“I HOPE YOU WAKE UP FEELING STRONG, POWERFUL AND CAPABLE”- Mama Zara
Firstly, I on behalf of the entire team of PHYSIOTIMES would like to congratulate all of our female authors and readers on being “You”- a woman as #SheequalsHe.
I am pleased to bring the truly Women-oriented March’20 issue featuring interviews with the queen of courts- “Ankita Raina” and “Anuja Dalvi”- Indian female Physiotherapist in Cricket. We are also featuring an article on varied interests by renowned female authors. So, overall this one is dedicated to the ladies of India making their country proud.
As we believe that the pursuit of knowledge is never-ending, we have brought in focus perspicacious, thought-provoking topics in this issue like- ‘A Research experience in Stroke Rehab. In South India’ and the ‘A, B, C’s of Evidence-based practice’.
Judicious write-ups like ‘ADHD-conquering inattention with video games’ and ‘Geriatric care-will the embodiment approach prepare better Physiotherapists in India’ are worth pondering your thoughts
This issue includes the student’s column too where the Physiotherapy students can bring up their experience during the journey of becoming a professional.
Last but not the least, an article on the ‘barrier-free environment’ by our guest author is a detailed insight on how to design an environment suitable for all.
I thank all our authors for their significant contribution to make this issue a fruitful one. Before signing off, I wish you all have a safe and colorful HOLI.
“Share your knowledge, it’s a way to achieve immortality.”-Dalai Lama