What is Podiatry?

Podiatrist

Podiatry can be considered a branch of medical science that can be used in the treatment of common foot diseases and problems, including nails and calluses. A doctor who is a podiatrist teaches health care to treat foot problems and can help them in diagnosing and treating conditions where the feet and lower limbs suffer […]

Height Increasing Exercises and Physiotherapy

Increase Height

Height plays an important role in strengthening people’s self-confidence. Human height is an aspect of their body that they do not have much control over. Scientists believe that about 80% of human height is determined by the genes in their bodies, and height is largely influenced by heredity. Each person’s height is determined by more […]

High Arch Feet (Cavus Foot)

High Arch Feet

Diagnosing and treating deep foot wells and arches. Pes cavus is a condition in which the arch of the sole is increased more than usual, and the increase of the sole is visible. In general, the inner edge of the foot raises the middle to give the foot an arch-like shape. The height of this […]

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

Temporomandibular Joint

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is formed by the mandibular condyle, the articular eminence, and the fossa of the temporal bone. The articular disc is located between them. The TMJ function enables the movement of the jaw for actions like eating, yawning, and speaking. The temporomandibular joint – the TMJ – is the joint between the […]

Hamstring muscle injury

Hamstring muscle injury

Hamstring muscle injury is common in many kinds of sports and often accounts for an extended absence from training and competition. Injury is commonly sustained during eccentric contraction. It is most frequently located proximally and can be divided into the high-speed running type and the stretching type injury.Physical examination should take place within 2 days […]

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 […]

Postural Dysfunction Scoliosis

Postural Dysfunction Scoliosis

Scoliosis is an abnormal lateral curvature of the spine. It is often diagnosed in childhood or adolescence. Normal curves of the spine occur in the cervical, chest, and lower back parts on a plate called “sagittal”. These natural curves place the head on the pelvis and work as shock absorbers to distribute the mechanical pressure […]

Hallux Valgus or Big Toe Deviation

Hallux Valgus or Big Toe Deviation

Big toe deviation, or hallux valgus, is the most common foot deformity; This condition is also called big toe bunion. Its cause is the growth of an extra bony protrusion outward, in the big toe. The pressure applied to the foot while walking, standing for a long time, and wearing tight shoes can cause the […]

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 […]

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 Forward neck is a position in which the head is placed in front of the […]