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  1. CAPOS syndrome (cerebellar ataxia, areflexia, pescavus, optic atrophy, and sensorineural hearing loss) is a rare congenital autosomal dominant disorder. The resulting neurological sequelae of impairments are p...

    Authors: Shailesh Gardas and Aishwarya Mahajan

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2021 26:8

    Content type: Case Report

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  2. Hemiplegic cerebral palsy (CP) enormously affects the quadriceps and hamstring muscles. It causes weakness in the affected lower-extremity muscles in addition to muscle imbalance and inadequate power productio...

    Authors: Rania G. Hegazy, Amr Almaz Abdel-aziem, Eman I. El Hadidy and Yosra M. Ali

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2021 26:6

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  3. A decrease in muscular activation of the knee and ankle is one of the primary reasons for pes planus. The muscle strength of the knee and ankle in patients with pes planus may affect the performance tests whic...

    Authors: Serkan Bakırhan, Nuray Elibol, Mehmet Özkeskin and Fatih Özden

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2021 26:4

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  4. The pain, fear of movement, and disability are interrelated parameters that may adversely affect the individual in terms of medical and social aspects. This relationship has not been well studied in shoulder p...

    Authors: Fatih Özden, Nazan Tuğay, Özgür Nadiye Karaman, Cem Yalın Kilinç and Baki Umut Tuğay

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2021 26:2

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  5. Handgrip strength (HGS) and pinch strengths (PS) are the common measures to evaluate hand function and predict general health. Normative values of HGS, PS, and prediction equations of HGS for healthy young adu...

    Authors: Afaf Ahmed Mohamed Shaheen, Mohammed Taher Ahmed Omar and Olfat Ibrahim Ali

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2021 26:1

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  6. Physiotherapists are prone to develop work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs). Region wise distribution and frequency of work disturbance have been studied in physiotherapists but exploration of the pro...

    Authors: Vivek H. Ramanandi and Anjan R. Desai

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2021 26:3

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  7. Adequate and efficient standing postural balance is key for functional walking and handling abilities in children with spastic diplegia. This study was designed to evaluate the effect of kinesiotape applied on...

    Authors: Samar Sami Ibrahim, Emam Hassan EL-Negmy, Amina Salem Hindawii and Nahla M. Ibrahim

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:13

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  8. Social media has become an almost essential part of daily life, especially among college students. The wide use of social media by students makes it an attractive tool for educational institutions. Therefore, ...

    Authors: Afaf A. M. Shaheen, Fatim F. Alanazi, Lama B. Alrashid, Raghad A. Almadani, Shaden S. Altamrah, Shahad Z. Almusallam, Syamala Buragadda and Ganeswararao Melam

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:15

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  9. Children with Down syndrome (DS) are characterized by hypotonia resulting in reduced grip and pinch strength. This study aimed to investigate the influence of shoulder stabilization exercises on hand grip stre...

    Authors: Noha Elserty and Eman Wagdy

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:14

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  10. Children with cerebral palsy (CP) are at risk for respiratory dysfunction. Early initiation of pulmonary rehabilitation in addition to conventional physical therapy may result in improvement and maintenance of...

    Authors: Eman H. El Banna, Eman I. El Hadidy and Walaa M. Ali

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:18

    Content type: Review

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  11. A frequent complaint by stroke patients presenting for physiotherapy was perceived shortness of the affected lower limb and inability to weight bear onto the affected side. So, the present study aimed to evalu...

    Authors: Shailesh Gardas and Hemakshi Shah

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:12

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  12. Myofascial trigger point (MTrP) plays a major role in the genesis of mechanical neck pain, which may lead to chronic disorders. The purpose of the study is to investigate and compare the effect of ice massage ...

    Authors: Heba Mohammed Moselhy Al-Najjar, Amal Hassan Mohammed and Dalia Mohammed Mosaad

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:10

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  13. Smartphone use has been associated with pain in the upper quadrant; however, the relationship between usage duration and low back pain is still unclear. This study investigated the association between continuo...

    Authors: Mina Magdy Wahba, Dina Othman Shokri Morsi Galal and Aliaa Rehan Youssef

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:11

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  14. Physiotherapy (PT) is a distinguished developing profession. It has a crucial role in treating temporomandibular disorders (TMD) as an effective intervention to reduce pain and improve TMD symptoms. Not all de...

    Authors: Afaf A. M. Shaheen, Hajar Alhajri, Noura Alrajeeb, Ruba Almoammar, Arwa Alyousef, Syamala Buragadda and Ganeswararao Melam

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:9

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  15. The treatment for children and adolescents with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) can lead to multiple adverse effects, including poor physical capacity and muscle weakness. This study aimed to determine whic...

    Authors: Doaa Mohamed, Faten Abd Alazim, Elham Salem, Nesreen Ali and Dina Elgalaly

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:3

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  16. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) is one of the serious chronic rheumatic disorders in children and adolescents which results in less physical activities and restlessness hours than their peer. The study aim...

    Authors: Mohamed Bedier Ibrahim, Mahmoud Labib, Hamed Khozamy and Wanees Mohamed Badawy

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:6

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  17. Tracheal intubation exposes mechanically ventilated patients to serious pulmonary complications such as ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). This study was conducted to compare the efficacy of manual hyperin...

    Authors: Basant H. Elrefaey and Mohamed S. Zidan

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:4

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  18. Range of motion (ROM) can be considered as one of the most commonly measured variables in musculoskeletal health care. When interpreting ROM, a common method is to compare obtained ROM values to normative data...

