EFFECTS OF VIRTUAL REALITY WITH SENSORY INTEGRATION ON GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY SYNOPSIS SANNIA BATOOL Registration Number Master of Science in Physical Therapy (Sports Physical Therapy) Riphah College Of Rehabilitation & Allied Health Sciences RIPHAH INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD Fall 2020 SYED ALAMDAR HUSSEIN Registration Number DR FAHEEM AFZAL Supervisor ABCD Co-supervisor (if Any) In Partial Fulfilment of Requirements For the Award of Degree of Master in Science of Physical Therapy (Sports Physical Therapy) Riphah College of Rehabilitation & Allied Health Sciences RIPHAH INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD Fall 2020 2 RIPHAH INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC PROGRESS REPORT As on _______________________ For the period from __________________ to ________________ 1. Personal Information of Scholar: Name: Syed Alamdar Hussain Registration No.: 25936 Program: MSPT(SPT) Faculty/Department: Riphah College of Rehabilitation & Allied Sciences Email: [email protected] 2. Academic Progress: Admission Date: September’2018. Status of Coursework (Credit hours completed 3rd Semester in progress. and remaining): Expected Date of Completion of Research 6 Months after the approval. Work: Expected Date of July’2020. Completion of Program: Last GPA and CGPA (Please attach result of 3.1 GPA. each semester): 3. Research Topic: Topic of Research: No of article reviewed for synopsis Date of Approval Name of Supervisor Name of Co-Supervisor (if any): Status of Research Work Effects of Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) on Balance, Speed and Agility in Post-Concussion Football Players. 10 15 June 2019. Dr. Waqar Ahmad Awan. NA In progress. 4. Employment Status: Unemployed N/A. Employed (job place, title, and status—i.e., on Lecturer, NWIHS-NWCPT | Northwest General Hospital. study leave or otherwise) Please Note: The scholars under HEC Indigenous 5000 Fellowship Program shall not undertake any employment whether paid or otherwise at any stage during their course of study of the program. Dated: _________________________ Signature of Scholar: _____________________ 3 5. 6. Remarks of the Supervisor: Overall progress: (please tick only one) Poor Satisfactory Good Verified/Certified by Supervisor Very Good Excellent Countersigned by Associate Dean PG&R Name: Name: Prof Waqar Ahmed Awan Signature: Date: Signature: Date: 4 VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION THERAPY (VRT) ON BALANCE, SPEED AND AGILITY IN POST-CONCUSSION FOOTBALL PLAYERS SIGNATURES Effects of Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) on Balance, Speed and Agility in Post-Concussion Football Players Name of Student: Syed Alamdar Hussain Registration No: 25936 1 2 Dr Supervisor Dr Co-Supervisor (If any) Page 5 VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION THERAPY (VRT) ON BALANCE, SPEED AND AGILITY IN POST-CONCUSSION FOOTBALL PLAYERS 1. INTODUCTION Football (Soccer) is a famous sport and is played for both recreational and professional occupation (1). Football which is one of the contact sport and the main portion of athletes life is spend on the playing field in situations where physical injury is at high risk (2). Football athlete need to be fit mentally and physically in order to cater the grand demands of sports and training which involves the exceptional levels of memory, planning, attention, and other diverse mental functions though good balance is a vital prerequisite for a good sport performance and to musculoskeletal injuries and concussion (3). Players injured during sports by concussions are a public health concern and a burden to healthcare system (2). A concussion is defined as mild traumatic brain injury caused from a sudden impact or alteration in the direction of motion causes the brain to stop normal functionality (4).The causes for concussions include falls, car accidents, etc while physical impact sports are responsible for a major proportion among them (5).In the field of sports medicine the topic of concussion is on the hotfoot today (6). Research surrounding concussion has experienced significant growth recently especially in the areas of incidence, assessment, and recovery. However, there is limited research on the most effective rehabilitation approaches for this injury (6). Among the symptoms related to concussion the three most common symptoms headaches (55.0%), dizziness (41.8%), and blurred vision (16.3%) respectively (7). It has been speculated from research that inju

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