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  • bobliver's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:38 AM
    Hey! Due to COVID-19, it’s wise not go for any physical physiotherapy treatments. Social distancing is a must. But that shouldn’t stand in your way to bettering your health. Ankles are quite important for any movement for your body. There is an option called Virtual physiotherapy treatment which is good considering the present situation. You can consult therapists online, they can analyze your movements via video chats and customize your workout routines to better the condition of your ankles...
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    14-07-2020, 09:10 AM
    Hi Hought! Physiotherapy is the best possible option you have for your grandmother, taking her age into predominant consideration. A good physiotherapist can customize the process depending on her age and her physical requirements. Aged people may confidently undergo physiotherapy sessions. But make sure your therapist is qualified and has expertise in dealing with senior adult clients.
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    12-07-2020, 09:40 AM
    I had pulled my hamstring while working out. I was doing squat jumps I think. I felt that deep, sharp pain in my hammy! I struggled to walk for weeks. Then after rest, ice and rehab things got better after about a month and a half. I was able to walk and workout again. Then after a while a bit of pain again there but it was not as debilitating to my functioning as when I initially pulled it. Then I got the diagnosis that my injury may be chronic in nature. Then I did cross friction massage...
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    11-07-2020, 04:37 PM
    I had pulled my hamstring while working out. I was doing squat jumps I think. I felt that deep, sharp pain in my hammy! I struggled to walk for weeks. Then after rest, ice and rehab things got better after about a month and a half. I was able to walk and workout again. Then after a while a bit of pain again there but it was not as debilitating to my functioning as when I initially pulled it. Then I got the diagnosis that my injury may be chronic in nature. Then I did cross friction massage...
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  • JustinRAllen's Avatar
    11-07-2020, 05:08 AM
    Hi everyone First post on here. Undergraduate student in Australia. I have had knee pain over the supero-anterior portion of the right knee cap (patella bone) for 6 months. The most severe was 7/10, Aggs: loading both Conc/Ecc, long periods of flexion e.g. watching sports at arena, car drives. Ease: Straightening. No pain when palpating or pressure. Symptom feels sharp pain but has somatic radiating pain (3/10) to Vas Med and 2-3cm around knee cap previously mentioned pain...
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  • William E Freed's Avatar
    09-07-2020, 10:31 AM
    Hi, I have gone through your post. I think thoracic spine mobility is gives better outcomes with neck injuries in rugby players.
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    08-07-2020, 10:20 PM
    Australia, Queensland (Regional) - Long running well established practice originally setup in 1981 with the current owners forming a partnership in 1989. Then became sole owners of the practice 1990.BUPA preferred provider with... See More Information...
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  • becmaree's Avatar
    08-07-2020, 09:17 AM
    Hello! I am an NZ musculoskeletal physio in private practice, just wondering if there are any physio's out there or if you know of anyone who have gone on to train as a sonographer and specialise in musculoskeletal imaging? Just wondering what the process was, was it an intense course and can you specialise in musculoskeletal sonography or do you need to do general sonography? Many thanks :)
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  • Mamnam's Avatar
    07-07-2020, 08:09 AM
    Hi Hought, I think it would also be good if you can take your grandmother for lower back and hip MRI. I work with the older population and my mom is also an elderly woman. It is up to the Physio to decide plan, or pathway of treatment, but by the little info you gave, I would do 3 things: 1 hands on physio... Dry needling, miofascial release and massage maybe 2 lots of weight bearing exercises, transfer Ed, core stab program 3 walking exercise program maybe with assistave device. Hope it...
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  • DR.CHANDRESH PATEL (P.T.)'s Avatar
    06-07-2020, 07:57 PM
    Thank u very much but can u share a link or material on sling for beginners understanding please.
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