Examination of the relationship between upper limb volume with disability, thoracic kyphosis, scapular protraction, and forward head posture in patients with upper limb lymphedema after breast cancer surgery
Examination of the relationship between upper limb volume with disability, thoracic kyphosis, scapular protraction, and forward head posture in patients with upper limb lymphedema after breast cancer surgery

Sara Abolahrari-Shirazi; Narges Meftahi; Donya Jaberolansar; Maryam Taherpour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 September 2022

Abstract
  Background: Upper extremity (UE) lymphedema, which negatively affects patients' personal and social well-being, is the most common complication after breast cancer treatment. Previous ...  Read More
The Effect of a Corrective Exercise Program on Upper Crossed Syndrome in a Blind Person
The Effect of a Corrective Exercise Program on Upper Crossed Syndrome in a Blind Person

Sajad Roshani; MohammadReza Yousefi; Zahra Sokhtezari; Milad Khalil Khodaparast

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2019, , Pages 148-152

Abstract
  Blindness is one of the most common and important groups of sensory disabilities with physical complications including kyphosis, forward head and round shoulder. The purpose of the ...  Read More