Abhijit Dutta

Abhijit Dutta
Assam down town University · Faculty of Paramedical Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability and inpatient rehabilitation admissions. The WHO definition of stroke is rapidly developing clinical signs of focal (global) disturbance of cerebral function, with symptoms lasting 24hours or longer or leading to death, with no apparent cause other than of vascular origin: it includes patients present...
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Stroke which is also known as cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is a leading cause of impairment and disability in the world. There are many factors that affect the functional independence in post stroke people in which gait impairment plays a significant role. The purpose of stroke rehabilitation is to help patients to achieve as high level of functi...
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Core stabilization exercise has become a well-known trend in fitness. The diaphragm, which is a component of core stability, plays a role in respiration and stabilizing the trunk by controlling intra-abdominal pressure. Abdominal exercises, such as sit-ups and leg lifts, are used to enhance the strength of the core muscles. Correct breathing (espec...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is an extremely prevalent Rheumatic Musculoskeletal disorder and the prevalence of knee OA in peri-menopausal and post-menopausal women is reported to be high in many parts of India. Though a growing body of evidence suggests the effectiveness of Combined Kinetic Chain Exercises (CCEs) in the management of knee OA but a precise...
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Plantar Fasciitis (PF) is a common cause of heel pain which occurs mostly due to weight-bearing, standing occupation, injury to the heel of foot. It is often characterized by progressive pain with weight-bearing, especially the first few steps in the morning often persisting for months. Present literatures provides management strategies for this mu...
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The trunk control is a basic motor skill necessary to perform many functional tasks and is deficient in patients suffering from cerebrovascular accident (CVA). Stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is an abrupt onset of a focal neurological deficit lasting more than 24 hours. The aim of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of PNF technique...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic progressive degenerative disorder of multifactorial etiology causing greater disability and clinical symptoms among adults. Physiotherapy is the mainstay of non-pharmacological treatment in osteoarthritis. It has shown that manual therapy combined with supervised exercise program is effective in reducing pain, disab...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is an extremely prevalent Rheumatic Musculoskeletal disorder and the prevalence of knee OA in peri-menopausal and post-menopausal women is reported to be high in many parts of India. Though a growing body of evidence suggests the effectiveness of Combined Kinetic Chain Exercises (CCEs) in the management of knee OA but a precise...
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Sacroiliac joint pain is one of the common misdiagnosed orthopedic causes of low back pain, which affects between 15 to 30 percent of individuals with mechanical low back pain below L5. The sacroiliac joint is found out to be a source of dysfunction and pain in 10% to 27% of suspected cases of patients with chronic low back pain. Clinicians use dif...
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Background: Neck pain is a common global problem, an important source of disability because of bad posture
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Background: The initial days following CABG is a crucial period as it imposes a high risk of pulmonary complications and morbidity. In an effort to increase lung volume following surgery, various deep breathing manoeuvres have been implemented as a main component in the care of the postoperative patient. The rationale for Deep Breathing Exercises w...
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In the recent industrial set up, plantar fasciitis is one of the commonest problems faced by workers. It occurs mainly in the prolonged standing workers. There are some studies where some authors mentioned about interferential therapy as a treatment modality in plantar fasciitis but there is no such evidence supporting the use of IFT. Here comes th...
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Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability and inpatient rehabilitation admissions. The WHO definition of stroke is rapidly developing clinical signs of focal (global) disturbance of cerebral function, with symptoms lasting 24hours or longer or leading to death, with no apparent cause other than of vascular origin: it includes patients present...
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In the literature, the terms “flexibility” and “muscle length” are often used synonymously when referring to the ability of muscles to be lengthened to their end range. The flexibility of the hamstring muscle is important in the prevention of injury, muscular and postural imbalance and maintenance of a full range of joint movement optimal musculosk...
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In the literature, the terms "flexibility" and "muscle length" are often used synonymously when referring to the ability of muscles to be lengthened to their end range. The flexibility of the hamstring muscle is important in the prevention of injury, muscular and postural imbalance and maintenance of a full range of joint movement optimal musculosk...
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Background:Adhesive capsulitis is a common and debilitating medical condition which is treated by various surgical and non-surgical treatments but there is no significant method universally. Physical therapists use various shoulder mobilization techniques to improve the ROM. Radiographic and surgical evidence presents tightened CHL to be a prime co...
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Role of “Exercise” An Adjunct tool in addiction rehabilitation
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Background: Cervical radiculopathy occurs annually in 85 out of 100,000 people. It is very disabling and interferes with the ADL of the patients. Many studies had shown the effectiveness of neural mobilization and TENS in reduction of pain and disability in patients with cervical Radiculopathy. But there are less documented studies that had shown t...
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Background: Cerebral Palsy (CP) describes a non- progressive but not unchanging disorder of movement and posture due to an insult to or anomaly of the developing brain. People with spastic diplegia typically walk slowly and have difficulties in performing activities such as walking running or jumping. Children with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy a...
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Background: Healthy individuals, to ease and accomplish their activities of daily living they need flexible body without any tightness in the muscles, particularly those used for a definite function. Cooling soft tissues in a lengthened position after stretching has been shown to promote more lasting increases in soft tissue length and minimize pos...
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Background: Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition caused by microtrauma to plantar fascia due to overuse. It is a most common cause of heel pain in runners. Various studies proved taping and Iontophoresis as effective in the treating plantar fasciitis. But there are no studies comparing the combined effect of iontophoresis with taping and taping...
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Stroke-related balance and gait deficits contribute to the large number of falls in these patients. This may be due to inappropriate reaction to external forces. Hence, one has to be able to react to external forces with appropriately timed and scaled responses to maintain balance. Therefore it is important to identify which patients have risk of f...
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Background: Mechanical Low back pain is a leading cause of disability. It occurs in similar proportions in all cultures, interferes with quality of life and work performance. Both male and female populations are affected; however, there is a tendency towards a higher incidence in male patients. Mechanical low back pain is associated with pain and c...
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Joint mobilization is an effective intervention for adhesive capsulitis. Scapular Mobilization in shoulder adhesive capsulitis is used to decrease intra articular pressure by increasing mobility of the joint capsule and its surrounding soft tissue that results in a reduction of pain and increase range of motion and shoulder function. At the same ti...

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