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JER [Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation]

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  • 자료유형
    학술지
  • 발행기관
    한국운동재활학회 [Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation]
  • ISSN
    2288-176X
  • EISSN
    2288-1778
  • 간기
    격월간
  • 수록기간
    2013~2019
  • 등재여부
    KCI 등재,SCOPUS
  • 주제분류
    의약학 > 재활의학
  • 십진분류
    KDC 514.03 DDC 617.03
Vol.11 No.1 (10건)
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Editorial

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Exercise rehabilitation in era of convergence

Khae-Hawn Kim

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 p.1

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Review Article

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Forbidden fruit for athletes, but possible divine blessing for rehabilitation : testosterone

Kyung-Jin Chung, Khae-Hawn Kim

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.2-4

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Testosterone is regarded as an attractive supplement for obtaining masculinity and sexuality; however, there have been pros and cons regarding its application as a treatment. In addition, there is also conventional repulsion on adoption of testosterone to any kind of exercise to anyone with concern with sports. However, we should keep in mind that in terms of rehabilitation, our main concern is not fairness but efficiency. And there are obvious advantages of testosterone in recovery and rejuvenation. We aim to introduce the possibility of testosterone in recovery and rejuvenation and are to bring up a topic the application of testosterone in exercise rehabilitation. Considering the light and darkness in testosterone, moderate use of testosterone under professional medication counseling might be an effective possibility to those with sickness and illness and should be considered as a possible option to assist the recovery from frailty and illness.

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Original Articles

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Treadmill exercise improves short-term memory by enhancing hippocampal cell proliferation in quinolinic acid-induced Huntington's disease rats

You-Mi Kim, Eun-Sang Ji, Sang-Hoon Kim, Tae-Woon Kim, ll-Gyu Ko, Jun-Jang Jin, Chang-Ju Kim, Tae-Wook Kim, Dong-Hee Kim

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.5-11

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Huntington's disease (HD) is an inherited genetic disorder, characterized by cognitive dysfunction and abnormal body movements called chorea. Quinolinic acid (QA) is an endogenous metabolite oftryptophan in the kynurenine pathway. QA-induced alterations are similar to the symptoms of HD patients. Physical exercise has beneficial effects on the brain functions. Exercise increases production of neurotrophic factors in the brain and improves learning ability and memory function. In the present study, we investigated the effects of treadmill exercise short-term memory on QA-induced HD rats in relation with cell proliferation. For the induction of Huntington's animal model, 2 uL of 100 nmol QA was intrastriatal injected into the rats. The rats in the treadmill exercise groups were forced to run on a treadmill for 30 min once a day, five times a week for 2 weeks. Step-down avoidance test was conducted for the determination of short-term memory. Cell proliferation in the hippocampal dentate gyrus was determined by 5-bromo-2'-deoxyuridine (BrdU) and double cortin (DCX) immunohistochemistry. Western blot for brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and tyrosine kinase B (TrkB) were performed. In the present results, treadmill exercise alleviated QA-induced short-term memory impairment in HD rats. Treadmill exercise increased cell proliferation in the hippocampal dentate gyrus through enhancing BDNF expression in the HD rats. These results revealed that treadmill exercise is effective for the symptom improvement in the HD patients.

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Postnatal treadmill exercise attenuates prenatal stress-induced apoptosis through enhancing serotonin expression in aged-offspring rats

Tae-Woon Kim, Eun-Sang Ji, Tae-Wook Kim, Sang-Won Lee, Choong-Yeol Lee, Sam-Jun Lee

