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, Amel M. Yousef, Hossam-Eldin H. Kamel, Gehan A. Abdelsameaa
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 4, pp 6-12; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.41420.1015

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Suraj Kumar, , Sangh Mitra, Ajay Kushwaha, Pramod Kumar, Shailendra Pal Singh
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 4, pp 25-31; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.41478.1017

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Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 4, pp 1-5; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.32181.1007

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, Amel Yousef, Hossam-Eldin Kamel, Khaled Oweda, Gehan Abdelsameaa
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 4, pp 13-19; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.41427.1016

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Abdelaziz Ali Sherief
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 4, pp 20-24; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.46003.1019

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Monica Ibrahim, Amel Yousef, Mohamed Fawzi Abo Elainin, Doaa Osman
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 3, pp 16-23; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.40907.1014

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Hatem Mostafa Ahmed, Enas Abu Taleb, Fairouz Hatem Ameen
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 3, pp 1-8; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.33415.1009

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, Amel Mohmed Yousef, Hossam El- Deen Ossama El-Shenoufy, Marwa Esmael Hasanin
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 3, pp 9-15; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.40393.1011

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Mohamed Al-Sayed Ali Dossoki, Azza Abd Alaziz Abd Alhady, Kamal Ahmed Amer, Emad Mohamed Ibrahim Taha
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 2, pp 1-8; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.25632.1004

, Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed Awad, Afaf Mohamed Botla, Amir Arabi Gabr
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 1, pp 8-13; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.77842

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Purpose: to evaluate the effect of labor on pelvic floor muscles strength. Methods: Two hundred pregnant women at beginning of the 9th month of pregnancy were selected randomly from antenatal care clinic of Kasr Al-Aini University Hospital in Cairo, Cairo University. Their ages were ranged from 25 to 35 years old and their body mass index was not exceeding 35 kg/m2. They were Primigravida and Multigravida. Women who had history of pelvic disease, any previous pelvic operations, diabetes mellitus, history of abortion and history of pre-eclampsia or smokers and alcohol abusers are excluded from the study. 133 women delivered normal labor (55 primipara and 78 multipara) (Group A) and 67 women delivered by cesarean section (29 primipara and 38 multipara) (Group B). Pelvic floor muscles strength was evaluated for all women by using TG Myo feedback 420v at beginning of the 9th month of pregnancy and after 6 weeks postnatal. Results: Results of this study found that there was a statistically highly significant decrease (P<0.01) in pelvic floor muscles strength in both groups A and B after 6 weeks postnatal with percentage of decrease 30% and 9% respectively. After 6 weeks postnatal there was a statistical high significant difference between the mean value of pelvic floor muscles strength between both groups A and B with more decrease in group A. Conclusion: It can be concluded that normal labor markedly decreases the pelvic floor muscles strength than cesarean section delivery.
Somaya Nady Mohamed, Haytham Mohamed Elhafez, Mayada Ashraf Mahmoud
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 1, pp 14-17; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.77844

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Purpose: To explore the effect of body mass index (BMI) on Craniovertebral Angle (CVA) and Shoulder Angle (SA) in Egyptian Adolescents. Methods: Cross Sectional Study designe was used.Eighty-six physical therapy students were selected randomly, and their age were ranged from 18-27 years. They were divided into three groups according to BMI. The first group with normal BMI (18.5-24.9 Kg/m2), while the second group was overweight (BMI was ranged from 25-29.9 Kg/m2). The third group was obesity class I (BMI was ranged from 30-34.9 Kg/m2).Photogrammetry method used (the photographic sessions by mobile phone Samsung J-7 Camera and use of Corel Draw software to analyze the pictures). Results: A significant difference was detected between normal BMI and overweight (p0.2), and for SA non-significant difference between normal BMI and obese (p>0.41) and non-significant difference between overweight and obese (p>0.2). Conclusion: overweight and obesity change CVA and forward head posture and overweight changed SA and so rounded shoulder appeared. However, obesity did not change SA and rounded shoulder.
, Afaf Botla, Hala Hanafy
Egyptian Journal of Physical Therapy, Volume 1, pp 1-7; doi:10.21608/ejpt.2020.77737

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