St John's Medical College

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Mrs. Smitha Elizabeth Joseph
Designation :Assistant Professor
Department: Physiotherapy

Masters in Physiotherapy with specialization in Paediatrics, (PhD)

Executive Member of Staff Cultural Society, Executive Committee Member of Staff Welfare Fund

1. The effect of structured antenatal exercises on foeto maternal outcomes and endurance levels in pregnancy and labour among primigravidae in a tertiary care centre – A Randomized controlled trial

2. Implementation of an acceptable newborn nesting position in NICU and neurobehavioral correlation – A quality improvement initiative

3. Illness perception and quality of life on physical activity in children with haemophilia – A cross sectional study

4. Effect of structured low and moderate intensity physical activity initiated during second trimester of pregnancy on infants’ neurobehavior and maternal metabolic health compared to routine physical activity during pregnancy: A single Blinded randomized controlled trial

5. To estimate the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder in children with Global Developmental Delay referred to Department of Physiotherapy using the Indian Autism Screening Questionnaire (IASQ) scale in a tertiary care hospital in South Bangalore

6. Association of Neurodevelopmental status of infants at birth with and without in-utero exposure to maternal COVID-19 infection

7. Analysis of Postural Risk and Pain assessment in Bharatanatyam Dancers aged 11- 18 years: A Cross-Sectional Study

Paediatrics and Women's Health Physiotherapy

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