    Authors: Shimaa T. Abu El Kasem, Sobhy M. Aly, Ehab M. Kamel and Hisham M. Hussein

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:2

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  19. Nonspecific low back pain (LBP) in collegiate athletes is shown to be accompanied by poor core endurance. Consequently, trunk muscle stabilization exercises for lumbar instability are widely used. Virtual real...

    Authors: Osama Ragaa Abdelraouf, Amr Almaz Abdel-aziem, Ali Osman Selim and Olfat Ibrahim Ali

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:7

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  20. Forward head and rounded shoulder posture (FHRSP) is a common clinical postural misalignment. It leads to flexion posture of the spine which increases the amount of tension on the nerve roots, which inversely ...

    Authors: Dalia Mohammed Mosaad, Amr Almaz Abdel-aziem, Ghada Ismail Mohamed, Enas Anwr Abd-Elaty and Karima Salah Mohammed

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:5

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  21. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a cyclic disorder that affects social activities, interpersonal relationship, and educational productivity of adolescents. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the effect of wh...

    Authors: Abeer M. ElDeeb, Hanaa K. Atta and Doaa A. Osman

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2020 25:1

    Content type: Original Research Article

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  22. Quality improvement has become a central tenet of physiotherapy care. Quality indicators (QIs) as measurable elements of care have been used over the past 25 years to analyze and evaluate the quality of physio...

    Authors: Rob A.B. Oostendorp, J.W. Hans Elvers and Emiel van Trijffel

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2402113

    Content type: Review article

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  23. Walking aids and ankle–foot orthoses (AFOs) are designed to address gait problems. These devices are common among children with cerebral palsy (CP), as those children’s ability to ambulate is a big concern for...

    Authors: Walaa Abd El-Hakiem Abd El-Nabie, Heba G. Abd El Aziz and Shorouk Elshennawy

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2402099

    Content type: Original article

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  24. Postural instability and muscle fatigue are from elementary causes of deteriorations in children with cerebral palsy (CP). The aim of this study was to investigate the immediate effect of maximal treadmill wal...

    Authors: Walaa A. Abd El-Nabie and Maha A. Attia

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2402079

    Content type: Original article

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  25. The hip abductors and adductors play an important role in the stability of the hip and knee joints and knee injury risk. Menstrual cycle is associated with hormones fluctuations that may affect functions of mu...

    Authors: Abeer M. ElDeeb, Doaa M. Osman, Hanaa K. Atta and Hamada A. Hamada

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2402072

    Content type: Original article

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  26. Cellulite is a widespread problem involving women’s buttocks and thighs (85% of postadolescent women). It is characterized by an irregular, dimpled skin surface with thinning of the epidermis/dermis and presen...

    Authors: Haidy N. Ashem, Amira H. Draz and Amr A. Abdel-Aziem

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2402066

    Content type: Original article

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  27. Psoriasis is a common, immune-mediated, inflammatory disease that can affect all aspects of a person’s life including esthetic appearance, relationships with others, and psychological, social, and physical fun...

    Authors: Ereny S. Wahba

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2402057

    Content type: Original article

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  28. Hypertension is the most important risk factor that affects women in the early years of postmenopausal period. Approximately 30–50%of the women develop hypertension before starting the age of 60 years, and beg...

    Authors: Ghada E. El-Refaye and Hanaa A. Younis

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2401040

    Content type: Original article

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  29. Diabetes is a major health problem in nowadays’ society, as the number of patients with diabetes is growing continuously with their diabetic complications, especially kidney diseases, which is the most feared ...

    Authors: Abdel Raoof A. Neveen, El Nahas G. Nesreen, Marae K. Nadia and Galal M. Al Shaimaa

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2019 24:2401001

    Content type: Original article

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  30. In the article titled, “Effect of kinesio taping therapy combined with breathing exercises on childbirth duration and labor pain: a randomized controlled trial” published in pages 23–31, issue 1, vol. 21 of Bu...

    Authors: Ghada E. El-Refaye, Engy M. El Nahas and Hassan O. Ghareeb

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21020097

    Content type: Erratum

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    The original article was published in Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:Art4

  31. The effectiveness of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) following an acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is well established. However, ACS complicated by an orthopedic limitation, poses greater challenges to...

    Authors: Rashida Y. Bookwala, Abraham S. Babu, Arun G. Maiya, Tom Devasia and Barry A. Franklin

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21020094

    Content type: Original article

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  32. Goniometry is a tool used frequently for measuring and documenting range of motion (ROM) during a physical therapy examination. With modern innovations in technology, new methods other than the universal gonio...

    Authors: Reham M. Abd Elrahim, Eman A. Embaby, Mohamed F. Ali and Ragia M. Kamel

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21020080

    Content type: Original article

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  33. Functional ankle instability (FAI) represents 40–75% of residual disability after acute lateral ankle sprain. FAI has been associated with impaired muscle strength and postural and neuromuscular control.

    Authors: Olfat Ibrahim Ali and Sahar Abdallah Alasar

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21020074

    Content type: Original article

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  34. Trunk control can offer many solutions for posture and movement. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of using modified trunk belt on sitting and standing in diplegic children.

    Authors: Hend A. Wahsh, Kamal E. Shoukry and Nanees E. Mohamed

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21020068

    Content type: Original article

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  35. Radical cystectomy at times involves respiratory physical therapy aiming to reverse pulmonary dysfunction, thus avoiding postoperative pulmonary complications that increase hospital morbidity.

    Authors: Eman M. Othman, Shaimaa A. Abaas and Hamada H. Hassan

    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21020061

    Content type: Original article

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