SammendragMsc oppgaver

Sammendrag MSc oppgaver

Her finnes sammendrag av masteroppgaver til kiropraktorer i Norge som har gjennomført studie innen pediatrisk muskel-skjeletthelse (MSc Advanced Professional Practice Paediatric Muscoloskeletal Health), ved Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.

Her finnes sammendrag av masteroppgaver til kiropraktorer i Norge som har gjennomført studie innen pediatrisk muskel-skjeletthelse (MSc Advanced Professional Practice Paediatric Muscoloskeletal Health), ved Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.

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Are School Children in Norway fit and Active? A cross-sectional survey

A cross-sectional questionnaire survey administered to children in a Norwegian school-setting.

Elisabeth Gløersen Prøsch, 2017

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Providing musculoskeletal healthcare for the infant pediatric patient: A cross-sectional analysis of Norwegian chiropractors and manual therapists

In 2015 The Norwegian Physiotherapy Association requested Norwegian health authorities to construct clinical guidelines regarding examination and treatment of infants, aged 0-6 months within private healthcare.

Kristin Lo Nystrøm, 2017

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Children and adolescents presenting to chiropractors in Norway: National Health Insurance data and a detailed survey

Ideen om kiropraktorbehandling for barn er kontroversielt, men likevel er det mange foreldre som oppsøker denne type behandling til barna sine. Årsakene til dette er ikke godt dokumentert.

Anna Allen, 2016

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Prevalence of spinal pain and headache amongst 16-17-year old students attending Malakoff Advanced Level School in Moss, Norway: A cross sectional study.

Musculoskeletal issues are very common and costly complaints in the Norwegian society. Problems that start at an early age is likely to continue throughout adulthood.

Marit Jansen Sundmoen, 2016

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Prevalence of Musculoskeletal dysfunction in Infants Presenting for Chiropractic Care in Norway: A Cross-sectional Study

Musculoskeletal injuries are common though considered under-recognized at birth. Little is understood about whether such birth traumas could affect activities of daily living of the newborn, but it is known to affect at least breastfeeding and excessive crying.

Cathrin Alvestad Slettebø, 2015

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Ankyloglossia’s Effects On Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is the superior method of infant feeding; clinicians have the important role of supporting measures that promote breastfeeding. 

Thorleif Henning Monsen, 2016

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Recognition of musculoskeletal problems in infants by Norwegian public health nurses: a cross-sectional survey

Recent research shows an increase in paediatric musculoskeletal (pMSK) problems. Public health nurses (PHNs) in Norway meet almost all infants through the public health clinics and there is little information available on their procedures with regards to musculoskeletal problems in infants.

Gyda Thorsen Nervik, 2015

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Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Complaints In Norwegian School-Aged Children -A Cross Sectional Study

Musculoskeletal complaints are common in children and research indicates that childhood complaints are on the increase and can be a predictor of pain later in life. However, the complaints and prevalence rates are reported with great variations in the literature.

Cathrine Herneblad-Due, 2014

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Maternal report of feeding practices: a cross-sectional survey of 1753 mothers presenting infants to a chiropractic teaching clinic

The objectives of this survey were to investigate maternal choices to initiate or preserve exclusive breastfeeding and to map out the main domains of problems with feeding in infants in a population of mothers who presented their infant for chiropractic care.

Ann Kristin S. Homdrum, 2013

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Physical Activity and Inactivity and the Association with Musculoskeletal Conditions in Norwegian School-aged Children –A Cross-sectional Questionnaire Based Study.

Recent studies indicate a rise in number of pediatric with musculoskeletal (MSK) pain. At the same time, children have increased levels of sedentary behaviour including high levels of screen time.

Anja Blikstad, 2014

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