Journal of Physiotherapy & Physical Rehabilitation

ISSN: 2573-0312

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Vishakha Shelar


  • Research Article
    Presence of Vestibular Dysfunction in Individuals with Motion Sickness
    Author(s): Snehal Joshi and Vishakha ShelarSnehal Joshi and Vishakha Shelar

    Aim and Objective: To study if there is vestibular dysfunction in individuals with motion sickness. Type of Study: Correlation study Study Population: Motion sickness Individuals from age 20-40 years and fulfilling the inclusion criteria were approached from the community for the study. Interested individuals were asked to fill the motion sickness questionnaire for the information about the symptoms. Vestibular function clinical tests like Dynamic Visual Acuity [DVA], Modified clinical test of sensory interaction on balance (MCTSIB) and Head thrust test were used to assess vestibular dysfunction in these individuals Results were obtained using descriptive statistical analysis. Results and Conclusion: DVA was positive amongst 52.6% (88/167) individuals, 92.8% (155/167) individuals. Head thrust .. Read More»

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