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January-June 2019| Vol 13| Issue 1


The allied and health-care professions bill 2018: Implications for physiotherapists

The WHO defines human resources for health (HRH) as the stock of all individuals engaged in the promotion, protection, or improvement of population health.[1] HRH encompasses all of the men and women ...

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Pragati Pustak – A parent-oriented screening tool for identification of developmental delay in children till 2 years of age

INTRODUCTION: To empower the parents to detect developmental delay in the early stage of a child's life, a community-oriented tool was developed. This tool primarily aimed at helping parent...

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Reliability of modified sphygmomanometer for measurement of maximum isometric shoulder muscle strength

BACKGROUND: To evaluate the changes in muscle performance, precise, reliable, and valid methods to assess muscle performance should be applied. Sphygmomanometer is an easily available instrumen...

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Validation of Duke Activity Status Index questionnaire to determine functional capacity in young healthy nonexercising individuals

OBJECTIVE: The objective of the study is to correlate maximum oxygen uptake (VO2 max) obtained from subjective measure using Duke Activity Status Index (DASI) scale with objective as...

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Study of the association between scapular position and mobile phone usage in college students: An observational descriptive study

INTRODUCTION: Scapula forms the basis of upper-extremity posture, and any alteration in the position of the scapula is a predisposing factor for musculoskeletal aches and pain. STUDY OBJECT...

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ISSN - Print: 0973-6549,
Online: 2589-5583

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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