Dr. Tabish FahimAssistant Professor
Tabish Fahim is an expert in the area of physiotherapy with a background in sports physiotherapy. He has taught these subjects for nearly seven years at colleges and universities such as the Indian Institute of Health Education and Research, Patna, Noida International University, Greater Noida.
Prior to taking up the current role in 2018, Tabish Fahim served in academic position such as Programme Incharge and member of Board of Studies (Physiotherapy), Noida International University, Greater Noida.
He is pursuing his Ph.D. from Maharaja Vinayak Global University, Jaipur in sports psychology. He completed the Master of Physiotherapy (Sports Medicine) from Hamdard University, Delhi in 2013.
Publications (from 2015)
‘Effects of 4 weeks of neuromuscular training vs functional balance training on static balance in those with chronic ankle instability’, International Journal of Science and Research, 4(5),pp. 12-14. (Fahim. T., and Chugh.P., 2015).
‘Effects of 4 weeks of neuromuscular training vs functional balance training on dynamic balance in those with chronic ankle instability’,VSRD International Journal of Technical & Non-Technical Research, 2(6), pp.155-162 (Fahim, T., Zutshi. K., and Babbar, S., 2016).
‘Selfieelbow-latest tech injury’, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Research, 20(10), pp. 376-381. (Chugh.P., and Fahim, T.,2016).
‘Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about organ donation among physiotherapy students’, International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts, 6(2). pp.1325-1334. (Chugh.P., Sharma.R., and Fahim, T., 2018).
Tabish Fahimhas done practice based research on balance training, sports injuries and sports psychology. Tabish's current research interests are focused on the relationship between Physical Self-Concept and Competition Anxiety with performance of elite wrestlers.
Contribution to the Profession and Awards (from 2015)
BOS Member-Noida International University, Greater Noida, U.P., India, 2015-17.
Delivered guest lecture on ‘Physiotherapy management of common lower limb injuries in sports’ during Conference on Sports Rehabilitation, Auditorium, Chandiwala Estate, Kalkaji, 11 January 2017.