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nani: 28 Sep : 04:31 AM

plz pleasec tell me where to do phd in india

Nikhilphysio: 02 Jun : 03:55 AM

I am working as physiotherapist in Shalby hospital ahmedabad for 4 years. I have passed out from Rajiv gandhi university of health and sciences Bangalore. I want to apply for Newzealand physiotherapy board registration so anyone there from India who got registered as physiotherapist in new zealand please help me.

Arun: 10 May : 12:36 AM

Hi Priyank, welcome. Feel free to go through these forum threads returned by search [link]

Priyank: 09 May : 10:28 PM

Hi..need advice. What are the options in Australia after MPT?

Arun: 04 Mar : 02:01 AM

Happy birthday Boopathi and somasimple


An Integrated Model Of "Joint" Function And Its Clinical Application
on 29 Mar 2006 by Diane Lee BSR FCAMT author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Diane Lee BSR FCAMT ; This paper was presented at the 4th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Ba[...]
Revelations from recent research, together with the interdisciplinary sharing of ideas facilitated by the past three World Congresses on Low Back and Pelvic Pain, has lead to the development of a new model for understanding the lumbopelvic region. This model is an integrated one in that it considers the impact of structure (form or anatomy), function [read more]
Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)
on 11 Mar 2006 by Vestibular Disorders Association author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
The goal of VRT is to retrain the brain to recognize and process signals from the vestibular system [...]
Why is therapy needed? If the brain cannot rely on the information it receives from the vestibular system, a person's ability to maintain posture and coordinate balance can become overly dependent on vision or on the information received from the muscles and joints (proprioception). This can lead to developing new patterns of movement to compensate for the change [read more]
Low Back Ache - Prevention of L.B.A. Through Some Simple Tips
on 11 Feb 2006 by Diana author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Back pain is extremely common and most people suffer from it. There are many reasons said to be the [...]
Our body mechanism is designed in such a way that the vertebral column bears the major sum of our body weight, as a result this happens to be the area more prone to wear and tear. Prevention is always better than cure so let us see how to prevent back ache through some simple [read more]
Rotator Cuff Injuries
on 02 Oct 2005 by http://physioguy.com author list
Rotator cuff injuries commonly occur in the world of sports, and also during non-sporting activities[...]
rotator cuff Rotator cuff injuries commonly occur in the world of sports, and also during non-sporting activities. The rotator cuff is the name given to a group of muscles that surround the shoulder joint. These muscles can be injured through overuse, excessive muscle force, direct or indirect trauma. The typical injuries that result are muscle strains, tendinitis / tendinosis and even [read more]
Meniscus of the Knee
on 02 Oct 2005 by http://physioguy.com author list
Knee The menisci (singular: meniscus) are often referred to as the "cartilage" of the knee joint. In each knee, there exists a medial (inside) meniscus and lateral (outside) meniscus. They are sandwiched in between the femur (thigh bone) and the tibia (shin bone). The term cartilage, however, is more often reserved for the articular surfaces of the bones. These bony surfaces are [read more]
Low Back Injuries
on 02 Oct 2005 by http://physioguy.com author list
Back pain is a common complaint among the average person. So common, in fact, that most people will [...]
spinal regionsBack pain is a common complaint among the average person. So common, in fact, that most people will experience a significant back injury at least once in their lifetime. Many factors are related in the onset of back pain, such as posture, occupation, activity, age and anatomical variation. In addition to these factors, the low back is simply subject [read more]
Ankle Ligament Injuries
on 01 Oct 2005 by http://physioguy.com author list
At various joints throughout the body, bands of connective tissue called ligaments function to hold [...]
At various joints throughout the body, bands of connective tissue called ligaments function to hold these joints together. These ligaments create stability, but also allow for normal joint mobility. A sprain refers to the injury of a ligament, which can vary from very mild to severe. The most common grading system for sprains is as follows:Grade I: the ligament is [read more]
General Considerations In The Clinical Application Of Electrical Stimulation
on 21 Feb 2005 by Joyce M. Campbell, Ph.D., P.T. author list
There are several basic and extremely important considerations in determining if electrical stimulat[...]
There are several basic and extremely important considerations in determining if electrical stimulation is indicated. v Each patient is like an individual fingerprint in terms of his or her needs. A knowledgeable clinician or clinical team is required to determine candidacy for ES. v There must be a very specific goal or expected outcome [read more]
The Andrew Leipus story
India's own Aussie
on 22 Dec 2004 by Dileep Premachandran author list
These days, Andrew Leipus's snapshots of India are largely restricted to cricket grounds and the innards of five-star hotels in which the team cocoon themselves. It wasn't always that way. Almost 10 years ago, a young man from Adelaide and his South African girlfriend - now wife - arrived in India with dreams of seeing the country from the locals' perspective. "We travelled around India [read more]
Pragmatic Approach to Obesity
on 30 Aug 2004 by Boopathi A PT author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
There are several options in the society for the obese people to ambiguously follow, and they should be protected from the misleading ways and that is the duty of the medical professionals rather than the fitness trainer. The human body is clearly designed for movement as evidenced by the fact that there are more than 600 skeletal muscles and [read more]
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