Gehan M. Ahmed

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Background: Among patients operated upon for lumbar disc prolapse, many of them suffering from residual sciatic pain, and decreased mobility Objective: To evaluate the effect of early physical therapy intervention after lumbar disc surgery. Methods: Fourty patients from both gender randomly assigned into two equal groups. Group I (study group) started(More)
Background: Lumbosacral radiculopathy is a common entity in clinical practice and is frequently caused by disc herniation or degenerative changes in vertebrae. Most patients recover with conservative care, including physical therapy. Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the immediate neurophysiologic effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve(More)
Background and Purpose: More than 60% of stroke survivors suffer from persistent neurological deficits that impair activities of daily living. Electrical stimulation is shown to be effective in enhancing the upper extremity functional recovery in stroke patients. The goal of this study was to compare between the effect of central and peripheral stimulation(More)
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