Shoulder physiotherapy

The Connection Between Sports and Physical Fitness.

  The Connection Between Sports and Physical Fitness Introduction For centuries, sports have been a crucial component of human civilization. From ancient Olympic Games to modern sporting events, they have evolved, transcending boundaries and cultures. In this article, we’ll dive into the world of sports, exploring what it is, its functions, advantages, disadvantages, and more. …

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Humerus fracture

Physiotherapy Treatment of Post ORIF Humerus fracture

Understanding the Proximal Humerus Fracture Injuries to the proximal humerus can be painful and debilitating, affecting one’s ability to perform even the simplest daily tasks. When a fracture occurs, especially one requiring an Open Reduction Internal Fixation (ORIF) procedure, comprehensive rehabilitation is essential for a successful recovery. proximal humerus fracture type of injury typically affects …

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Illustration showing shoulder tendinitis

Managing Shoulder Tendinitis: Tips for Relief and Prevention with Physiotherapy

Introduction: Shoulder tendinitis is common when the tendons in the shoulder become inflamed or irritated. This comprehensive guide will explore the causes, symptoms, treatment options, and preventive measures for shoulder tendinitis. By understanding this condition and implementing the suggested steps, you can effectively manage shoulder tendinitis and promote long-term shoulder health. I. Introduction to Shoulder …

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Rotator Cuff Tear and Physiotherapy Management

Rotator Cuff Tear And Physiotherapy Management

Exercises and Stretches for Rotator Cuff Tear The rotator cuff is a very crucial group of muscles in the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff tendons might become irritated by repetitive overhead movements, throwing motions, or reaching duties at work. Weekly strengthening and neuromuscular exercises are advised to lower the risk of injury to these muscles. …

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Frozen Shoulder In Diabetic Patient and Its Management

Frozen Shoulder In Diabetic Patients and Its Management

Frozen shoulder Diabetes now affects millions of people worldwide after an abrupt increase in prevalence over the past few decades. In order to prevent long-term complications including heart issues, muscle spasms, arteries blockage, etc., diabetics must maintain their blood sugar levels. The body’s cholesterol levels are maintained and the heart is kept healthy with regular …

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Frozen Shoulder The Complete Guide

Frozen Shoulder The Complete Guide

Frozen Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis, also referred to as “Frozen Shoulder,” is a disabling and frequently extremely painful condition brought on by the shoulder joint’s capsule becoming tight, painful, and stiff. Without treatment, symptoms may worsen without relief over months or even years. Symptoms are frequently worst at night. But it can be successfully treated, usually …

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Do You Have Shoulder Pain

Do You Have Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome What is Shoulder Impingement Syndrome? The shoulder may be the body’s most complicated joint. Three bones-the Scapula, Humerus (upper arm bone), and Clavicle (collar bone) combine to make it. Due to its highly flexible ball and socket joint, it is less stable than other joints. The shoulder complex is connected to, and …

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SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME The shoulder is a very complex joint and made up of 4 different joints that’s why it is called shoulder complex these joints are- glenohumeral joint, Sterno-clavicular joint, acromioclavicular joint, and a the scapula-thoracic joint. All 4 joints need to work together to form natural smooth movements and if something goes wrong …

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