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July-December 2018| Vol 12| Issue 2


Expanding the horizon of physiotherapy profession

As everyone claims of limited knowledge of physiotherapy in the current era, it has evolved from the times of the great Hippocrates who used various physical methods for physical impairments.[1] What ...

Original Article

Cognition and quality of life in older adults

BACKGROUND: According to the recent report by the Ministry of Statistics in India, number of elderly accounts for 8.6% of the country's population. Aging causes biological as well as ps...

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Reaction time in sitting and standing postures among typical young adults

CONTEXT: Reaction time (RT) is one of the important components of physical fitness. Evaluation of RT is vital to understand and plan a training program. There is a need to comprehend the normat...

Original Article

Comparative effects of Stratified Back care approaches in individuals with nonspecific low back pain

BACKGROUND: Stratified Back care is a recently developed method for treating low back pain. PURPOSE: This study compared the effects of two stratified care approaches (sub-grouping for ...

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Enhancing professionalism in physiotherapy interns using a structured teaching and assessment module

INTRODUCTION: Professionalism describes the skills, competency, attributes, and behavior of an individual belonging to a profession. The physiotherapy graduate on completion of internship has 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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