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An ergonomic study of women workers in a woolen textile factory for identification of health-related problems
The observational cross-sectional study conducted on a sample of 100 women workers who volunteered, outlines their cardio-respiratory and musculo-skeletal profile before, during and at end of work.Expand
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Immediate Effect of Jacobson's Progressive Muscular Relaxation in Hypertension
Objective: To study the effectiveness of Jacobson's relaxation techniques as an adjunct therapy in control of hypertension. Design: A Experimental study. Setting: Constituent colleges of PravaraExpand
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Effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and microcurrent electrical nerve stimulation in bruxism associated with masticatory muscle pain--a comparative study.
OBJECTIVES To compare the effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and microcurrent electrical nerve stimulation (MENS) on masticatory muscles pain bruxism patient. Expand
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Effect of Aerobic Interval Training on Blood Pressure and Myocardial function in Hypertensive Patients
Background And Objective-Hypertension is an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD), affecting about 1 billion people worldwide,. Physical activity is recommended as prevention,Expand
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Comparison of Task Specific Exercises and Mirror Therapy to Improve Upper Limb Function in Subacute Stroke Patients
Stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability. Approximately 70% to 80% of people sustaining a stroke have upper limb (UL) impairment. Improving use of the affected UL is important however,Expand
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Health concerns of cancer survivors after primary anti-cancer treatment
PurposeCancer survivors experience significant health concerns compared to the general population. Sydney Survivorship Clinic (SSC) is a multi-disciplinary clinic aiming to help survivors treatedExpand
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Effect of Motor Control Program in Improving Gross Motor Function and Postural Control in Children with Sensorineural Hearing Loss-A Pilot Study
Background: Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is the most common type of permanent hearing impairment and results from damage to the inner ear or the nerve pathway. Children with hearing impairmentExpand
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Learning styles among the outstanding physiotherapy undergraduates students.
Background: Teaching the undergraduate physiotherapy students is an important role of physiotherapy educators and it’s like investing in future of this profession. Optimal learning environmentsExpand
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Effectiveness of coccygeal manipulation in coccydynia: A randomized control trial
The sacrococcygeal junction remains movable throughout life but, rarely, may fuse. Because of its muscular attachments, the coccyx is in constant motion, particularly in the act of defecation.Expand
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