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Sacroiliac Joint Pain and its Physiotherapy for Pain Relief (1)

difference between Inflammatory and Mechanical Back Pain

¬†Difference between Inflammatory and Mechanical Back Pain: Introduction Millions of people around the world suffer from back pain, which is a common condition. While it can originate from various sources, two primary categories are often used to classify back – pain inflammatory and mechanical. Understanding the differences between these two types of back pain is …

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Sever Disease and its Physiotherapy Treatment

Sever Disease and its Physiotherapy Treatment

Understanding Sever Disease and Its Comprehensive Treatment: A Physiotherapist’s Perspective 1. Introduction Sever Disease, also known as calcaneal apophysitis, is a common condition affecting young athletes and active children. We will explore the causes, clinical features, signs and symptoms, diagnostic methods, and the crucial role of physiotherapy in managing this condition effectively. 2. What is …

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Hamstring Injury- Cause, Treatment and Prevention

Hamstring Injury- Cause, Treatment and Prevention

Hamstring injury Hamstring injury is a common and significant injury in sports, particularly in activities that require high levels of sprinting, jumping, and cutting. It can have a significant impact on a player’s performance and ability to participate in the sport. Hamstring strains can lead to time lost from training and competition, decreased physical performance, …

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SIS The New Age Treatment for Your Pain

SIS The New Age Treatment for Your Pain

What is SIS? The high-intensity electromagnetic field generated in the applicator coil serves as the foundation for the super inductive system (SIS) technology. the initial cause of pain alleviation is the device muscle contractions or achieving muscle relaxation, muscle strength, joint mobilization, etc. based on the intensity and frequency of this field as well as …

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Sacroiliac Joint Pain and its Physiotherapy for Pain Relief (1)

Sacroiliac Joint Pain | SI Joint Pain and its Physiotherapy for Pain Relief

Sacroiliac Joint Pain Sacroiliac (SI) Joint pain can cause due to SI joint dysfunction or Sacroiliitis. SI Joint Dysfunction: SI joint dysfunction can occur when the joint becomes misaligned or loses its normal range of motion such as hypermobile or hypo mobile. This can cause pain, stiffness, and discomfort in the lower back, hips, buttocks, …

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Physiotherapy treatmetn for knee meniscus injury at elite physiotherapy and sports injury centre

The Complete Guide to Meniscus Injury Treatment and How to Prevent Future Injuries

Introduction: What is a Meniscus Tear? A meniscus tear is the most common knee injury and is caused by a sudden twisting or bending of the knee joint. A meniscus is a type of cartilage that provides cushioning and acts as a natural shock absorber It helps to distribute the load across the knee joint …

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Osgood Schlatter Disease and its Physiotherapy Treatment

Osgood Schlatter Disease and its Physiotherapy Treatment

What is Osgood Schlatter Disease? Osgood Schlatter Disease (OSD) is a common cause of anterior knee pain in the skeletally immature sports population. Clinically, it manifests as a persistent, atraumatic anterior knee pain with tenderness at the tibial tuberosity, where the patellar tendon inserts. Sports like basketball, volleyball, sprinters, gymnastics, and football can cause the …

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Heel Spur and its Physiotherapy Treatment

Heel Spur and its Physiotherapy Treatment

What is a heel spur? A Heel spur, often known as a calcaneal spur, is a bony protrusion that originates on the heel bone. Calcaneal spurs can occur at the back of the heel (dorsal heel spur) or under the sole of the foot (plantar heel spur). Dorsal spurs are frequently connected with Achilles Tendinopathy, …

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Flat Feet and Its 7 Best Physiotherapy Treatments

Flat Feet and Its 7 Best Physiotherapy Treatments

What are Flat Feet? Adult feet typically have an upward curvature in the middle, which may be seen from the inside. We refer to this as an arch or medial arch of the foot. The arch is formed by tendons, which are tight bands that join at the heel and foot bones. The arches of …

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Achilles Tendinopathy and Its Best Physiotherapy Managements

Achilles Tendinopathy and Its Best Physiotherapy Managements

What Is Achilles Tendinopathy? An inflammation of the Achilles tendon, a substantial band of tissue that runs down the back of the lower leg and joins the calf muscles to the heel, is known as Achilles tendinopathy. Any issue, either short- or long-term, with a tendon is referred to as “tendinopathy.” While someone is running …

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