Samreen Sadiq

Samreen Sadiq
lahore medical and dental college · Lahore College of Physical therapy

tDPT, Mphil (MSK) PhD* ( Rehabilitation Sciences)

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Additional affiliations
January 2017 - April 2019
lahore medical and dental college
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
January 2016 - October 2019
lahore medical and dental college
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (36)
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The current research focused on the designing of questionnaire for factors that impact student learning outcomes in tertiary educational system in underdeveloped nation Pakistan. A pilot study was conducted for the designing of questionnaire to collect data on perceived factors that impact student learning outcomes. The selected Higher Education Co...
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Background: Individuals with diabetes have an incremental risk of developing a number of complications and among them, the most prevalent complication is, diabetic neuropathy causing sensory and motor deficits resulting in balance impairments and increases the risk of fall. Objective: To determine the risk of fall in chronic type 2 diabetes mellit...
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Knee Osteoarthritis (OA) is considered as one of the leading cause of disability around the world1. Total knee Arthroplasty is known to be the best treatment option available for reduction in pain and symptoms in case of failure of conservative management2. Recently enhanced recovery pathways have been followed after knee replacement surgery which...
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Objective: To explore the current evidences on effects of trigger point dry needling as a treatment strategy on pain and range of motion among subjects with lower extremity myofascial trigger areas. Methods: The systematic review was conducted at the University Institute of Physical Therapy, Lahore, Pakistan, from February to August 2019, and co...
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Objective: Tele-rehabilitation to explore current evidence on the effectiveness of tele-rehabilitation compared to face-to-face rehabilitation for patients after total hip replacement. Methods: The systematic review of clinical trials comprised search of Cochrane, Medline, Embase and PEDro databases from 2000 to date for English-language, human...
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Abstract Background: Motor control and posture disorders are responsible in the development of cerebral palsy (CP). Spastic CP, the most common type of CP is associated with postural asymmetries resulting in functional limitation among children and compromising their quality of life. Therefore, the study aimed to describe the severity of postural a...
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Education opens numerous revenues to register economic expansion all around the world with specific reference to developing nations. Advancement of Pakistan in education indicators has been severely insufficient during the previous decades. Decreased financing along with inefficiency in budget expenditure plus weak management system have crippled t...
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Background: Joint substitution of lower limbs like hip and knee replacements are viewed as a high volume surgery with great achievement rates and physical restoration assumes a significant role in recovery of these patients. However, access to recovery and follow up is restricted. Post joint substitution patients living in remote territories and th...
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Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the immediate effects of dry needling on pain and function among individuals with myofascial trigger points due to patellofemoral pain syndrome. Study Design: It was a single centered quasi experimental study. Place and Duration of Study: It was performed at University of Lahore teaching hospita...
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Background: Joint substitution of lower limbs like hip and knee replacements are viewed as a high volume surgery with great achievement rates and physical restoration assumes a significant role in recovery of these patients. However, access to recovery and follow up is restricted. Post joint substitution patients living in remote territories and th...
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Background: Precompetitive anxiety refers to an indistinct but unrelenting feeling of uneasiness and dread in hours prior to the competition. Precompetitive anxiety has been shown to affect an athlete at various levels including match performance, sporting injuries, rehabilitation of sports injuries, return to activity and risk or re-injury. It has...
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Background: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a commonly prevailing disease among women. Disease progression deformities such as ulnar and radial shift of the wrist, Boutonnière, swan neck deformity and mallet finger become evident, which results in marked limitation of hand function. Patients usually lose the ability to hold, grasp and pinch thus acti...
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ABSTRACT Background: Joint substitution of lower limbs like hip and knee replacements are viewed as a high volume surgery with great achievement rates and physical restoration assumes a significant role in recovery of these patients. However, access to recovery and follow up is restricted. Post joint substitution patients living in remote territori...
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Background: Musculoskeletal discomfort not related by a syndrome is very communal in juvenile and puberty getting lifetime prevalence as great as 40%. It affects student’s quality of life and their productivity in education. So, the main objective of current study was to access musculoskeletal pain among undergraduate physical therapy students. Met...
