ambient temperatures. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol 66(5): 427–33

Gail Matheson, PhD
Gail Matheson, PhD
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I’ve been going to see Lee Saunders for several years for massage thèrepy and he is the best there is. Hands down (so to speak). Salutaris is a very comfortable, clean and welcoming environment. Prices are competitive. Salutaris (and Lee) are well worth visiting.
Julie Barnett
Julie Barnett
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The most impressive thing about Salutaris is that massage is not just a physical, one dimensional activity. At the clinic, massage is a molding and a healing, a bringing back together of body, mind and soul. I see the goal as wanting to return these three to perfect harmony. I have had a few other massage therapists who are very adept at massage therapy. I have never left feeling as whole as when I leave Salutaris.
Dr. Michael Taciuk
Dr. Michael Taciuk
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I had hip resurfacing done – it’s called the Birmingham procedure – on my right hip. I went for Manual Lymph Drainage treatment to see if it would help my recovery. And it did. I was treated very professionally, but also very gently. I felt comfortable and confident that this was the right place for me to be. And the treatment worked. It made me feel better and certainly helped me recover from surgery more quickly.
Bob MacDonald
Bob MacDonald
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I had surgery on my knees. The pain was so intense that people told me it hurt to watch me walk. I knew a little about lymphatic drainage, and thought it might help after surgery. It did. It was fantastic. I could literally see the swelling go down. The therapist drained the equivalent of a bottle of wine in a week. I healed much quicker. The surgeon was amazed I could return to my job, running up and down steel ladders. I’d been terrified I wouldn’t be able to work there again.
Myron Penner
Myron Penner
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“When I first came to Salutaris, I was very skeptical of the MLD technique – but was desperate and willing to try anything. My hip and lower legs were agony from an inflamed disc. I tried other forms of massage and acupuncture but nothing was effective. Since I started MLD and massage therapy at Salutaris I’ve got consistently better. I’m now sleeping through the night and am almost completely off pain medication. As a sufferer of chronic low-back pain, I’ve found this has been the most effective treatment by far.”
Cruise Dleifsnam
Cruise Dleifsnam
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Highly recommend. Nice secretary and they served me well. Felt way better leaving. Her husband had a concussion like me but worse. We had a good talk for like 10 minutes over the phone. So nice of her to take that little extra time and have a great customer bond like that. They truly care about their clients. Give them Your business. Will be seeing you again one day.
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30 minutes session

  • Consultation
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45 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $78.75
  • FSM Massage
    $110.25

60 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $105.00
  • FSM Massage
    $136.50
  • CDT Massage
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75 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $131.25
  • CDT Massage
    $147.00

90 minutes session

  • MLD Massage
    $147.00
  • CDT Massage
    $162.75

120 minutes session

  • CDT Massage
    $183.75