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 rotator […]

Physiotherapy for Headache Relief

Physiotherapy for Headache Relief

Any 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 […]

Ankle Fractures – Everything You Need To Know

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 Classification 1. […]

Health care in Ontario

OHIP

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 time you see your […]

Physiotherapy After Surgery

Physiotherapy After Surgery

Physiotherapy is one of the complementary treatments after various surgeries. This treatment will help the patient recover faster, and the surgery will be more effective. physiotherapy after surgery treatment by an experienced physiotherapist can also ensure a person’s mental health.Different types of surgeries require their recovery period. A surgical procedure includes preoperative care, surgical procedure, […]

Compression Stocking for Varicose Veins

Compression Stocking for Varicose Veins

A varicose vein is a swollen, twisted vein that is often easily visible under the skin. The use of varicose socks can improve the symptoms of varicose veins, such as pain and fatigue and prevent further progression of these symptoms and complications.Varicose veins form when the body’s blood collects behind the damaged valves in the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Frozen Shoulder Diagnosis and Treatment

Frozen Shoulder Diagnosis and Treatment

Frozen shoulder is a condition that causes shoulder pain and limits the shoulder’s range of motion. The limitation in movement affects both the active and passive range of motion. That means that your movement is restricted at the shoulder joint when you try to move your arm and when someone else (such as your doctor) […]