Physiotherapy And Rehabilitation Articles

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The Importance of Physiotherapy

10 March, 2014
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Physiotherapy & latest technology An episode of back pain can last for several weeks, and may also reoccur upon treatment. Physiotherapy is often considered to decrease back pain, increase function, provide education and support to prevent further recurrences and allow a patient to gradually return to normal activities. How physiotherapy works Physiotherapy involves physical and …

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Stroke FAQ

3 February, 2015
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Stroke FAQ: What is stroke? Stroke (or Cerebrovascular accident) is an emergency condition. Sudden loss of function of a part of brain is caused by sudden brain damage either due to sudden stoppage of blood supply to brain or due to bleeding within brain. The patient usually complains of paralysis of either one side of …

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Chronic Arthritis in Haemophilic Patients

8 May, 2014
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What is haemophilic arthritis? It is a common bleeding manifestation that occurs either spontaneously or from a mild trauma, but the haemarthroses becomes more spontaneous with time and repeated bleeding. The knees, elbows, ankles, hips and shoulders are the most common joints involved. What are the causes of the disorder? Haemophilia is a genetic (X-linked) …

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Patellar Knee Dislocation

22 April, 2014
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About Patella Dislocation Patellar Dislocation is a condition where the patella or kneecap moves out of its original place. Patella, which lies in front of the knee-joint at the base of the femur (thighbone) may dislocate due to an external force or injury. This condition is common with athletes and adolescent women. The dislocation causes …

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee)

21 April, 2014
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What is patellofemoral pain syndrome (Runner’s Knee)? Patellofemoral pain syndrome refers to pain in front of the knee. It is most commonly seen in teenagers, athletes (runner’s knee) and manual labourers. The kneecap has a cartilage underneath that acts as a natural shock absorber. The disorder is generally also referred to as chondromalacia patella, or …

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Bone Dislocation: Causes & Risk Factors

12 March, 2014
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A dislocation is an injury which temporarily deforms and immobilises your joint, causing displacement or separation of your bones. This injury may result in sudden and severe pain. Commonly caused as a result of a traumatic injury, dislocations can occur in any joint. Dislocations that are caused in major joints, such as shoulder, hip, knee, …

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