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January-June 2017| Vol 11| Issue 1

Editorial

Direction of literature creation for Indian Physiotherapy

The value of a profession in any given society is directly proportion to its intellectual contribution toward solving the problems of the society. Creation of knowledge is one of the important jobs ...


Invited Article

Dr. M. G. Mokashi: “My Guru”

I met Sir for the first time during my final year practical examinations of physical therapy (PT) in surgical conditions in 1980. My batch being the first batch of the 3½ years' course, we ...


View Point

An evaluative commentary on physical therapy intervention in headache

This paper evaluates the usefulness of various physical therapy interventions used to treat a headache. According to the World Health Organization's ranking of causes of disability, headache dis...


Review of Literature

Extensor trunk muscle activity during stabilization exercises: An update

Stabilization exercises are commonly employed exercises and are popular due to reduction in spinal loads and for strengthening of trunk extensors. Different stabilization exercises are performed in ...


Original Article

Occurrence of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy in cancer patients at Belagavi city: An observational study

Background: Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a progressive condition, often irreversible. The chances of peripheral nervous system getting affected by the antineoplastic d...


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Physiotherapy - The Journal of Indian Association of Physiotherapists, a publication of Indian Association of Physiotherapists, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published.

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