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J-GLOBAL ID:200901082335628475   Update date: Jun. 18, 2019

IKEZOE Tome

イケゾエ トメ | IKEZOE Tome
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (3): Rehabilitation science/Welfare engineering ,  Applied health science ,  Orthopaedic surgery
Research keywords  (1): physical therapy
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Study on the role of the hip muscles.
  • Physical fitness in the elderly
Papers (46):
  • Tabara Y, Ikezoe T, Setoh K, Kawaguchi T, Kosugi S, Nakayama T, Ichihashi N, Tsuboyama T, Matsuda F. Advanced glycation end product accumulation is associated with low skeletal muscle mass, weak muscle strength, and reduced bone density: The Nagahama study. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2018
  • Fukumoto Y,Yamada Y,Ikezoe T, Watanabe Y,Taniguchi M,Sawano S,Minami S, Asai T, Kimura M,Ichihashi N. Association of physical activity with age-related changes in muscle echo intensity in older adults: A 4-year longitudinal study. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2018. 125. 1468-1474
  • Masaki M, Ikezoe T, Kamiya M, Araki K, Isono R, Kato T, Kusano K, Tanaka M, Sato S, Hirono H, Kita K, Tsuboyama T, Ichihashi N. Association of activities of daily living with the load during step ascent motion in nursing home-residing elderly individuals. An Observational Study. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2018. 97. 715-720
  • Tanaka H, Ikezoe T, Nakamura M, Yanase K, Fujita K,Motomura Y, Kusano K, Araki K, Umehara J, Saeki J, Morishita K, Ichihashi N. Improvement in muscle strength with low-load isotonic training depends on fascicle length but not joint angle. Muscle Nerve. 2018. 57. 83-89
  • Ikezoe T, Kobayashi T, Nakamura M, Ichihashi N. Effects of low-load, higher-repetition versus high-load, lower-repetition resistance training not performed to failure on muscle strength, mass, and echo intensity in healthy young men: a time-course study. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2017
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MISC (17):
Education (1):
  • - 1992 College of Medical Technology, Kyoto University
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