Day 1 :
- Physical Therapy, Sports and Physiotherapy, Spine and Spinal Disorders, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Women’s Health and Paediatric Physiotherapy
Alamal Hospital, Sudan
Title: The effectiveness of aquatic therapy in combined with physical therapy rehabilitation among children with post meningitis
Time : 9:00-09:30
Asjed Mohamed Eltayeb is a professional physiotherapist in ICU, Neurology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Hydrotherapy, and geriatrics. She is currently working at Alamal Hospital, Khartoum-Sudan. She has acquired and consolidated expertise in handling difficult cases concerning offering the treatment and psychological easing the treatment process for patients both elders, and children, plus i used to manage the cooperation with the co patients within the varieties of their levels and backgrounds, and to give the explanation and advice of the treatment plan. Plus a good leadership an supervisory skills in Physiotherapy trainers team for voluntary work with coaching and training their work performance in treatment plans.
Meningitis is a terrible infection with a case fatality rate of up to 30% with neurological problems emerging in 50% of survivors. There are both short-term and long-term consequences, such as subdural effusion and a localized neurological impairment. Loss, convulsions, mental decline, and hydrocephalus. Complications arise as a result of germs neural damage is caused by the production of toxins and the immunological response of the host. Factors connected to Young age and delayed presentations are factors that enhance the likelihood of developing neurological problems. As well as Streptococcus pneumonia as the causative agent.
A multidisciplinary team approach is required for the management of pediatric neurological disorders, with physiotherapy playing a significant role. This study investigated the effectiveness of combination of both aquatic and physiotherapy in managing post meningitis pediatric conditions at Alsalama center for physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
Inclusion criteria: Children under 5 years old diagnosed with meningitis with complete head control.
Exclusion criteria: children who experienced seizure episode, and those above 5 years old.
Sample size: 10 children with post meningitis managed with prolonged physical therapy rehabilitation program. The samples were divided into 2 groups; five children was managed with only physiotherapy and five children managed with physiotherapy in addition to one month of hydrotherapy (eight sessions). The two groups was evaluated using Gross Motor function measure (GMFM).
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, India
Title: Effectiveness of strengthening exercises in patients with ergonomical low back pain: A randomized controlled trial
Time : 9:30-10:00
S Purna Chandra Shekhar has completed my PhD in Physiotherapy and MPT Cardio Respiratory Disorders from CMJ UNIVERSITY Meghalaya ( UGC RECOGNISED), BPT from KTG College of Physiotherapy Bengaluru, Karnataka State. He worked as Assistant Professor in Sree Ratna College of Physiotherapy Hyderabad, Telangana. Now working as a Associate Professor in Indhira College of Physiotherapy (Maharashtra University of Health Sciences) Nanded Maharashtra India.
This orderly survey expected to investigate the impacts of a physical exercise (PE) program on low back pain (LBP) manifestations of office workers and the change of adaptability and scope of movement (ROM), solid strength, and personal satisfaction (QoL). A writing research was performed on Pub Med, Scopus, MEDLINE, and SPORT Discus from April to May 2018. The watchword "low back pain" was related with "office laborer" OR "VDT administrators" OR "office representatives" OR "work environment" AND "exercise", OR "exercise treatment" OR "physical movement". Incorporation models were a home-or work-based exercise convention for office workers with LBP side effects and pre-to post-mediation assessment of LBP indications. Three specialists freely inspected all modified works. The adjusted Cochrane strategic quality measures were utilized for quality appraisal and 11 articles were incorporated. Exercise conventions were performed from 6 weeks to a year, 1–multi day out of every week, enduring 10–60 min for every meeting. Physical Exercise in the working environment worked on every one of the thought about results. The best improvement was recorded in regulated conventions and in video-upheld conventions acted in the working environment. The impact might be produced with little span meetings during the functioning day, with just 10–15 min of adjusted exercise to be performed 3–5 days of the week.