Manisha Uttam

Manisha Uttam
Punjabi University, Patiala

Master of Physiotherapy (Neurology), PhD

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INTRODUCTION Primary dysmenorrhea (PD) is a painful menstruation due to contractions in the uterus that induce ischemic pain associated with normal pelvic anatomy. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effect of High TENS application (root level) among adolescent girls of PD. METHODOLOGY: 140 adolescent girls were included with 14-...
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Background: Primary dysmenorrhea (PD) is a cramping and spasmodic pain in the lower abdomen, back and lower quadrant during the menstruation period. Objective: To evaluate the effect of high TENS on dermatomal level among adolescent girls of PD. Methodology: 140 adolescent girls of 14-19 years of age were randomly allocated into two groups of Exper...
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Dysmenorrhea is one of the most common gynecological complaints among adolescent girls and adult females. It is classified as Primary, occurs without any underlying gynecological disease and Secondary, accompanied by some gynecological pathology. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve stimulation (TENS) is an efficient pain relieving method for treating d...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Football is one of the most popular sports in the world, its practice started very early and now being played worldwide. The 'Power and Speed' are needed to stay properly and the body of football players able to learn faster, when performing wise variety of skills. Thus present study is aimed to study the motor skills tests in...
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The purpose of the study was to evaluate the body composition and dietary intake of female hockey players of interuniversity level. Fifty female hockey players of interuniversity level were recruited in the study. The analysis of body composition exhibits that female hockey players possess a mean value of 17.59 (±0.02) percent of body fat. The diet...
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Anthropometry is the study of measurement of shape, size and proportions of human body. It is the important measure to assess physical characteristics and growth pattern of human body. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the important anthropometric measures among Punjabi boys. 40 hostel living Punjabi boys were participated in a study. The sim...
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Piriformis syndrome (PS) is a peripheral neuritis of the sciatic nerve caused by trauma or increased muscle demands on the piriformis. The aim of this case report was to determine the effectiveness of DN for the release of trigger points in a patient with acute PS. The case was a 27 year old male presented with a history of left buttock pain since...
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Stroke is a second leading cause of death and major cause of long term disability whereas traumatic brain injury being a disabling health condition. Music therapy is a therapeutic application of music to cognitive, behaviour, sensory and motor dysfunction. To examine the effects of music therapy as an adjunct intervention with conventional treatmen...
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Second Impact is a set motion cerebral vascular congestion which results in cerebral swelling. Death usually occurs due to transtentorial brainstem herniation. Due to rapid deterioration following acute injury some genetic markers like apolipoprotein (APOE) is associated with neurogenic responses resulting in low performance in sport related head i...
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Spasticity is a disabling and sensory motor disorder seen in patients with neurological conditions. Recently, muscle spasticity can be treated by various non-pharmacological procedures, among them dry needling (DN) is an emerging technique to decrease the rate of muscle spasticity. In this review, the literature concerning the efficacy of DN on mus...
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OBJECTIVES: To find out the effect of GMI and conventional treatment on upper limb motor impairment and in enhancing the quality of life of patients with stroke. MATERIALS/METHODS: 26 subjects consisting of 15 males and 11 females were randomly allocated to the GMI group (n=13) and to the Conventional group (n=13) by using sealed red and blue color...
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This case study describes the physical therapy of a 9-year-old male child with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy with the aim to improve his gross motor function and social skills. The child had severe impairments across the full spectrum of developmental functions, especially affecting the gross motor and self-care functions at Stage V of gross moto...
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Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) is essentially a brain based treatment, targeting the activation of different brain regions in a graded manner. GMI is a three stage treatment programme comprising of Left Right discrimination training, Explicit Motor imagery and Mirror therapy. This review presents the background and evidence of Graded Motor Imagery and...

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