Dr. Yasser  Salem

Dr. Yasser Salem

Professor
University of North Texas Health Science Center, United States of America


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Physical Therapy from University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, USA

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Physical Therapy
62%
Physical Pharmaceutics
90%
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
75%
Physical Growth
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sweeny, T.L., A. Rossi, D.K. Spierer and Y. Salem, 2017. Physical functioning after 1, 3 and 5 years of exercise among people with Parkinson's disease: A longitudinal observational study. J. Geriatric Phys. Therapy, 40: 127-134.
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  2. Liu, H.H., M. Quiben, C. Holmes, M. Connors and Y. Salem, 2017. Differences in the limits of stability between older rolling walker users and older single‐tip‐cane users–a preliminary study. Rehabilitation Nurs., 42: 109-116.
  3. Du, Q., Y. Salem, H.H. Liu, X. Zhou and S. Chen et al., 2017. A home-based exercise program for children with congenital heart disease following interventional cardiac catheterization: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, Vol. 18. 10.1186/s13063-016-1773-7.
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  4. Zhao, Y., Y. Salem, M. Li, H. Master and H. Liu, 2015. Comparison of surface landmarks for measuring the individualized height of rolling walker. Phys. Occupational Therapy Geriatrics, 33: 128-138.
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  5. Salem, Y. and A. Elokda, 2014. Use of virtual reality gaming systems for children who are critically ill. J. Pediatric Rehabilitation Med., 7: 273-276.
  6. Salem, Y., S.J. Gropack, D. Coffin and E.M. Godwin, 2012. Effectiveness of a low-cost virtual reality system for children with developmental delay: A preliminary randomised single-blind controlled trial. Physiotherapy, 98: 189-195.
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  7. Spierer, D.K. and Y. Salem, 2011. Long-term group exercise for people with Parkinson's disease: A feasibility study. J. Neurol. Phys. Therapy, 35: 122-128.
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  8. Salem, Y., A.H. Scott, H. Karpatkin, G. Concert and L. Haller et al., 2011. Community-based group aquatic programme for individuals with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. Disability Rehabilitation, 33: 720-728.
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  9. Salem, Y., A. Scott, V. Belobrovka, A. Harvey, P. Prudent, F. Clifford and E. Spatz, 2011. Effects of aquatic exercise program on functional mobility in individuals with multiple sclerosis: A community-based study. J. Aquatic Phys. Therapy, 18: 22-32.
  10. Potter, K., G.D. Fulk, Y. Salem and J. Sullivan, 2011. Outcome measures in neurological physical therapy practice: Part I. Making sound decisions. J. Neurol. Phys. Therapy, 35: 57-64.
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  11. Salem, Y., V. Lovelace-Chandler, R.J. Zabel and A.G. McMillan, 2010. Effects of prolonged standing on gait in children with spastic cerebral palsy. Phys. Occupational Therapy Pediatrics, 30: 54-65.
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  12. Salem, Y. and S.J. Gropack, 2010. Aquatic therapy for a child with type III spinal muscular atrophy: A case report. Phys. Occupational Therapy Pediatrics, 30: 313-324.
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  13. States, R.A., Y. Salem and E. Pappas, 2009. Overground gait training for chronic stroke: A Cochrane systematic review. J. Neurol. Phys. Therapy, 33: 179-186.
  14. States, R.A., E. Pappas and Y. Salem, 2009. Overground physical therapy gait training for chronic stroke patients with mobility deficits. Stroke, 40: e627-e628.
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  15. Salem, Y. and E.M. Godwin, 2009. Effects of task-oriented training on mobility function in children with cerebral palsy. Neurorehabilitation, 24: 307-313.
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  16. Pappas, E. and Y. Salem, 2009. Overground physical therapy gait training for chronic stroke patients with mobility deficits. Stroke, 40: e627-e628.
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