The myofascial therapy consists of a physiotherapy technique that tries to assess and locate restrictions in the myofascial system, for further treatment. What is the fascial system? When myofascial therapy is applied by the physiotherapist in Dwarka, it acts on fascial system, which constitutes a fibrous (collagen-rich) set that coats, and penetrates all the muscles, … Continue reading What is Myofascial Therapy?
From osteoarthritis to a prosthesis Osteoarthritis is defined as damage and/or wear and tear on a joint that the body cannot repair. This condition leads to the deterioration of the cartilage (the solid elastic material that covers and protects the ends of the bones) and the friction of the bone below it, which will cause … Continue reading Hip or Knee Prostheses
There are many pathologies that prevent the development of multiple activities, both sports and daily, due to the pain they cause, but these injuries, as in the case of epicondylitis, are treated with Physiotherapy in Dwarka and tend to evolve very positively. In order to talk about the physiotherapy of epicondylitis, it is important to define what this … Continue reading Physiotherapy in Epicondylitis
Chronic respiratory diseases are diseases of the lungs that extend over long periods of time, most often for life. The most common are considered: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, pulmonary emphysema, bronchiectasis, various respiratory allergies, occupational lung disease, primary or secondary pulmonary hypertension. In such conditions, breathing encounters varying degrees of difficulty, which is … Continue reading Chronic Respiratory Diseases And Physical Therapy
Have you noticed back pain lately? There are many people who experience back pain during or at the end of the day. This may be due to some pathology or as a consequence of bad gestures and postures in the activities that are carried out daily at work or during sports. We all have suffered … Continue reading Causes of Back Pain
When a diagnosis of inflammatory arthritis is received, many people believe that they will have to stop working, play the sports and hobbies they enjoy, or give up their quality of life. However, in 2019, it is entirely possible for a person with inflammatory arthritis to maintain their activities if they receive adequate care. What … Continue reading Maintaining your quality of life after a diagnosis of arthritis
Between 5-15% of the population is hyperlax. Studies show that joint hypermobility is more common in women than in men and that it can have a higher incidence in childhood and decrease with age. The relationship between hypermobility and pain in the musculoskeletal system is common in some people. When recurrent or frequent physical changes occur, it is known … Continue reading What is hypermobility and how is it treated from physical therapy?
Flat foot is a common condition. It is normal in babies and young children. Flat feet occur because the tissues that support the joints in the foot (called tendons) are loose. Orthopaedic Treatment The orthopaedic in Delhi will indicate the use of insoles in order to try to originate the plantar arch in a physiological way. It … Continue reading Flat Foot Treatment
What is diabetic neuropathy? Diabetic Neuropathy is an alteration at the nervous level produced by high levels of glycemia. This alteration modifies the sensitivity and motor function of the muscles. What is diabetic foot? The diabetic foot is one in which the motor, sensory and morphological function is modified. In which the blood supply is decreased and … Continue reading Diabetic Neuropathy: Frequently Asked Questions
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