Olajide Ayinla Olawale
Olajide Ayinla Olawale
Professor of Physiotherapy, University of Lagos, Nigeria
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Efficacy of the FIFA 11+ warm-up programme in male youth football: a cluster randomised controlled trial
OBA Owoeye, SRA Akinbo, BA Tella, OA Olawale
Journal of sports science & medicine 13 (2), 321, 2014
Stroke management: Informal caregivers’ burdens and strians of caring for stroke survivors
CA Gbiri, OA Olawale, SO Isaac
Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine 58 (2), 98-103, 2015
Psychological impact of cerebral palsy on families: The African perspective
OA Olawale, AN Deih, RKK Yaadar
Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice 4 (02), 159-163, 2013
Knowledge, attitude and practice of physiotherapists towards promotion of physically active lifestyles in patient management
HA Aweto, CN Oligbo, OA Fapojuwo, OA Olawale
BMC health services research 13, 1-8, 2013
Effect of progressive aerobic and resistance exercises on the pulmonary functions of individuals with type 2 diabetes in Nigeria
O Osho, S Akinbo, A Osinubi, O Olawale
International Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism 10 (1), 411-417, 2012
Exercise training improves walking function in an African group of stroke survivors: a randomized controlled trial
OA Olawale, SI Jaja, CN Anigbogu, KO Appiah-Kubi, D Jones-Okai
Clinical rehabilitation 25 (5), 442-450, 2011
Injury prevention in football: Knowledge and behaviour of players and availability of medical care in a Nigerian youth football league
OBA Owoeye, SRA Akinbo, OA Olawale, BA Tella, NM Ibeabuchi
South African Journal of Sports Medicine 25 (3), 77-80, 2013
Association between postures and work-related musculoskeletal discomforts (WRMD) among beverage bottling workers
UO Abaraogu, DO Odebiyi, OA Olawale
Work 54 (1), 113-119, 2016
Evaluation of predictive factors influencing community reintegration in adult patients with stroke
OA Olawale, JS Usman, KI Oke, OC Osundiya
Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice 9 (01), 006-010, 2018
Changes in blood glucose, lipid profile and antioxidant activities in trained and untrained adult male subjects during programmed exercise on the treadmill
FO Awobajo, OA Olawale, S Bassey
Nig QJ Hosp Med 23 (2), 117-24, 2013
Handgrip strength in individuals with long-standing type 2 diabetes mellitus: A preliminary report
CI Ezema, EV Iwelu, UO Abaraogu, OA Olawale
African Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences 4 (1-2), 67-71, 2012
Effects of combined aerobic and stretching exercises on the cardiopulmonary parameters of premenopausal and postmenopausal breast cancer survivors
HA Aweto, SRA Akinbo, OA Olawale
Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine 25 (3), 177-183, 2015
Task-oriented circuit training improves ambulatory functions in acute stroke: a randomized controlled trial.
E Frimpong, OA Olawale, DA Antwi, C Antwi-Boasiako, B Dzudzor
International Research Journals, 2014
Awareness and knowledge of physiotherapy among the general public in an African market in Accra Metropolis, Ghana
OA Olawale, MT Adjabeng
Indian Journal of Physical Therapy 2 (1), 32-6, 2014
The efficacy of interferential therapy and exercise therapy in the treatment of low back pain
OA Olawale, CM Agudzeamegah
Nigerian Journal of Experimental and Clinical Biosciences 2 (1), 10-14, 2014
Effects of a 6-week aerobic exercise programme on the cardiovascular parameters, body composition, and quality of life of people living with human immune virus
DO John, BA Tella, OA Olawale, JN John, TA Adeyemo, OC Okezue
Journal of exercise rehabilitation 14 (5), 891, 2018
Efficacy of the FIFA 11+ Warm-Up Programme in Male Youth Football: a ﻲﻋراز ﻲﻔﻄﺼﻣ نارﺎﻜﻤﻫ و cluster randomised controlled trial
OB Owoeye, SR Akinbo, BA Tella, OA Olawale
J Sports Sci Med 13 (2), 321-27, 2014
Ergometer cycling improves the ambulatory function and cardiovascular fitness of stroke patients—a randomized controlled trial
EK Ofori, E Frimpong, A Ademiluyi, OA Olawale
Journal of Physical Therapy Science 31 (3), 211-216, 2019
Self Reported Work Organization indices factors are associated with prevalence of work related musculoskeletal disorders among Bottling Workers. Across sectional study
UO Abaraogu, OA Olawale, DO Odebiyi, OA Ezeukwu, CI Ezema
Applied Sciences 7 (2), 28-34, 2012
The effect of exercise training on balance in adult patients with post-stroke hemiplegia
OA Olawale, OS Ogunmakin
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 13 (7), 318-322, 2006
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