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July-December 2022| Vol 6| Issue 2


Statistical inference through estimation: Recommendations from the International Society of Physiotherapy Journal Editors

Null hypothesis statistical tests are often conducted in health care research,[1] including in the physiotherapy field.[2] Despite their widespread use, null hypothesis statistical tests have import...


Perpetuating chronic injuries in the young sports’ person?

The participation of children in sports is promoted from a very young age as it leads to overall fitness and comprehensive development of the child—cardiovascular, cognitive, psychological, em...

Original Article

Identifying the relationship between upper limb dysfunction and balance in subacute and chronic stroke hemiparetic patients: A cross-sectional study

Background: Balance deficits in patients with stroke hemiparesis impair functional performance. Influence of the upper limb dysfunction on balance impairments is least studied in this populatio...

Original Article

Comparison of the effect of group vs. individual exercises on balance, gross motor function, and participation in children with cerebral palsy spastic diplegia

Background: Groups exercise platforms provide a wide range of visual and auditory feedback that can be used to facilitate desirable movement patterns. Positive and negative reinforcement strate...

Original Article

Usefulness of National Service Scheme in physiotherapy curriculum: A mixed-methods study

Background and Objectives: National Service Scheme (NSS), as an elective subject in higher education, was introduced in the year 2016 by the University Grants Commission (UGC). From being a pra...

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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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