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Sterling Clint Hilton

Sterling Clint Hilton


Associate Professor

Contact Information

Office: 306-G MCKB

Phone: 801-422-6666


Decreased symptoms without augmented skin blood flow in subjects with RLS/WED after vibration treatment

Volume: 12

Issue: 7

Pages: 947-952

Journal: Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine

Date: 2016

Change of International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group Rating Scale subscales with treatment and placebo - a pilot study

Publisher: Dovepress

Volume: 4

Pages: 1-7

Journal: Journal of Parkinsonism and Restless Legs Syndrome

Date: 2013

Restless Legs Syndrome and Near-Infrared Light Treatment: an alternative treatment option

Volume: 27

Issue: 5

Pages: 345-351

Journal: Physiotherapy Theory and Practice

Date: 2010

Neurophysiological reflex mechanisms do not contribute to the success of PNF stretches (PO-144-RR-TH)



Journal: Physical Therapy

Neurophysiological reflex mechanisms' lack of contribution to the success of PNF stretches

Volume: 18

Pages: 343-357

Journal: Journal of Sports Rehabilitation

Neurophysiological reflex mechanisms do not contribute to the success of pnf stretches

Journal: Physical Therapy

Long-Distance Interval Training Following Pre-Cooling with an Ice Vest

Volume: 3

Pages: 269-275

Journal: International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching


Sociocultural Aspects of Russian-Speaking Parents' Choice of Language of Instruction for Their Children in Estonia: Parental Choice and Language of Instruction Policies and Practices in Estonia

Publisher: University of Chicago Press, for CIES

City: Chicago

Volume: 52

Issue: 1

Pages: 93-119

Journal: Comparative Education Review, Volume 52, No. 1. Pp 93-120


Effects of the Rate of Force Development on Fatigue Onset and Location

Volume: 37

Pages: S443-S444

Journal: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise

Reciprocal inhibition, successive inhibition, autogenic inhibition, or stretch perception alteration: why do PNF stretches work?

Journal: Proceedings of the American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting