Original Articles
Identification of the predictive value of demographic factors on users’ satisfaction with lower-limb orthoses and services in Ahvaz: A regression analysis
1. Identification of the predictive value of demographic factors on users’ satisfaction with lower-limb orthoses and services in Ahvaz: A regression analysis

Mohammad Khayatzadeh-Mahani; Mohadese Salehi; Meimanat Akbari; Ali Reza Jamali; maryam Moradi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 September 2021

Abstract
  Background: Satisfaction with orthotic devices and services results in greater orthotic usage. Evaluation of users’ satisfaction could enhance the quality of service delivery. ...  Read More
Original Articles
Handgrip and Quadriceps Strength as Independent Predictors of Post-Stroke Depression and Anxiety
2. Handgrip and Quadriceps Strength as Independent Predictors of Post-Stroke Depression and Anxiety

Adekola Babatunde Ademoyegun; Adebukola Grace Ibitoye; Chidozie Emmanuel Mbada; Oluwatobi Elijah Malomo; Omotola Ibitayo Adelowokan; Ishanosen Abidemi Aghedo; Wasiu Abiodun Rasaq; Bobola Moradeke Adeoye; Mistura Iyabo Olaoye

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 September 2021

Abstract
  Background: This study was aimed to explore whether handgrip and quadriceps strength predict Post-Stroke Depression (PSD) and Post-Stroke Anxiety (PSA). Methods: Sixty-six consenting ...  Read More
Literature Reviews
A review of spatial auditory processing disorder and its rehabilitation methods in the elderly in Iran
3. A review of spatial auditory processing disorder and its rehabilitation methods in the elderly in Iran

Maryam Delphi; Afsaneh Doosti

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 September 2021

Abstract
  BackgroundAuditory system can detect location of sound source and pay attention to it.In background noise (especially speech) this system is able to detect andunderstand the desired ...  Read More
Original Articles
The role of moderating executive functions in the relationship between the anxiety and depression symptoms and response to drug therapy
4. The role of moderating executive functions in the relationship between the anxiety and depression symptoms and response to drug therapy

malahat amani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 September 2021

Abstract
  Background: Poor executive functions are potentially risky for psychopathology and can also reduce response to treatment. This study was conducted to investigate the moderating role ...  Read More
Original Articles
Comparative effectiveness of caudal epidural steroid injection versus Mesotherapy of calcitonin on pain reduction and improving function in patients with lumbosacral canal stenosis: A randomized control trial
5. Comparative effectiveness of caudal epidural steroid injection versus Mesotherapy of calcitonin on pain reduction and improving function in patients with lumbosacral canal stenosis: A randomized control trial

Hamidreza Farpour; Elham Sheybani; Elahe Keshavarzi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 September 2021

Abstract
  Purpose: Epidural steroid injection has been prospered in spinal stenosis pain management. Calcitonin is also effective in reliving neuropathic pain in the spinal canal stenosis by ...  Read More
Original Articles
The effect of GSR biofeedback relaxation on anxiety and stress in patients with type II diabetes mellitus
6. The effect of GSR biofeedback relaxation on anxiety and stress in patients with type II diabetes mellitus

Mahendra Kumar; Priyamvada Shrivastava

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 September 2021

Abstract
  Background: The prevalence of anxiety disorders is high in diabetes and low-middle income countries like India. Research has provided evidence about biofeedback effectiveness on stress ...  Read More
Literature Reviews
Home-based activities guidelines for multiple sclerosis patients during COVID‐19 quarantine
7. Home-based activities guidelines for multiple sclerosis patients during COVID‐19 quarantine

Hamid Mahdavi Mohtasham; Shahnaz Shahrbanian; Majid Mahdavi Mohtasham

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 October 2021

Abstract
  Background: COVID-19 seems to be having a major impact on physical activity behaviours especially for people with Multiple Sclerosis who have health conditions. Methods: This study ...  Read More
Case Report
Vestibular Rehabilitation in Three Patients with COVID-19 Induced Vestibular Neuritis.
8. Vestibular Rehabilitation in Three Patients with COVID-19 Induced Vestibular Neuritis.

sadegh jafarzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 October 2021

Abstract
  COVID-19 could induce vestibular neuritis in some patients and there are limited information on the vestibular evaluation and rehabilitation in them. Three cases infected by COVID-19 ...  Read More
Original Articles
Postural Stability in Patients with Moderate Knee Osteoarthritis: Roles of the Visual Feedback and Dynamic Perturbations
9. Postural Stability in Patients with Moderate Knee Osteoarthritis: Roles of the Visual Feedback and Dynamic Perturbations

Iman Hosseini; Mohammed N. Ashtiani; Farid Bahrpeyma

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 October 2021

Abstract
  Background. Knee osteoarthritis is the most common joint disease and one of the leading causes of disability in old age. The present study aims to analyze the stability of standing ...  Read More