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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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Meniscus Tear Its Best Physiotherapy Management (1)

Meniscus Tear: Its Best Physiotherapy Management

What are meniscus injuries? Athletes frequently suffer meniscus injuries as a result of a sports injury. A meniscus can be torn or ruptured completely. An injury can affect the normal biomechanics of the knee joint and produce pain. A meniscus injury is typically produced by a torsional movement of the femur and tibia under load …

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Physiotherapy After ACL-Reconstruction Surgery

Physiotherapy After ACL-Reconstruction Surgery

ACL Post Reconstruction Rehab: When an ACL is injured, there are both clinical indicators and subjective instability, necessitating a complete rehabilitation program.  When an ACL ruptures completely and there are clinical and subjective symptoms of instability, surgery is required. Rehabilitation after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR) is critical to a successful recovery. This rehabilitation procedure …

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Shin Splint and its Physiotherapy Management

Shin Splint and its Physiotherapy Management

What is a shin splint? Shin splint is a frequent lower extremity overuse condition. It is most common in runners and other athletes who engage in heavy weight-bearing exercises, such as jumpers. Exercise-induced pain across the front tibia is the primary symptom. A Shin splint is a buildup of unrepaired microdamage in the cortical bone …

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Ankle Sprain ant Its Quick Physiotherapy Treatment

Ankle Sprain ant Its Quick Physiotherapy Treatment

Ankle sprain Ankle sprain are a common type of injury. Approximately 85% of all ankle sprains are inversion-type, lateral ligament injuries. Ankle sprains are most common among athletic groups. Poor rehabilitation following an initial sprain increases the likelihood of this injury recurring. In athletics, the ankle joint is the second most usually injured body part. …

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Low Back Pain Due to Hyperlordosis of the Spine

Low Back Pain | Hyperlordosis | Physiotherapy Management

What is Hyperlordosis? Hyperlordosis is the condition of the lower back spine, in which the lumbar spine acquire a posture of the increased anterior curve. It can be easily visible in the side view. The lordotic posture differs from the healthy posture in the following ways: Increased lumbar lordosis and pelvic anterior tilt. Increased hip …

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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 syndrome as …

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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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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Physiotherapy Exercise Treatment (2)

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Physiotherapy Exercise Treatment

WHAT IS TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: Tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) is a posterior tibial nerve compression neuropathy. Symptoms include pain spreading into the foot, which is generally exacerbated by walking. There is also weakness and atrophy of the small foot muscles, as well as loss of foot sensation. CAUSES: Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by any …

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Morton neuroma, Morton's metatarsalgia, Intermetatarsal neuroma and Intermetatarsal space neuroma

Morton Neuroma Non-Surgical Management

What is Morton Neuroma? Morton Neuroma is a disorder involving the common plantar digital nerves that is produced by entrapment of the enlarged nerve and repetitive traction beneath the deep transverse metatarsal ligament, resulting in epineural and perineural fibrous overgrowth. In layman’s words, it is the swelling and inflammation of the nerve. Most commonly, a …

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