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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Definition of Scapular Dysfunction or Scapular Dyskinesia

Scapular Dyskinesia

Dysfunction of the scapula or scapular dyskinesia is a condition in which the scapula does not perform movements by other adjacent members. This disorder is caused by injury, weakening, and imbalance of the shoulder muscles in the scapula. Voluntary movement disorder (Dyskinesia) can cause problems in the shoulder or any part of the body, including […]

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries 

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the important internal ligaments of the knee joint. The anterior cruciate ligament or anterior cruciate ligament limits the tibia’s forward movement and the femur’s backward movement. It controls the movements of the knee and prevents excessive movements in the knee. Knee ACL injury refers to the tearing […]

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

It is a term that is used for different conditions. Thoracic outlet syndrome occurs when the nerves or blood vessels in the chest outlet are compressed or stimulated. The thoracic outlet is a space between the clavicle and the first rib. This space is essential because important vessels and nerves pass through it. The critical […]

Physiotherapy Of Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Physiotherapy Of Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common injury in which the shoulder bursa or tendons that move the shoulder or the rotator cuff repeatedly get stuck and are pressed when raising the arm vertically. Shoulder impingement can be very painful. Persistent shoulder impingement can cause shoulder bursitis (inflammation of the joint sacs), structural damage to the […]

Physiotherapy for Headache Relief

Physiotherapy for Headache Relief

Headache ReliefAny pain that occurs in any part of the head is called a headache. There are many types of headaches, and their causes are also many.The International Headache Society describes several different categories of headaches: Cervicogenic (also called muscle spasm headaches). Migraine and cluster. Cranial neuralgia, facial pain, and other headaches. Secondary headaches are […]

Broken Wrist: Treatment, Recovery

Broken Wrist

Broken Wrist Many wrist fractures are successfully treated without surgery. However, some cases require an operation to restore the bones’ typical structure, provide stability, and prevent further bone fragment movement. One of the standard procedures to achieve this is ‘open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) surgery, where the position of the broken bones is corrected and […]

Health care in Ontario

OHIP

Health Care in Ontario OHIP is Ontario’s health care plan. Through OHIP, the province pays for many of the health services you may need. You need to apply and, once you’re approved, you’ll get an Ontario health card. Your health card proves you’re covered by OHIP – that’s why you’ll need to show it every […]