- ARTICLE1Article 1Research Report – Effect of Taping on Pain and Range of Motion of Athletes with Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: A Pilot Study
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of a taping technique on pain and ROM of shoulder on athletes with impingement syndrome.
- ARTICLE2Article 2Research Report – Performance of Community Living Filipino Adults Aged 21-87 Years on the Functional Reach Test
The Functional Reach test (FR) is used to detect balance impairment and change in balance performance over time.
- ARTICLE3Article 3Research Report – Incidence of Chronic Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Injuries Among Badminton Players Participating in UAAP
To determine the common types and sites of lower extremity injury in badminton varsity players in the UAAP and to determine the effects of playing surface and shoe type in relation to injuries of the lower extremity in this population.
- ARTICLE4Article 4Research Report – Anthropometric Measurements of Public Elementary School Students in District of Manila
Musculoskeletal discomfort and low back pain could arise from the mismatch between the school furniture and the body dimensions of the children.
- ARTICLE5Article 5Research Report – Validity and Reliability of Selected Outcome Measures Used in Rehabilitation for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Literature Review
The aim of this study is to conduct a literature review of available evidence on selected outcome measures commonly used during rehabilitation following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair (ACL-R) with emphasis on their validity and reliability.
- ARTICLE6Article 6Feature – Writing to Publish – Issue for Consideration
Given the increasing focus of Evidence Based Practice in health care, research publications provide an important avenue in accessing best research evidence from the literature.
- ARTICLE7Article 7Editorial
It was in the year 2001 when the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program was offered by the University of Santo Tomas Graduate School, in collaboration with the University of South Australia, through the efforts of Dr. Consuelo Suarez, Dean of the College of Rehabilitation Sciences (AY 1996-2006).
- ARTICLE8Article 8Commentary – Improvements in Maximal Oxygen Consumption Among Elderly Tai Chi Chuan Practitioners
This study was undertaken to provide information about the therapeutic effects of Tai Chi Chuan in improving the maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) of the elderly.