Physiotherapy Identity: Confusion surrounding the title “Gashi” in Northern Nigeria

Physiotherapy is a branch of medical science that deals with the treatment of injuries and/or disorders by using physical agents. Health care providers have attempted to classify physical agents, mechanical modalities, and/or electrotherapy as “Physiotherapy.”Clinicians identified with a system of

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Psychometric Evaluation of Microsoft Kinect™ in Lumbar Spine Motion Assessment

Background and objective: Microsoft Kinect™ as a non-intrusive motion assessment device may solve the inherent limitations with goniometric and inclinometric approaches in range of motion (ROM) evaluations. This study assessed lumbar spine ROM using the inclinometer and Microsoft Kinect™ devices.

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Reliability of two Smartphone applications to measure the hip range of motion in asymptomatic patients

Hip range of motion (ROM) is a common variable used by clinicians to assess the hip function. Smartphones are present in the daily life of almost the entire population and most of health practitioners own one of them. Smartphones allow

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The Prevalence and Determinants of Adolescents’ Exposure to Beer Advertisements in Shashemene town, Ethiopia

A substantial proportion of alcohol advertising reaches an underage audience and is presented in a style that is attractive to youths. The objective of the research was to assess the prevalence and determinants of underage adolescents’ exposure to beer advertisements

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New Methods of Diagnosis and Therapy of Cerebral Palsy Patients

Despite the development of medicine,the cerebral palsy remains one of the most frequent neurological disorders. Long-term care focused on achieving the patient’s maximum independence is still a challenge for the entire therapeutic team. Therefore, it is understandable that new support

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Changes in gross motor function in patients with cerebral palsy during treatment by the Intensive Neurophysiological Rehabilitation System (the Kozyavkin Method)

Background and aim: Changes in gross motor function during the course of intensive neurophysiological rehabilitation were studied in 61 patients, aged 2-15 years, with spastic forms of cerebral palsy. Methods: All patients were examined before and at the end of

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