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  • Anuyag21's Avatar
    26-01-2020, 01:44 AM
  • pathfind008's Avatar
    23-01-2020, 10:47 AM
    Hi..I am also a physiotherapist from India. Can anyone guide me as to the requirements to work in the United Kingdom? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance
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  • Harry06's Avatar
    22-01-2020, 01:44 PM
    Hi I am physiotherapist. I am planning DHA exam soon but donít have any idea about that . It would be really help full if anyone can share study materials. heryshgr@gmail.com
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    22-01-2020, 09:20 AM
    American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine suggests the following tips to STOP sports injuries specially as pertinent to football injuries: Have a pre-season health and wellness evaluation. Perform proper warm up and cool down Consistently incorporate strength training and stretching. Hydrate adequately to maintain health and minimize cramps Stay active during summer break to prepare for return to sports Wear properly fitted protective equipment such as helmet, pad and...
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    22-01-2020, 09:16 AM
    Knee pain is the most common form of joint pain, found in a vast majority of people globally. Knee pain can arise from soft tissue injuries eg ligament sprains and muscle strains, bone conditions eg knee arthritis, Osgood Schlatters, and biomechanical dysfunction eg Patellofemoral syndrome. It may even be referred from your sciatica! For an injured / swollen knee, RICE treatment is usually helpful as the first line of treatment at home.
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    22-01-2020, 09:04 AM
    Itís a type of hip arthritis that occurs when flexible tissue at the ends of bones wear down, leading to breakdown of the cartilage that cushions your hip bones. There may be inflammation of the hip joint. People with arthritis also feel stiffness and have reduced range of motion in the hip.
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    22-01-2020, 08:56 AM
    Physiotherapy After Surgery is an important part of that recovery. Patients who prepare for surgery and actively take part in their care canrecover in less time and with less knee pain. Rehab exercises will help you walk, climb stairs, and return to other normal activities more quickly. This knee pain treatment guide has general information along with tips for things to do before and after knee replacement to help you make it a success.
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    21-01-2020, 03:55 PM
    Hi Distancenewbie and thanks for posting and asking for some advice. I suppose we need to consider if the 'knot' is overlying the actual shinbone (tibia) or at least is emanating from the junction of the muscles in that area and the tibia. If so it could have been some calcification due to excessive pulling on the attachment to the bone. Mechanically the deeper calf muscle (the soleus) is the one most active during the impact phase of running. It is assisting to control/slow down the ankle...
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  • distancenewbie's Avatar
    21-01-2020, 03:20 PM
    Hi all, I've had a knot/trigger point just inside my right shin bone, about a third the way down, for years now, and it's never been a problem for 10k runs and sprints at very basic amateur level. A physio showed me how to massage it away ages ago but as it's always come back and it didn't seem to be limiting my running/fitness I stopped bothering to be honest.
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  • Edgarquin's Avatar
    21-01-2020, 04:44 AM
    Hi Narcissus, I am curious how did the training go. I have the same thing as you do and after 3 months, I want to play soccer again but I'm afraid of hurting again.
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  • tjb113's Avatar
    20-01-2020, 10:55 AM
    Reading through this thread has been great and has at least helped me appreciate that there are others out there that have had similar issues to myself. As a history, back in 2016 I had a run in with severe back pain and muscle spasms that impacted my upper right back and shoulder area, as well as going down my right arm. This pain was severe and it lasted months but eventually subsided. I never did strength tests at the time and was not actively training or anything so I can't if there were...
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    20-01-2020, 10:14 AM
    Slip disc is such a commonly heard term among the back pain sufferers. Already about 70% of Indian Population is reported to have suffered from back pain atleast once during their lifetime. Slip disc or disc protrusion or PIVD makes the largest chunk among the possible cause for this LBP. What are the treatment options for Prolapsed disc? 1. Local Pain Relief 2. Physiotherapy 3. Surgery
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    20-01-2020, 10:07 AM
    Hi Squire, A sprained ankle means one or more ligaments on the outer side of your ankle were stretched or torn. If it is not treated properly, you could have long-term problems. What are the risk factors for an ankle sprain? 1. Heel Posture 2. past History What are the treatments for ankle sprain? 1. Home Treatment 2. Conservative Treatment 3. Surgery
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    20-01-2020, 09:55 AM
    Whether you are walking, running, cycling or exercising; you are likely to be using your knees a lot.When in doubt, rest and have your pain checked out. Itís better to spend a little time and money seeing a qualified physiotherapist than to be sidelined for months by an injury that you could have prevented or minimized.
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  • SubodhGupta's Avatar
    20-01-2020, 09:45 AM
    Hi Ress, Try to walk in between one to two hours. Dont sit for hours. Try some of this exercies : - Bicycle riding - Running - Modified push-ups (with knees on the floor) Hope this will help you..!!
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