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Mark Christiaan Scheper

Also known as:
M.C. Scheper

Keywords: Generalized Joint Hypermobility,Ehlers Danlos, Hypermobility Syndrome, proprioception, motor control, muscle strength, exercise tolerance

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Scopus Author ID: 55215130300

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Biography

Physical therapist and movement scientist, specialized in pediatric chronic pain and connective tissue disease. PhD Research focussing on fundamental properties of functional ability, specifically in terms of proprioception, motor control and physical fitness. Senior lecturer at the university of applied sciences, education for physical therapy.

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