|Can acu-TENS improve quality of sleep?
|Can home based resistance training improve perceived and functional abilities for community dwelling elders?
|Can mini-BESTest predict recurrent falls in patients with Parkinson's disease? : a six months prospective study
|Lau, Nga Chi
|Can pre-emptive and continued transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) improve the management of post-operative knee pain?
|Can Tai Chi improve the balance control of elderly persons with visual impairment?
|Chen, Wei Ellen
|The cardiopulmonary fitness of asthmatic children and its relationship with airway reactivity
|Case management approach for return to work of injured workers : studies on effects on system and workers' readiness
|Challenging behaviors of patients with severe developmental disabilities in a hospital
|Change in bone density, geometry and bone strength index of the radius and tibia in chronic stroke survivors
|Yang, Zhen Hui
|Change in work performance over time of persons with mental illness attending vocational rehabilitation program
|Changes of pain threshold by auricular laser therapy with different energy densities
|The Chinese version of assessment of interpersonal problem solving skills
|The choice of electrode placement for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)
|Clients' perspective on modified constraint induced movement therapy for students with hemiplegic cerebral palsy : a pilot study in Hong Kong special schools
|Yuen, Man-lung Ricky
|The clinical effect of oxygen supply by different lengths of nasal cannula from oxygen concentrator
|The clinical efficacy of the 3D-printed transparent facemask on management of facial burn scars
|Clinical screening of developmental dysplasia of the hip in neonates by acoustical technique
|Cognitive predictors of functional impairment in patients with Alzheimer's disease
|Leung, Sze-nok Frank
|Cognitive rehabilitation programme for persons with traumatic brain injury : development and evaluation
|Cognitive-motor interference during walking after stroke : relationship to type and complexity of cognitive and mobility tasks, and underlying neural mechanisms
|Tsang, Sau Lan