What Are The Most Frequent Sports Injuries And How To Treat Them

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If you are adept at sports, you are surely no stranger to sports injuries, but what are the most common? Depending on what type of physical activity we do, our body is more prone to suffering one type of trauma, be it bone muscle or another. From our physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka, our sports physiotherapy … Continue reading What Are The Most Frequent Sports Injuries And How To Treat Them

How Can Physical Therapy Help In The Rehabilitation Of A Whiplash?

Whiplash

Whiplash, also called cervical pain or sprains, are muscle injuries produced in the neck area that can affect the spine. They are fairly common injuries and, although they can be chronic, they usually occur after a strong impact behind the neck, so it is very important to seek professional help to recover and not suffer … Continue reading How Can Physical Therapy Help In The Rehabilitation Of A Whiplash?

Physiotherapy In The Postoperative Period of Arthroplasty

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Physiotherapy after knee arthroplasty With physiotherapy in Dwarka, it is intended a total functional recovery of the operated knee, which allows the patient’s global re-education and the return of his level of activity and functionality after performing knee arthroplasty. Total knee replacement in Delhi, that is, the surgery that replaces this joint with a knee prosthesis, … Continue reading Physiotherapy In The Postoperative Period of Arthroplasty

Physiotherapy Recovery of Partial Muscle Breaks

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Partial muscle rupture can be defined by the breakdown of several muscle fibers accompanied by localized bleeding. First aid in the case of muscular breaks: Any physical activity must be interrupted ; Applying cryotherapy to reduce pain and stop bleeding. Symptoms As a symptom, the lesion is accompanied by violent pain and the impossibility of the limb … Continue reading Physiotherapy Recovery of Partial Muscle Breaks

Simple Exercises To Relieve Mild Pain In The Neck And Cervical Area

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A bad posture when sleeping, a sudden movement or spending hours reading or in front of the computer, with the fixed gaze and remaining static, are common causes of that annoying pain in the neck that causes real discomfort. It is something that already happens that, in principle, should not be given too much importance, but if that pain … Continue reading Simple Exercises To Relieve Mild Pain In The Neck And Cervical Area

Physiotherapy in Parkinson’s Disease

parkinson's disease

Parkinson’s disease is a heterogeneous disease, it does not affect two individuals in the same way, nor does it manifest itself with the same symptoms in some as in others. Furthermore, there is no correlation between evolution time and symptoms. Age plays a very important role, we will say that the later the appearance of … Continue reading Physiotherapy in Parkinson’s Disease

The Relationship of Physiotherapy And Diabetes

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Diabetes is a disease defined as a chronic disease that appears when the pancreas does not create insulin, a substance necessary for humans. Due to the increase in diabetics, it is necessary to reflect on this. There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2, while the first is characterized by the fact that … Continue reading The Relationship of Physiotherapy And Diabetes

Arthritis Treatment with Physiotherapy

Arthritis Treatment

Arthritis is a disease that affects the joints that connect the bones. It can manifest itself in acute and chronic forms and is associated with inflammation of the joints. Patients with arthritis experience pain, stiffness and discomfort during mobility. Arthritis has two main forms: osteoarthritis, which occurs when the cartilage between the joints is damaged; and rheumatoid arthritis, … Continue reading Arthritis Treatment with Physiotherapy

SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY TO IMPROVE YOUR PERFORMANCE

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Physiotherapy and sports have always gone hand in hand. Although sedentary life and bad postures do not help, this type of discipline, very regularly, is aimed at recovering and preventing injuries caused during the practice of some physical exercise. We can say that sports physiotherapy is a complement to our usual training to achieve the … Continue reading SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY TO IMPROVE YOUR PERFORMANCE

Physiotherapy Against Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis physiotherapy

Osteoporosis presents as a common bone disease that especially affects women after the arrival of menopause. In recent years, these parameters are changing, expanding the profile and the number of cases that are recorded. This degenerative and disabling process refers to the loss of bone density, something that occurs naturally after age 35; a turning … Continue reading Physiotherapy Against Osteoporosis

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