Articles by Shruti Nambiar

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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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Identifying risk factors for first-episode neck pain: A systematic review
Issue 4 (March 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 at a private practice in Mumbai, India. She has previously worked with the Women’s Football team (Perth Glory) and as a Head Physiotherapist for Ultimate Table Tennis League, India. Her areas of interest are tendinopathies, management of chronic back pain, shoulder pathologies, and promoting evidence based practice.