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Assessing the fall risks of community-dwelling stroke survivors using the Short-form Physiological Profile Assessment (S-PPA)

generalizability. Supporting information S1 File. This is the S-PPA dataset. (XLS) Author Contributions Conceptualization: Shamay S. M. Ng. Data curation: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Formal analysis: Tai-Wa ... Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Funding acquisition: Shamay S. M. Ng. Investigation: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Methodology: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Project administration: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng

The reliability and validity of the Survey of Activities and Fear of Falling in the Elderly for assessing fear and activity avoidance among stroke survivors

15101217) from the Research Grants Council, Hong Kong to Dr. Shamay S. M. Ng and her team. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the ... -C file. (PDF) Author Contributions Conceptualization: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Data curation: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Formal analysis: Tai-Wa Liu, Shamay S. M. Ng. Funding acquisition

Core Muscle Activity during TRX Suspension Exercises with and without Kinesiology Taping in Adults with Chronic Low Back Pain: Implications for Rehabilitation

J. Macfarlane,1 Shamay S. M. Ng,2 Young-Hyeon Bae,3,4 Eleanor W. Y. Chan,5 and X. Guo2 1Institute of Human Performance, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong 2Department of Rehabilitation

Core Muscle Activity during TRX Suspension Exercises with and without Kinesiology Taping in Adults with Chronic Low Back Pain: Implications for Rehabilitation

J. Macfarlane,1 Shamay S. M. Ng,2 Young-Hyeon Bae,3,4 Eleanor W. Y. Chan,5 and X. Guo2 1Institute of Human Performance, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong 2Department of Rehabilitation

Effects of Ving Tsun Chinese Martial Art Training on Upper Extremity Muscle Strength and Eye-Hand Coordination in Community-Dwelling Middle-Aged and Older Adults: A Pilot Study

 Shamay S. M. Ng,3 Yoyo T. Y. Cheng,1,2 Janet Y. H. Wong,4 Esther Y. T. Yu,5 Gary C. C. Chow,1,2,6 Yvonne T. C. Chak,7 Ivy K. Y. Chan,8 Joni Zhang,1 Duncan Macfarlane,1 and Louisa M. Y. Chung9 1Institute

Effects of Qigong Training on Health-Related Quality of Life, Functioning, and Cancer-Related Symptoms in Survivors of Nasopharyngeal Cancer: A Pilot Study

This study aimed to investigate the effects of Qigong intervention on quality of life (QOL), health-related functioning, and cancer-related symptoms in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer (NPC). Twenty-five survivors of NPC were included in the experimental group (mean age ± SD: 55.4 ± 7.5 years) and 27 in the control group (mean age ± SD: 58.7 ± 9.5 years). The experimental group...

Musculoskeletal Strength, Balance Performance, and Self-Efficacy in Elderly Ving Tsun Chinese Martial Art Practitioners: Implications for Fall Prevention

Objectives. To (1) compare the bone strength, lower limb muscular strength, functional balance performance, and balance self-efficacy between Ving Tsun (VT) martial art practitioners and nonpractitioners and (2) identify the associations between lower limb muscular strength, functional balance performance, and balance self-efficacy among the VT-trained participants. Methods...

Balance Performance in Irradiated Survivors of Nasopharyngeal Cancer with and without Tai Chi Qigong Training

the study, was involved in the data collection process, and contributed to the write-up of the paper. Shamay S. M. Ng contributed to the conceptualization of the study, cosupervised the data collection

Balance Performance in Irradiated Survivors of Nasopharyngeal Cancer with and without Tai Chi Qigong Training

involved in the data collection process, and contributed to the write-up of the paper. Shamay S. M. Ng contributed to the conceptualization of the study, cosupervised the data collection and analysis

Balance Performance in Irradiated Survivors of Nasopharyngeal Cancer with and without Tai Chi Qigong Training

of the study, was involved in the data collection process, and contributed to the write-up of the paper. Shamay S. M. Ng contributed to the conceptualization of the study, cosupervised the data