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Physical Therapy Department - Faculty Publications

Physical Therapy Department - Faculty Publications

 

Recent Submissions

  • Collinge W.R.; Gross D.P.; Bostick G.P.; Cutforth G.S.; Rutten G.M.; Maroun C.; Oostendorp R.A.B. (TORONTOJOURNALS DIVISION, 5201 DUFFERIN ST, DOWNSVIEW, TORONTO, ON M3H 5T8, CANADA, 2013)
    Purpose: To examine a process for evaluating physiotherapy (PT) students' knowledge of and adherence to the Ambassador Low Back Pain (LBP) guideline using vignettes. Methods: The study used a cross-sectional survey design. ...
  • Escorpizo R.; Reneman M.F.; Ekholm J.; Fritz J.; Krupa T.; Marnetoft S.-U.; Maroun C.E.; Guzman J.R.; Suzuki Y.; Stucki G.; Chan C.C.H. (NEW YORK233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA, 2011)
    Background The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) is a conceptual framework and classification system by the World Health Organization (WHO) to understand functioning. The objective ...
  • Andrews K.L.; Dib M.; Shives T.C.; Hoskin T.L.; Liedl D.A.; Boon A.J. (2012)
    Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an independent risk for hypertension, cerebral artery stenosis, stroke and hypercoagulability. 1 Our research objective was to assess whether sleep disordered breathing affects the peripheral ...
  • Boon A.J.; Dib M.Y. (Springer New York;, 2009)
    Peripheral nerve injuries are quite rare in the athlete, accounting for less than 1percent of sporting injuries.1-4 Nevertheless, they can be a career-ending event for the athlete and have ramifications for many functional ...
  • Dib M. (2008)
    Pressure ulcers are a significant medical problem that greatly affects the geriatric population. We reviewed pertinent published data in the literature concerning the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. The ...