Physical Therapy

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Physical therapy which is sometimes referred to as physiotherapy is the practice of trying to develop, maintain and restore full or partial movement, and functions of various body parts in a person. The malfunctioning of the body parts could be as a result of an accident, advanced age, injury, sickness or various environmental factors as hypothermia. Its main objectives of physical therapy are to promote, prevent, cure, habilitate and rehabilitate the parts. The process includes many players as the patients, the family, the physiotherapist, welfare communities, other professional and the entire community at large. In our physical therapy section we have enough materials to make you understand the predicaments of the afflicted individuals and their quest for solutions. It entails the management and development of the body parts. Many helpful aids have been donated by the relevant bodies and individuals. Members too have engaged is interesting discussions while sharing their knowledge and experiences.
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Rotator Cuff Injury – Learn How To Recover From It Fast And NaturallyPosted by Andy Finn. Published on Aug 13, 2009 A rotator cuff injury can be the result of different factors, including accident or trauma, wear and tear or inflammation. When injured in a fall or while playing a sport, the most common outcome can be a torn rotator cuff, or a dislocated shoulder. Rest is then recommended in order to restore tendons functionality first, after which a period of rehabilitation should follow to regain mobility and strengthen the shoulder. "physical Therapy Knee" – An Exclusive OverviewPosted by Steve Butler. Published on Jul 08, 2009 "Physical therapy knee" is an innovative treatment method used by physiotherapists to bring long lasting relief to the joints in the knee (which is affected by pain). One of the most common causes of joint pain is injury and the most commonly affected joint is the knee joint. An inflammation of the kneecap and the surrounding areas are some of the causes of knee pain. Feel The Change From The HeatPosted by Georgel Grant. Published on Jul 04, 2009 Home Infrared saunas are rooms or cabins with infrared heaters inside. These heaters are the ones who are responsible of keeping the radiant energy stable inside the area thus maintaining the warmth that is just enough for the body. Heat that comes from them is absorbed by human through pores with a depth of about an inch or two thus affecting tissues and organs by putting some warmth on it. Frozen Shoulder Exercises Are The Best Way To Cure Your ShoulderPosted by Stephen Maltas. Published on Jun 22, 2009 A frozen shoulder has three stages that vary in length and levels of pain and can rob you of many of life's joys. The third stage can last as long as 26 months without the right frozen shoulder exercises. My favorite frozen shoulder exercise only requires a wall. Get The Facts On Vocational Rehabilitation ServicesPosted by Yasmin Nidia. Published on Jun 13, 2009 Other rehabilitation service that you can find today are vocational rehabilitation services. Vocational rehabilitation services are some of the most essential rehabilitation services that you need to think about. Different with social rehabilitation services, the vocational rehabilitation services concentrate more on getting the patient work and getting them back to living their life as they did before their injury or accident. Rotator Cuff Recovery – Shoulder Pain Cures For The Long Term!Posted by Doc Melson. Published on May 04, 2009 There are many exercises you can perform to help you heal from your should pains. There are also many things you can do when doing these exercises that will only make the pain worse and make it last longer. You need to know the proper ways to deal with rotator cuff recovery because if you do not you could end up hurting yourself more than you help yourself. Here are the proper ways to recover from a rotator cuff injury. Is It Possible To Handle Anxiety And Panic Attacks?Posted by Isak Johnson. Published on Apr 17, 2009 In this article we will talk about panic attacks, why they occur and what you can do about it. We will also look briefly at the symptoms and the biological reason they occur. Over-pronation, Fallen Arches And Flat FeetPosted by Peter Van Dyke. Published on Apr 02, 2009 Pronation and supination are commonly heard terms, often in association with fallen arches, high arches, flat feet etc. This article explains the meaning of these terms and looks in particular at the problem of over-pronation. You will read about the following. Physiotherapy Management Of Respiratory ConditionsPosted by Jonathan Blood-Smyth. Published on Jan 25, 2009 Respiratory conditions are a very common presentation in community and hospital settings, with a wide variety of diagnoses being assessed and treated by physiotherapy. Conditions which can present include pneumonia, chronic bronchitis, asthma, bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis, hyperventilation and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. For Best Results Rehab Your Twisted Ankle The Way It MovesPosted by Bret Mundt. Published on Jan 05, 2009 Your ankle moves in an unlimited number of ways but a lot of rehab programs only focus on the actual ligaments and tendons that have been injured and not the whole ankle. The problem with the approach most programs take is that they only strengthen the damaged tendons/ligaments while neglecting the other parts of the ankle. Go to page:
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