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.12-19

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Maternal stress during pregnancy affects negative impact on health of offspring. In the present study, we compared the effects of maternal treadmill exercise and offspring treadmill exercise on prenatal stress-induced apoptosis and serotonin expression in offspring. Stress to the pregnant rats was induced by exposure of maternal rats to the hunting dog in an enclosed room. Exposure time was 10 min, three times per day, with a 1-h interval between exposures. This regimen was maintained from the seventh day of gestation until delivery. The preg-nant rats in the exercise group were forced to run on a motorized tread-mill for 30 min once a day, started 7 days after pregnancy until delivery. The offspring in the exercise group were forced to run on a motorized treadmill for 30 min once a day, started 4 weeks after birth for 4 weeks. In the present results, offspring exposed to prenatal stress exhibited lower Bcl-2 level and higher Bax level in the hippocampus, lower 5-hy-droxytryptamine (5-HT) and tryptophan hydroxylase (TPH) expression in the dorsal raphe, and higher c-Fos expression in the locus coeruleus compared to age-matched control rats. Treadmill exercise of offspring suppressed Bax expression and enhanced Bcl-2 expression in the hip-pocampus, increased 5-HT and TPH expression in the dorsal raphe, and enhanced c-Fos expression in the locus coeruleus of offspring. Tread-mill exercise of offspring suppressed prenatal stress-induced apoptosis and normalized prenatal stress-induced alterations in serotonin synthe-sis and neuronal activation. However maternal treadmill exercise during pregnancy exerted no significant effect on offspring.

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Exercise facilitators and barriers following participation in a community-based exercise and education program for cancer survivors

Oren Cheifetz, Jan Park Dorsay, Joy C. MacDermid

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.20-29

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Cancer survivors participating in supervised exercise programs learn toexercise safely with oversight from care providers who monitor and facilitatetheir progress. This study investigated the long-term exerciseparticipation levels and identified exercise barriers for graduates from aspecialized cancer exercise and education program. Subjects weregraduates from a 12-week supervised exercise program (www.canwellprogram. ca) who participated in a, prospective, long-term evaluation. Measures included: six-min walk test (6-MWT), STEEP treadmilltest, Functional Assessment Cancer Therapy-General (FACT-G), EdmontonSymptom Assessment System (ESAS), Godin Leisure-Time ExerciseQuestionnaire, and exercise barriers survey. Analysis was performedusing the paired t -test. Fifty-seven (55% of eligible cohort) CanWell participants(mean age= 60; 74% females) were included in this study. Postprogram changes included statistically significant reductions in totalmin on the treadmill and a trend towards improvements in 6-MWT distance. No significant changes were recorded in total FACT-G or ESASscore, however functional well-being approached statistical significantimprovements. The most commonly reported exercise barriers includedfatigue, cost, and return to work. While most participants (86%) believedthey were able to exercise, only 63% reported being able to progresstheir exercise. These finding demonstrated that although CanWell graduateshave substantial support from exercise specialists and most haveearly success with exercise, environment-related factors diminish longtermindependent adherence to exercise. Providing cancer survivorswith the skills needed to monitor and progress their exercise routines,or access to “tune-ups” may increase exercise adherence and maximizebenefits.

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Original Article

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A study on the effect of self bedside exercise program on resilience and activities of daily living for patients with hemiplegia

Yang-Chool Lee, Eun-Surk Yi, Won-Ho Choi, Byung-Mun Lee, Sung-Bo Cho, Ji-Youn Kim

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.30-35

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The purpose of this study was to design a repeatable universal rehabili-tation program in which patients with hemiplegia can participate volun-tarily, complementing physical and occupational therapies to increase voluntary exercise practice rate. Also, this study attempted to identify the relationship between psychological resilience due to the implemen-tation of self-bedside exercise and functional recovery of activity of dai-ly living (ADL). 12 patients with hemiplegia voluntarily participated in 8 weeks of self-bedside exercise 5 times a day and more than 5 days a week. Their program implementation, resilience, activities of daily living (MBI), upper limb motor functions (MFT), and balance ability (BBS) were analyzed and compared before and after the program. Compared to before implementing the program, significant increases were found in resilience, MBI, BBS, and MFT in the affected side after the imple-mentation, and the resilience scores showed statistically positive cor-relation in MBI and MFT. Also, the change in resilience before and after the program implementation showed a statistically positive correlation. Therefore, it can be concluded that the self-bedside exercise devel-oped in this study had a positive effect on voluntary participation in ex-ercise as well as resilience and ADL. However, many studies which complement the psychological aspects of hemiparetic patients with stroke are still needed.

