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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles and ligaments in the pelvic region that act as a chain to protect the pelvic organs, including the bladder, rectum, uterus, or prostate. The contraction and relaxation of these muscles allow the control of bowel movements, urination, and especially for women to have sex. Inability to control […]

The Best Ways to Get Rid of Your Heel Spurs

Heel Spurs

Heel spurs or inflammation of the plantar fascia (plantar fascia) is a common cause of heel pain. This condition is caused by inflammation of a thick band that runs through the sole of your foot and connects the heel bone to the toes. Plantar fascia Inflammation of the plantar fascia, commonly called heel spurs, usually […]

Head and Neck Forward

Head and Neck Forward

More than 66% of people worldwide suffer from a forward neck problem. But what exactly is this complication? What are its symptoms and causes, and how can it be resolved and treated? As it is clear from the name, the neck forward is a position in which the head is placed in front of the […]

Rotator cuff injury: Treatments, Symptoms, and Diagnosis

Rotator cuff injury

Rotator cuff injury or muscle spasm around the shoulder One of the best ways to treat shoulder injuries is shoulder physiotherapy; shoulder rotator cuff injuries range in severity from simple inflammation to complete rupture.A rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint and hold the head of the upper […]

What is Pediatric Physiotherapy?

Pediatric Physiotherapy

Children are NOT just little adults!Pediatric Physiotherapy is a vital component to the health and well-being of children who may have any number of conditions, both genetic, acquired or other.Pediatric physiotherapy is the treatment and care of babies, children and young people from birth to 19 years.Pediatric physiotherapists bring their specialist skills as physiotherapists and […]

Ankle Fractures – Everything You Need To Know

Ankle Fractures

Ankle Fractures There are a lot of important topics associated with ankle fractures.An important topic is the classification of anchored fractions. There are two standard classifications used for ankle fractures:.Weber Classificationankle fractures are classified according to the level of the fibula fracture. (fracture below the syndesmosis, fracture at the syndesmosis, fracture above the syndesmosis).Lauge Hansen […]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the compression of the median nerve in the hand that passes through a canal in the wrist. The median nerve provides sensation in the thumb, index, index finger, and part of the ring finger. This nerve sends impulses to the muscles that go to the thumb. Carpal tunnel syndrome can […]

How to Fix a Pinched Nerve in the Neck

How to Fix a Pinched Nerve in the Neck

Causes of a pinched nerve in your neck. We are seeing so many more patients suffering from a pinched nerve in their neck, and the likely reason we’re sitting too much. We’re not moving enough. We’re slouching in front of our computers, sitting with poor posture, and watching TV. This puts pressure on our discs, […]

Short Leg Syndrome

Short Leg Syndrome

Short leg syndrome (SLS) is commonly known as leg length discrepancy in the medical community. Simply put, a person suffering from short legs has one leg shorter than the other. The difference in length doesn’t have to be huge to make a difference in your body, although a leg length difference of up to 1.5 […]

What to Know About Trendelenburg Sign

Trendelenburg Sign

The Trendelenburg Sign results from unilateral disrupted function of the primary abductor muscles of the hip –gluteus minimus and gluteus medius. The superior gluteal nerve innervates both muscles, and their function can be compromised by damage to the nerve resulting from hip dislocation, hip surgery, or motor neuron disease such as poliomyelitis, direct injury to […]