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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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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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What can you expect from your first physiotherapy session

What can you expect from your first physiotherapy session?

Your first physiotherapy session The first appointment is your first physiotherapy session, and it is separated into three parts.: 1. Detailed description of your problem The first physiotherapy session will include questions about your present symptoms and how they affect your quality of life and activities. The physiotherapist will ask you about your medical history, …

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Tendons Could be the Cause of your Joint Pain

Tendons Could be the Cause of your Joint Pain

How tendon can be involved in your joint pain? You may have heard the terms “Tendinosis,” “Tendinopathy,” or “Tendonitis.” All of these terms are used to describe the type of tendon injury, and tendon injuries differ from muscular injuries in terms of recovery time, as tendon injuries can take longer to recover. The bottom line …

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Bunions and its Most Effective Treatment

Bunions and its Most Effective Treatment

What is Bunions? If you’ve ever been informed you have a bunion, you’re familiar with how they look. Bunions have a distinct appearance that draws attention to them. A bunion is a bony protrusion on the medial side of the first metacarpal joint that is commonly accompanied by hallux valgus. A bunion is a condition …

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Why You Should Consult a Physiotherapist/PHYSIOTHERAPY

Why You Should Consult a Physiotherapist? | Physiotherapy

25 Reasons to Consult a Physiotherapist To treat Avascular necrosis of the hip. Boost immunity. Reduce sciatica and other radiculopathies. Manage low back pain. Help fibromyalgia pain. Reduce muscle tension. Enhance exercise performance. Relieve tension headaches. Manage flat feet. Treat stiffness and spasm. Improve cardiovascular health. Reduce the pain of osteoarthritis. Helps in repetitive strain …

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