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Module 1 dq 2 fixer upperbased oninstructors thoughts. Thank you for this overview Brian but please explain what research methods and designs are used in these five articles. I am having a difficult time following your analysis and the connection of the research studies to GCU's core designs. Let's interpret the articles (make sure these are scholarly/empirical in nature) and tell us what method (quant or qual) was used and what specific research design using GCU's core designs as a guide. I look forward to your review and interpretation! The research articles, Personalized Approach in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: The Current Status of Disease Modifying Therapies (DMTs) and Future Perspectives, D’Amico has strived to bridge the gap between the research problem and the existing information on the research topic. In MAKING A SPLASH FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, Palastr portrays a person’s mind-set with multiple sclerosis by establishing positive thoughts and feelings while swimming to reach a state of euphoria. The Walk in Water article, Butler adopts an exercise routine. “It includes land-based classes–such as yoga, stretching and exercises for seated people–and water based exercise classes and swimming”. In Effects of Ai-Chi on balance, functional mobility, strength and fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis : A pilot study , “ Ai-Chi focuses on balance, strength, relaxation, ?exibility, and breathing ”. Bavraktar supports structure by foc us. The energy cost of level walking before and after hydro-kinesi therapy in patients with spastic paresis, Zamparo and Pagliaro, makes an assessment point, “These positive therapeutic responses were attributed? 1) to the use of dynamic exercise (free style swimming) as compared to traditional techniques of passive and active range of motion; and ii) to the buoyant nature of water which, supporting the body weight, unloads the joints and facilitates mobility” (Zamparo and Pagliaro, 1998). In A study of perceived facilitators to physical activity in neurological conditions, Ellsworth suggests the need for physical activity awareness for people with physical limitations like multiple sclerosis. “These also include (Kosma et al, 2004; Rimmer et al, 2005): ¦ A lack of disability awareness among fitness professionals ¦ Limited condition-specific knowledge among health professionals on appropriate exercises and the bene? ts of exercise for people with disabilities ¦ Decreased self-ef? cacy and negative attitudes to exercise of people with disabilities ¦ Barriers of the health condition itself ¦ A general lack of energy ( Elsworth et al, 2009).