Articles by Shruti Nambiar

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Manual therapy and quality of life in people with headache: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Issue 27 (February 2020)
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Lateral epicondylitis of the elbow
Issue 24 (November 2019)
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The Diagnosis and Management of Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome – an Evidence Update
Issue 21 (August 2019)
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The sacroiliac joint – victim or culprit
Issue 18 (May 2019)
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BESS/BOA patient care pathways: Atraumatic shoulder instability
Issue 15 (February 2019)
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Treatment after traumatic shoulder dislocation: A systematic review with a network meta-analysis
Issue 12 (November 2018)
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The effectiveness of neural mobilisation for neuromusculoskeletal conditions: A systematic review and meta analysis
Issue 1 (December 2017)
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Is lower hip range of motion a risk factor for groin pain in athletes? A systematic review with clinical implications
Issue 2 (January 2018)
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Shruti Nambiar

Physiotherapist
Mumbai, India.

Shruti Nambiar has completed her Masters in Clinical Sports Physiotherapy from Curtin University, Australia. She currently works as the Team Physiotherapist for the Indian U-17 Women's Football Team. She has previously worked with the Indian Senior Women's Football team, Ultimate Table Tennis League, India and Women’s Football team (Perth Glory). Her areas of interest are tendinopathies, ankle sprains, chronic back pain, and promoting evidence-based practice.