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Background: Musculoskeletal discomfort not related by a syndrome is very communal in juvenile and puberty getting lifetime prevalence as great as 40%. It affects student’s quality of life and their productivity in education. So, the main objective of current study was to access musculoskeletal pain among undergraduate physical therapy students. Met...
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Background: Physical therapists are considered to play fundamental part of health care team and therefore required to comprehend other practitioner’s roles as well as communicate efficiently. This will subsequently lead to deliverance of high quality optimal patient care. Interprofessional education has been highlighted as an effective method to ai...
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Objective: To evaluate the effect of positioning on tonic labyrinthine reflex in children with cerebral palsy. Methods: The quasi-experimental study was conducted at the Institute of Psychological Services and Physical Rehabilitation, Lahore, from July 2016 to June 2017, and comprised children with spastic and athetoid cerebral palsy aged six mo...
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Family Centered Approach in rehabilitation of children with movement disorders produces significant results and favors evidence based practice in Pediatric Rehabilitation
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Objective: To describe the level of physical activity among orphans. Methods: A descriptive case series was conducted at SOS village, Al Jannat Orphanage and Edhi foundation, Lahore. Sixty-five orphans were recruited in the study between the ages of 8 to 14 years. All participants were male. The period of study was 6 months from July 2016 to Decemb...
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Primary Objective: To evaluate the effects of mechanical stimulation through kinesio-taping on manual abilities and hand grip strength in spastic cerebral palsy children. Secondary Objective: To determine the effects of kinesio-taping on the Active Range of Motion of wrist and thumb in cerebral palsy children. Background: Kinesiotaping is one of th...
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ABSTRACT Background and Objective: Rheumatoid Arthritis is defined as chronic inflammatory disease characterized by involvement of multiple distal joints specifically hands and feet. As a consequent of peripheral joint involvement, the manual abilities are affected leading to severely compromised activities of daily living. These patients are often...
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Dear Editor With an outstanding development in the field of rehabilitation research, it becomes imperative that high quality clinical evidenceshould be encouraged. It is the need of time that we set best example in rehabilitation research. To ensure quality work in that field, an aggressive stance is required on the utilization and practice of rep...
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The importance of Evidence Based practice in Physical therapy has recently opened the new avenues and resulted in patterned swing for this emerging field. To overcome such challenges the physical therapist can take advantage from specifically designed tools that intended to enable diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of the condition. Clinical Predic...
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Objective: To evaluate the effect of Hand Arm Bimanual Intensive Therapy including Lower extremity among children with bilateral spastic cerebral palsy. Methods: The data was collected from 30 children aged between 8-18 from Children hospital & Institute of Child health Lahore and Rising sun institute. A quasi-experimental study was performed and A...
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The utilization of exergaming has recently gain extraordinary importance in health care system for rehabilitation. The growing use of gaming technology and the development of different software's by the ground-breaking minds in the gaming market have unintentionally opened new avenues to address the aims of rehabilitation. The applications of gamin...
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Background: Stroke is one of the major causes of longstanding debility among developing
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ABSTRACT Background: Effective leadership requires the manager to be vigilant and be able to address the conflicting issues. In the health care environment four leadership frames have been identified which includes structural, human resource, political and symbolic. Leadership in physical therapy is essential so that the profession can endure the c...
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Objective: Spinal cord injury is one of the most devastating and disabling injuries. Osteoporosis is a harmful complication after Spinal cord injury. Most of the patients after cord injury presents with low bone mineral density on Dual energy X-Ray absorptiometry-scan as well as high incidence of lower limb fractures. The study was conducted to det...
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Objective: Determine the effects of Hand-Arm Bimanual Intensive Therapy in children presenting with spastic type of Cerebral Palsy. Methods: A Quasi experimental study was conducted in Children Hospital and Compass. A sample of 30 children with cerebral palsy aged between 6 to 12 years was studied and assessment was made before and after the implem...
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Introduction: The majority of working dentists have musculo - skeletal symptoms in the neck. Bad working habits, repetitive tasks and uncomfortable posture have contribution in the development of neck pain. The aim of this study was to find the frequency of neck pain among dentists. Material and Methods: A cross sectional survey was carried out by...

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