Dr. Anand Kumar SInghAssistant Professor
Anand Kumar Singh is an expert in the area of musculoskeletal injuries with a background in Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics. He has taught these subjects for nearly 7 years at R P Indraprastha Institute of Medical Sciences.
Prior to taking up the current role in 2019, Anand Kumar Singh served in academic position as a Head of Physiotherapy Department, at R P Indraprastha Institute of Medical Sciences.
Anand Kumar Singh holds a Master’s of Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics from the Maharishi Markandeshwar University; Bachelor’s of Physiotherapy from the Guru Nanak Dev University.
Publications (from 2015)
‘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). (Kumar, S., Singh, A., and Sharma, A.,2016), pp. 310-313.
‘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). (Kumar, S., Singh, A., and Sharma, A., 2017), pp.1-4.
‘The effectiveness of physiotherapy approaches in patients with parkinsonism disease: A literature review’. International Journal of Health Science & Research, 7(5). (Kumar, S., Singh, A., and Sharma, A., 2017), pp.382-387.
‘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). (Singh, A., Kumar, S., and Sharma, A., 2017), pp.23–29.
‘A comparison between kinesiotaping and tissue specific planter fascia stretching exercise treatment in planter fasciitis’. Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, 11(4). (Singh, A., Kumar, S., and Sharma, A., 2017), pp.06-10.
‘Focusing on different therapeutic approaches in people with stroke rehabilitation: A scoping review of literature’. Research and Reviews: Journal of Neuroscience, 8(1). (Kumar, S., Singh, A., and Sharma, A., 2018), pp. 21-27.
‘Importance of physical therapy approaches to improve quality of living in cancer patients: A review’. Research and reviews: Journal of Oncology and Haematology, 7(1). (Kumar, S., and Singh, A., 2018) pp.07–15.
‘Pulmonary function status in underweight adults: A literature review’ Research & Reviews: A Journal of Health Professions, 8(1). (Mishra, K., Akhtar, Z., Singh A., and Kumar, S., 2018), pp.05-12.
Anand Singh’s current research interests are focused on effectiveness of cyriax physiotherapy and mobilization with movement technique in patients with tennis elbow.