Dr. Anand Kumar Singh
HOD, Associate Professor: Orthopaedics
Qualification: Bachelor’s of Physiotherapy, Master’s of Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics & Pursuing PhD.
College/University: Guru Nanak Dev University, Maharishi Markandeshwar University & G D Goenka University
Anand Kumar Singh, a seasoned professional in the field of musculoskeletal injuries, boasts a robust background in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy. His impressive journey spans over 11 years, during which he has not only provided expert guidance in research and education within this domain but has also been an integral part of professional practice. In his esteemed career, Anand Kumar Singh assumed the role of Head of the Physiotherapy Department at R P Indraprastha Institute of Medical Sciences (India), showcasing his commitment to academia and his influential presence in shaping the future of physiotherapy. Since 2019, he has held a prominent position, further solidifying his status as a leading figure in the field.
Anand Kumar Singh is fervently dedicated to advancing his understanding and expertise. Currently pursuing a PhD from G D Goenka University, he has exhibited an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and an unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of his field. His academic pursuits are further fortified by his Master’s degree in Physiotherapy with a specialization in Orthopaedics, attained from Maharishi Markandeshwar University in India. Additionally, his foundational education in the form of a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from Guru Nanak Dev University stands as a testament to his unwavering dedication to learning and growth.
Anand Kumar Singh's multifaceted journey through academia, professional practice, and educational accomplishments underscores his unwavering dedication to advancing the field of Orthopaedic Physiotherapy.
Publications (from 2015)
1. Kumar, S., Singh, A., & Sharma, A. (2016). The prevalence of eating disorder among young girls and boys by using eating attitude Test (Eat-26). International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health, 3(5), 310-313.
2. Kumar, S., Singh, A., & Sharma, A. (2017). Prevalence of low back pain and its related functional disability in ex-servicemen of Indian army. International Journal of Yoga Physiotherapy and Physical Education, 2(1), 1-4.
3. Kumar, S., Singh, A., & Sharma, A. (2017). The effectiveness of physiotherapy approaches in patients with Parkinsonism disease: A literature review. International Journal of Health Science & Research, 7(5), 382-387.
4. Singh, A., Kumar, S., & Sharma, A. (2017). Effect of kinesiotaping versus static orthosis for pain and functional status in the patients with tennis elbow. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Health Professions, 7(2), 23-29.
5. Singh, A., Kumar, S., & Sharma, A. (2017). A comparison between kinesiotaping and tissue-specific planter fascia stretching exercise treatment in plantar fasciitis. Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, 11(4), 06-10.
6. Kumar, S., Singh, A., & Sharma, A. (2018). Focusing on different therapeutic approaches in people with stroke rehabilitation: A scoping review of literature. Research and Reviews: Journal of Neuroscience, 8(1), 21-27.
7. Kumar, S., & Singh, A. (2018). Importance of physical therapy approaches to improve quality ofliving in cancer patients: A review. Research and Reviews: Journal of Oncology and Haematology, 7(1), 07-15.
8. Tabish Fahim, A., Ajeet Kumar Saharan, Richa Mahajan, & Anand Kumar Singh. (2020). The relationship of physical self-concept with competition anxiety of young wrestlers. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 10(6), 46-51.
9. Richa Mahajan, Mahendra Singh, Tabish Fahim, & Anand Kumar Singh. (2020). Thumb pain in physiotherapists practicing manual therapy: Prevalence and consequences. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 10(6), 194-200.
10. Anand Kumar Singh. (2021). Effect of Post Isometric Relaxation with Deep Neck Flexor Exercise in Subacute Mechanical Neck Pain. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 11(10).
11. Anand Kumar Singh. (2022). Comparison of effectiveness of Cyriax physiotherapy and mobilization with movement technique in patients with tennis elbow. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health, 9(2).
12. Anand Kumar Singh, Kanika Wadhwa. (2022). Efficacy of multidirectional stepping training and perturbation training on balance in chronic stroke patients. NeuroQuantology, 20(6), 2464-2471.
13. Anand Kumar Singh, Swati, Kanika Wadhwa. Effects of Respiratory Rehabilitation on Patients with Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): A Systematic Review. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 179.
14. Anand Kumar Singh, Kanika Wadhwa. (2022). Effectiveness of physiotherapy interventions following primary unilateral total knee arthroplasty: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 9(7).
15. Swati, Anand Kumar Singh, kanika wadhwa. (2023). Correlation of lumbar flexibility and hamstring flexibility on Functional Movement Screen test in young adults. Journal of New Zealand
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16. Anand Kumar Singh, Kamran Ali (2023). Effectiveness of Muscle Energy Technique & High Power Pain Threshold Static Ultrasound in Myofascial Trigger Points: A Systematic Review. European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 10(04).
17. Vishakha, Anand Kumar Singh. (2023). Association between the Power Grip Strength and Sleep on Performance in Athletes: A Review. BCIPCON-2K22.
18. Anand Kumar Singh, Kanika Wadhwa. (2023). The Impact Of Medical Financial Assistance Schemes And Use Of Health Services By The Underprivileged Population In Rural India. Journal of Interdisciplinary Cycle Research, XV(5).
19. Vishakha,Anand Kumar Singh, Kanika Wadhwa. (2023). Relationship between the power grip strength and sleep on performance in cricket players: A correlational study. Eur. Chem. Bull., 12 (Special Issue 4), 18686-18697.
20. Anand Kumar Singh, Sonali S. (2023). Comparing the impact of vibration therapy and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation technique on spasticity reduction and enhancement of lower extremity function in children with cerebral palsy. Acta Biomed, 94(2).
Contribution to the Profession and Awards (from 2015)
- Delivered a lecture as a Resource person on the Nerve conduction velocity at R P Indraprastha Institute of medical sciences on 16 March 2019, Karnal.
- Keynote speaker at 7th International Conference of physical therapy AIIMS, organized by Physiotherapy unit, Dr. B.R.A. IRCH, AIIMS, New Delhi on 22 & 23 DEC 2018.
- Keynote speaker at 1ST International Conference of physical therapy, at Jamia Milia Islamia on 11 March 2018, New Delhi.
- Got an award of honor in recognition of outstanding contribution to academic excellence at the conference at NEURAXIS on 29th and 30th September 2018.
- Chair a paper presentation at the conference at NEURAXIS on 29th and 30th September 2018.
- Editorial member of the Indian journal of Physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
- Chair a paper presentation at the 5th international conference of Physiotherapy AIIMS 2016.
- Got award of honor in recognition of outstanding contribution to academic excellence by R P Educational Trust
- Member of the advisory board of the international conference of Physiotherapy AIIMS 2016.
- Convenor of student forum of orthopedic manual physical therapy conference 2018.
- Advisory board member of the 4th international congress on brain and Spine.
Anand Singh is currently deeply engrossed in the exploration of a captivating and significant realm within the field of physiotherapy: myofascial pain syndrome. This intriguing area of study has captured his intellectual curiosity and fervor, driving him to delve into its complexities with unwavering dedication.
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