Bucher fremdsprachig wahlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mochten. While normal aging is associated with neuromuscular changes even greater neuromuscular deficits are seen in musculoskeletal conditions including knee oa these neuromuscular changes may contribute to the high rate of falls experienced by those with oa therefore it is important to understand how balance is influenced by the neurophysiological changes associated with normal aging as well as . Loss of cells from the motor system occurs during the normal aging process leading to reduction in the complement of motor neurons and muscle fibers. Loss of cells from the motor system occurs during the normal aging process leading to reduction in the complement of motor neurons and muscle fibers. There is strong proof of concept evidence that aging results in a plethora of changes in the neuromuscular system that could theoretically effect neuromuscular function these include changes in the nervous system such as reductions in corticospinal excitability degeneration as well as altered biophysical and behavioral characteristics of motor neurons among others for review see 19 22
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