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Dr. Arshad Nawaz Malik PhD Rehab Sciences
Dr. Arshad Nawaz Malik PhD Rehab Sciences
Professor- Faculty of Rehab and Allied Health Sciences, Riphah International University
Verified email at riphah.edu.pk
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Effectiveness of functional electrical stimulation (FES) versus conventional electrical stimulation in gait rehabilitation of patients with stroke
F Sharif, S Ghulam, AN Malik, Q Saeed
J Coll Physicians Surg Pak 27 (11), 703-706, 2017
572017
Effects of phantom exercises on pain, mobility, and quality of life among lower limb amputees; a randomized controlled trial
A Zaheer, AN Malik, T Masood, S Fatima
BMC neurology 21, 1-8, 2021
422021
Effectiveness of constraint induced movement therapy as compared to bimanual therapy in upper motor function outcome in child with hemiplegic cerebral palsy
H Zafer, I Amjad, AN Malik, E Shaukat
Pakistan journal of medical sciences 32 (1), 181, 2016
362016
Effectiveness of neuromobilization in patients with cervical radiculopathy
S Anwar, AN Malik, I Amjad
Rawal Med J 40 (1), 34-36, 2015
262015
HEALTH BENEFITS OF SALAT (PRAYER); Neurological rehabilitation.
M Ghous, AN Malik
Professional Medical Journal 23 (8), 2016
242016
Technological advancements in stroke rehabilitation
AN Malik, H Tariq, A Afridi, F Azam Rathore
Journal of Pakistan Medical Association 72 (8), 1672-1674, 2022
222022
Comparison of low level laser therapy and interferential current on post stroke shoulder pain
F Jan, A Naeem, AN Malik, I Amjad, T Malik
J Pak Med Assoc 67 (5), 788-789, 2017
182017
Effectiveness of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation techniques as compared to traditional strength training in gait training among transtibial amputees
H Anjum, I Amjad, AN Malik
J Coll Physicians Surg Pak 26 (6), 503-506, 2016
172016
Effect of balance training in older adults using Wii fit plus.
A Afridi, AN Malik, S Ali, I Amjad
JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 68 (3), 480-483, 2018
162018
Outcome of specific piriformis stretching technique in females with piriformis syndrome
Q Saeed, AN Malik, S Ghulam
Journal of Pioneering Medical Sciences 7, 55-58, 2017
152017
Task oriented training improves the balance outcome & reducing fall risk in diabetic population
J Ghazal, AN Malik, I Amjad
Pakistan journal of medical sciences 32 (4), 983, 2016
152016
Good teacher: student’s perception about top qualities in health sciences
AN Malik, S Bashir
The Professional Medical Journal 22 (05), 670-673, 2015
152015
Effects of Kabat rehabilitation verses taping to reduce facial disability and synkinesis in Bell’s palsy
M Ghous, I Yaqoob, M Kanwal, AN Malik
Rawal Medical Journal 43 (3), 543-546, 2018
132018
The effect of aerobic exercises on balance in diabetic neuropathy patients
N Kiani, M Marryam, AN Malik, I Amjad
Journal of Medical Sciences 26 (2), 141-145, 2018
122018
Effects of virtual reality training on mobility and physical function in stroke.
AN Malik, T Masood
JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 67 (10), 1618-1620, 2017
122017
Evaluation of the Forward Head Posture, its association with Neck Pain & Quality of life of Female DPT Students: JRCRS. 2016; 4 (2): 59-64
AH Abbasi, M Aslam, T Ashraf, AN Malik
Journal Riphah College of Rehabilitation Sciences 4 (2), 59-64, 2016
122016
Effect of circuit gait training vs traditional gait training on mobility performance in stroke.
AN Malik, I Amjad
JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 68 (3), 455-458, 2018
112018
Effects of activity repetition training with Salat (prayer) versus task oriented training on functional outcomes of stroke
M Ghous, AN Malik, MI Amjad, M Kanwal
J Pak Med Assoc 67 (7), 1091-3, 2017
112017
Frequency of chronic neuropathic pain and its association with depression in the elderly in Pakistan
MJ Akram, AN Malik
J Pak Med Assoc 69 (12), 1907-9, 2019
102019
Effect of task specific circuit training on Gait parameters and mobility in stroke survivors
AN Malik, U Haq, S Ali
Pakistan journal of medical sciences 34 (5), 1300, 2018
102018
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