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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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

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  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Whole-body vibration (WBV) has been increasingly used for performance enhancement as well as for treatment of some conditions. There is much focus on the study of muscular performance accompanied by WBVs; howe...

    Authors: Salah Eldin B. Elsayed, Neveen A. Abdel Raoof and Omnia M. Elsayed
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21010048
  10. Standardized assessment is a legal and ethical professional requirement in clinical decision-making. Clinical guidelines emphasize the importance of clinical assessment and documentation to foster the implemen...

    Authors: Aliaa Rehan Youssef and Mohammed Gumaa Bakry
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21010032
  11. Labor pain is a common complaint. The method used to reduce maternal discomfort should be efficacious and safe for the mother and the child. Several alternative methods have been reported to reduce childbirth ...

    Authors: Ghada E. El-Refaye, Engy M. El Nahas and Hassan O. Ghareeb
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21010023
  12. Respiratory complications are the most common complications after surgery.

    Authors: Heba M. Mohamady, Intsar S. Waked and Asmaa F. Attalla
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21010017
  13. Obesity has adverse consequences on the immune system, causing immunosuppression, and thus increasing the incidence of infections and certain types of cancer in obese individuals. The aim of this study was to ...

    Authors: Gihan S. Mohamed and Mona M. Taha
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21010011
  14. Although the effects of the respiratory techniques are appreciated, it is yet in need to be defined for the treatment of children with bronchial asthma. Thus, this study aimed to compare the effects of the act...

    Authors: Ragab K. Elnaggar and Mohammed A. Shendy
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 21:21010001
  15. An accurate noninvasive measurement of spinal angles is crucial for detecting postural problems and for assessing therapeutic intervention for students in school. This study was conducted to evaluate the intra...

    Authors: Nesma A. Helmya, Mohsen M. El-Sayyadb and Omaima M. Kattabeib
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 20:20020193
  16. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has become one of the most common causes of liver disease worldwide and has been recognized as a major health burden. To date, no evidence-based therapy has proven to b...

    Authors: Hany F. Elsisia and Yasser M. Aneisb
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 20:20020181
  17. Postural control deficit is one of the primary causes of impairments in hemiparetic cerebral palsy, and ankle strategy is one of the muscle synergies to control posture. The purpose of this study was to evalua...

    Authors: Zeinab A. Hussein and Gehan H. El-Meniawy
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 20:20020154
  18. Spastic diplegia is the most common pattern of motor impairment in patients with cerebral palsy (CP) because of a number of deficits, including poor muscle control, weakness, impaired balance, and spasticity, ...

    Authors: Wanees M. Badawya and Mohamed B. Ibrahimb
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 20:20020146
  19. An individual experiencing delayed-onset muscle soreness notices pain and aching within the affected muscles, decreased range of motion, and loss in muscle strength beginning 12–24 h after exercise, peaking be...

    Authors: Salah Eldin B. Elsayed, Neveen A. Abdel Raoof and Nagwa S. Abdallah
    Citation: Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy 2016 20:20020137

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