The aim of the Adapted Physical Activity (APA) research unit consists of the study of the relationship ‘impairment – activity’ in the continuum from rehabilitation to elite sports. Minimizing the impact of impairment on activity will enlarge the social range of action (rehabilitation) and provide a solid basis for fair sports classification (elite sports). Future research of the APA unit is embedded in international research projects ...
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences Ghent University
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences KU Leuven
Cardiovascular & respiratory rehabilitation, adapted physical activity & psychomotor therapy. Within this unit clinical & fundamental research are encouraged. There is a close cooperation and integration with various departments in the University Hospital and the Rehabilitation Center. The research is focused on cardiovascular rehabilitation, exercise capacity, physiotherapeutic interventions in patients with respiratory disease, ...
The Faculty of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences consists of the Department of Kinesiology and the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Overview of the main research activities: Pierre Lievens and Philip van der Veen - Edema after mastectomy : In order to optimalise the physical therapy treatment of edema after mastectomy, the existance of new formed lympho-lymphatic anastomosises is searched on animal models; - The influence of physical means on the lymphatic vasomoticity is investigated; - In the field of electrotherapy we are searching for the optimal parameters for ...
Rehabilitation Research Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The Rehabilitation Research (RERE) group is a very dynamic research team, formed in 2019. Most P.I.’s have heterogeneous research lines, ranging from neurological to oncological rehabilitation and from pediatric to geriatric rehabilitation. Several RERE members still work as a clinician, which stimulates the transition of clinical questions into research questions and vice versa.
All RERE members share one common purpose: we aim to ...
Rehabilitation Research Center Hasselt University
The Rehabilitation Research Center (REVAL) is part of the biomedical research institute (BIOMED) of Hasselt University. Research within the REVAL research group is divided into four subdomains of rehabilitation sciences: