July’22 marks 13th Birthday of PHYSIOTIMES- India’s first and leading physiotherapy magazine.
We are glad to share that we have been connecting Physiotherapy Community across the globe since 2009 and continue to do so.
We believe that the upcoming Physios need to get the right inspiration and motivation while they are being groomed and that’s the reason, we at PHYSIOTIMES, promote Physiotherapy Colleges across India to subscribe.
Delighted and humbled, it gives me real happiness to share that more than 85 prestigious universities, colleges and libraries have been a part of
From including articles on an umbrella of topics, from none other than renowned national and international authors/ physios to discussing the role physiotherapy played in the career of our proud Olympians to reaching out to Physios from Kashmir to kanya-kumari, physiotimes has joined the dots representing one big physiotherapy community.
This wouldn’t have been possible without the support of one and all. Proudly presenting in this edition- conversation with Deepak punia- the formidable fighter. To keep you updated with the latest in physiotherapy, we have ‘Robotics in Rehabilitation’ , ‘ Is Aquatic Therapy safe in covid-19 pandemic’, ‘ Women Health Physiotherapy- A lot more to explore’, ‘TMD- A bermuda triangle of medical conditions’ ‘Language matters a lot- choose appropriately’, ‘Central sensitization
In chronic low back pain’.
Last but not the least, thanking honorable Director physiotimes, Mr. PRADEEP KARAMBELKAR SIR, all our esteemed authors, all our readers to the undying support that has helped us come so far.
THESE LINES BY ROBERT FROST ARE THE BEST TO SIGN OFF,
The woods are lovely,
dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
Deepak Punia is one of the best young wrestlers to have come out of India in recent time
Deepak was honoured with the “Junior Freestyle Wrestler of the Year” award by United World Wrestling
Among those who came close to making India proud was boxer Deepak Punia, who was in contention for the bronze medal.
In conversation with PHYSIOTIMES, the free-style Wrestler and ARJUNA AWARDEE talks about his hard-work and the Significance of PHYSIOTHERAPY in his ... Read More
TMD or Temporomandibular Disorder is an umbrella term for conditions involving the temporomandibular joint and associated structures. This includes joint, disc and muscle related conditions resulting in pain and dysfunction.
Covid has resulted in an explosion of cases of TMD and resulted in a ‘perfect storm’. We all know that in the last 2.5 years stress levels have increased, while at the same time computer / screen time has also increased with working from home be... Read More
This article speaks about the impact of language been used by the therapists in clinical practice, specifically the words used to convey any information to patients regarding pain or while explaining the clinical problems in musculoskeletal rehabilitation. We are unaware of the fact that the words we use can have a significant impact on the clinical outcome.Read More
The coronavirus disease outbreak of 2019 (COVID-19) has caused a global health catastrophe that has had a profound impact on how we perceive our planet and our daily lives and is the greatest challenge we have faced since World War II. The virus has spread to every continent, including Antarctica, after its discovery in Asia in late 2020. Not only does the rate of infection and transmission patterns endanger our sense of agency, but so do the safety measures put in place to stop the virus fro... Read More
it is estimated that one in three women live with some sort of pelvic health concern that significantly impacts their physical function, psychosocial well-being, and overall quality of life. In india almost 48.5 % of the total population is females, with 48.6% in rural and 48.1% in urban areas-according to research statistics indian consensus. Due to sedentary lifestyle or work-related issues illnesses are increasing in female populations leading to many health issues like early arthritis, ba... Read More
Robots are traditionally used in the manufacturing industry to perform highly efficient and repetitive tasks, seldom with human intervention. Robotic technology designed to assist rehabilitation can potentially increase the efficiency of and accessibility to therapy by assisting therapists to provide consistent training for extended periods of time. The goal is to enhance the effects of functional training by providing increased therapy intensity and adaptive support in a controlled way... Read More
The etiology of chronic LBP is unknown or nonspecific in most cases (up to 85%), and specific causes (specific spinal pathology and neuropathic/radicular illnesses) are unusual. CS has recently been identified as a possible pathophysiological mechanism underlying a group of chronic pain syndromes, and it may be a contributing factor in a subset of people with chronic LBP.Read More