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The effects of band exercise using proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation on muscular strength in lower extremity

Hyun-Seung Rhyu, Su-Hyun Kim, Hye-Sang Park

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.36-40

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The purpose of this study was to examine whether a six-week elastic band exercise program using proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) can increase isotonic strength of abductor muscles in the lower extremity. Twenty-eight healthy students from S university were divided into an experimental group and control group. Each group was partici-pated in pre and post-measurement in isotonic strength using an iso-tonic analyzer, En-treeM. Experimental group performed elastic band exercise using PNF pattern for a six-weeks, in contrast, control group did not take any exercise. In the results of this study, isotonic strength measurements of abductor muscles in lower extremity in experimental group were significantly different after exercise, but control group did not show any significant changes. Therefore, we hope that resistive ex-ercise would be very valuable for healthy people as well as the old peo-ple with weakened muscle strength.

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On school violence in Korean middle school, prevention and reaction measures

Se-Jeong Kwon, Tae-Young Kim

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.41-47

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This study is aiming to explore the practical and realistic measure in more variable way, which enables us to manage the problems about school violence we are currently facing as well as to overcome limita-tions in the current situation where we react only with punishments, mainly in the form of the law enforcement, supported by the police. This study was conducted on male and female students (n=424) and teach-ers (n=136) attending at the seven middle schools located in Seoul. The frequency analysis, one way ANOVA F-test, t -test, the multiple regres-sion analysis were applied. Students recognize’ harmful environmental cleanup’ as an important variable or factor to reduce school violence. Also, both teachers and students are aware that ‘regular survey on school violence’ could reduce school violence. In conclusion, it is con-sidered that as an effective and viable prevention measure against school violence, more attention and affection efforts need to be activat-ed and addressed, on the part of home, school, and government, which will enable our young generations of students to be brought up, and take up the future of our country.

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Original Articles

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Effects of participation in swimming lessons on health perception and belief

Deuk-Ja Oh, Bo-Ae Lee

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.48-56

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This study was conducted to investigate the effects of the degree of participation in swimming lessons and the participation styles on health perception and belief. To do this, several analyses were conducted—statistical analysis, frequency analysis, factorial analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis, and regression analysis—using SPSS 18.0. A total of 300 copies of the questionnaire were distributed and af-ter excluding those that are considered invalid, only 278 copies were used for the study. As a result, first, for the participants for “30 min. - 1 h,” “1 h - 2 h,” and “more than 2 h” in time and “2-3 times a week” and “4-5 times a week” in frequency, swimming lessons in types had a sig-nificant effect on health interest and health concern. Second, partici-pants for “30 min-. – 1 h” and “1 h - 2 h” in time and “hard’ in intensity had a significant effect on resistance and sensitivity. Third, all frequen-cies and intensities excluding the participants for “15 min. - 30 min.” and “swimming lessons” in types had a significant effect on perceived benefit. Fourth, all participants for a time period did not have a signifi-cant effect on the perceived disability, but they all had a significant ef-fect on the former in terms of frequency and intensity. This being said, however, the participating types did not have any a significant effect.

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A follow-up study on the physique, body composition, physical fitness, and isokinetic strength of female collegiate Taekwondo athletes

Hyun-Bae Kim, Hyun-Chul Jung, Jong-Kook Song, Joo-Hee Chai, Eun-Jae Lee

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.11 No.1 2015.02 pp.57-64

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The purpose of the study was to analyze changes in physique, body composition, physical fitness, and isokinetic strength in female colle-giate taekwondo athletes. The study included 14 subjects, of whom 8 were followed up throughout the study. Anthropometric characteristics included body weight, height, sitting height, circumferences, and bone width. Physical fitness parameters included flexibility, agility, muscle strength, muscular endurance, power, speed, and cardiorespiratory en-durance. Peak torque, mean power, and H/Q ratio were analyzed by us-ing Cybex 770. All data were analyzed by using the SAS statistical pro-gram. Paired t test was performed, with 0.05 as the significance level. The results indicated significant changes in body weight, and upper arm and flexed upper arm circumferences during the experimental pe-riod. Test scores for plate tapping, and sit and reach significantly in-creased, but that for power decreased. In addition, the peak power of right flexion at 180°/sec was significantly increased, as well as the mean power of right and left flexion, and the H/Q ratio at 180°/sec.

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