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July-December 2021| Vol 5| Issue 2


Physiotherapy education in India: Is it time for reform?

“True education must correspond to the surrounding circumstances or it is not a healthy growth.” Mahatma Gandhi Is the physiotherapy profession in India ready to accept the professional...

Original Article

Immediate effects of toe spreader on balance in subacute and chronic stroke patients

Background: Stroke is one of the commonest neurological disorders causing functional disability. Toe spreader is proven to improve gait in these patients but a study of its effect on balance wa...

Original Article

Immediate effect of therapeutic positioning and breathing exercises on oxygen saturation in critically ill non-intubated COVID-19 patients: A retrospective study

Background: COVID-19 presents with symptoms of fever, headache, dry cough, and dyspnea. Acute hypoxemic respiratory failure is the most common complication occurring in 60%–70% of patient...

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Awareness of ergonomics among remotely working information technology professionals during COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional survey

Background: Ergonomics is the scientific study of human work. The objective of ergonomics is to obtain an effective match between the user and workstation to improve working efficiency, health,...

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Perception of neurophysiotherapists in Maharashtra about scope of teleneurorehabilitation in chronic conditions

Background: Telerehabilitation is a key component in the evolution of healthcare; so it is important to understand the scope and potential of telerehabilitation systems to meet as full a range ...

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ISSN - Print: 2456-7787, Online: 2582-0702

Journal of Society of Indian Physiotherapists, a publication of Society of Indian Physiotherapists, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal.

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