Diabetes is the most common form of hereditary condition and can develop at any age. Physiotherapists have been exploring different forms of exercise intervention, like balance exercise, resisted exercise, aerobic exercise. Despite the number of studies showing evidence on particular intervention towards outcome measure, evidences are still needed for proving usefulness of balance training as a treatment for of diabetic patients. The objective to evaluate the efficacy of exercise intervention with improving balance in patient with diabetes.
Dr. Nensi Gandhi
Dr. Nensi Vaibhav Gandhi,Assistant Professor,Parul Institute of Physiotherapy,Parul University - Vadodara, Gujarat, India since 2016.She has certified as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Practitioner moreover honored with "Young Physiotherapist" & "Young Researcher" in 2018 & 2019.Completed training on Acupressure, Yoga & Nephropathy.
Dr. Ravi Shah
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Diabetes, Balance, Diabetic Neuropathy, Functional reach test, Tuning fork, Romberg Test, Resisted Exercise, Balance Exercise, Balance Evaluation System Test.
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