29 Jul

Rehabilitation Treatment Techniques for Joint Protection and Pain Management

It has long been acknowledged by medical experts that medical therapy alone, which includes medications, will not be enough to manage pain for those suffering from joint disorders such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. In fact, physiotherapy has been considered a major component in addressing these disorders and with positive results. To further improve the condition […]

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24 Jul

Women Athletes Face Increased Risk of Sport Injuries Compared to Men

The days are long gone when men dominated the sports fields and other athletic events. We now see countless women excelling in the sports field and making a name for themselves. While this may certainly be good news for all women, this achievement may come with a price. It has now been shown that female […]

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20 Jul

Use of Traction Highly Recommended for Neck Pain

If you are suffering from neck pain or lower back pain, your health care provider may recommend physical therapy for treating the condition. After a thorough evaluation by the physical therapist, a treatment program may be implemented to address your problem. In most likelihood, part of this therapy will involve the use of a cervical […]

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14 Jul

Recovery and Rehabilitation of Foot Sprains Using Physical Therapy

Among the numerous injuries associated with sports activities, one of the most common and one which can be very upsetting would be foot sprains. Aside from causing pain at the slightest movement, foot sprains may take a while before they are fully recovered. In order to hasten the return to the playing field, treatment using […]

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09 Jul

Managing Hip Pain Through Physiotherapy

The hips are known as one of the more durable parts of our body. If exposed to normal wear and tear and even a fair share of repeated movements, the hips may productively serve a person for many years. However, this does not mean our hips are indestructible. Certain conditions such as trauma, fractures, and […]

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18 Jun

The Value of Physiotherapy to a Stroke Patient

Suffering a stroke can be very devastating to a person’s quality of life that patients feel so hopeless and discouraged, to say the least. But all is not lost to a patient since chances of regaining or at least improving one’s condition can be very bright. This would involve the efforts of many health care […]

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15 Jun

TENS, Massage Therapy Effective for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Experts Say

Of the hundred or so joint disorders affecting mankind, rheumatoid arthritis or simply RA has been identified as one of the most common, along with osteoarthritis, gout, and fibromyalgia. When allowed to get worse, RA stands next to osteoarthritis as a cause for joint replacement procedures. Such is the severity of this condition, which has […]

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08 Jun

Managing Fibromyalgia with Physiotherapy

Since its recognition as a medical disorder, incidence of fibromyalgia has been slowly increasing and may now be affecting eight percent of the population, most commonly the adult women. With the cause of this condition still to be determined, the main objective in addressing fibromyalgia is management of pain, which characterizes this common disorder. This […]

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29 May

Pain after Shoulder Surgery Reduced by Half with Physiotherapy

Surgical procedures for the repair or treatment of shoulder problems are fairly common, especially for those who are in the advancing in years. And after each surgical intervention, a patient may have to endure the pain and discomfort for a period of six months to a year. However, post recovery, particularly the relief of pain, […]

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21 May

Study Finds Compression Stockings Better Than Bandages for Leg Ulcer Treatment

Leg ulcers or chronic venous leg ulcerations are fairly common among the adult population, particularly the women. Usually caused by poor blood circulation in the legs, this may eventually cause damage or blockage to the veins which may then result to the breakdown of the skin and impaired healing. These very common chronic wounds can […]

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