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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    Today, 06:14 AM
    Hey Homayoonk, You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    Today, 06:09 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:08 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:06 AM
    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know...
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    Yesterday, 04:00 AM
    Australia, New South Wales (Sydney) - Well established practice originally setup over 30 years ago and purchased by current owner in November 2015Large patient database with 25 new clients per week on averageFantastic lifestyle... See More Information...
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  • mil7083's Avatar
    17-10-2021, 08:35 PM
    anyone? i could really use some help
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    16-10-2021, 07:01 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    16-10-2021, 06:58 AM
    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    14-10-2021, 05:49 AM
    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    14-10-2021, 05:45 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing...
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  • ittiandro's Avatar
    13-10-2021, 07:06 PM
    Thanks for the input. I don't know what you mean by recording the data. My data are recorded every sessions for later review and comparison with the Polar software. The Polar cardio watch is a high-tech product. I think he HR readings are accurate, but a condition like arrhythmia and/or AF may not yield a realistic interpretation of the nominal data. The machine calculates the calories expenditure based on the nominal HR, without being able to tell whether the HR is due to the real load on...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    13-10-2021, 04:38 PM
    Maybe the signal to your watch is playing up? Record it on your device if that is possible and see if it is a temporary glitch or in fact the HR jumping. I think it unlikely to jump like that on the Beta Blocker but you should check that with the cardiologist.
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  • ittiandro's Avatar
    13-10-2021, 03:35 PM
    I am 79, on beta blocker for occasional arrhythmia and AF in the past, but otherwise in excellent health . I windsurf and run about 4-5 km, 3 x week. My doctor said I can, indeed I must continue to exercise. As expected, the first effect of the beta blocker is that it depresses the resting h.r. which is now down to 50-55 bpm, from 70-75 before going on medication. Before going on beta blocker, my hr was 125-130 bpm while training at 70% of my age-adjusted maximum. Now it is around 100 bpm...
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  • capstone_project_expert's Avatar
    13-10-2021, 06:42 AM
    Physical Inactivity Inadequate levels of physical activity are associated with poor health and higher rates of illness, representing $117 billion in annual healthcare costs Growing Awareness Growth in awareness regarding the benefits of physical activity has led to an increase in the proportion of U.S. adults who meet the CDC’s aerobic physical activity guidelines, which has expanded from 44% in 2008 to 54% in 2018 Desire for Active Lifestyle There is also a growing desire to lead an...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    13-10-2021, 06:13 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing...
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    13-10-2021, 05:54 AM
    Business Diversification Independent practices must find ways to diversify in order to create new opportunities and attract new patients. Fast Co. reports that the value of the wellness industry has increased by over 12.5% in the past two years and is now worth $4.2 trillion. Specifically, cash-pay healthcare services will continue to grow. Therapy providers who would like to remain in private practice over the next decade must start thinking strategically about how to specialize, diversify...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    13-10-2021, 05:42 AM
    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know...
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  • mil7083's Avatar
    12-10-2021, 10:16 AM
    Did you ever find out what this was ? I have these exact symptoms
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    12-10-2021, 07:59 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    12-10-2021, 07:54 AM
    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know...
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  • mil7083's Avatar
    11-10-2021, 11:50 PM
    I am a 21 year old female. I used to be anorexic and bad a pretty bad exercise addiction - running around 20km daily. Now running about 7 km a day and have lately been feeling like there is some sort of strange feeling in my knees, hard to describe, same creakiness as you would expect with the worn out door hinges? I don't have any major pain in knees after running, just a constant dull ache thats worse with squatting and going up and down stirs - but if I place my hand on the knee cap and...
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  • rainbowdragon008's Avatar
    11-10-2021, 08:35 AM
    Thank you. :) I’ll just continue working, then and consulting with my physio, and possibly a podiatrist further along the line
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    11-10-2021, 08:27 AM
    Hi rainbowdragon008, foot mechanics are rarely the result of the foot itself. The way you land and move through the arches of the feet depends a lot on how the spine, hip, knee and ankle move.. and how they might differ from side to side. If one foot is 'flatter' than the other it is most likely that this just shows that the rolling through the flatter foot is really a collapsing of the arch. If that beings to cause local foot issues then the arch supports can help reduce excessive rolling etc....
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    11-10-2021, 07:18 AM
    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    11-10-2021, 07:15 AM
    You can go for TENS therapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your body’s deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and backpain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Tens electro therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. the electro therapy helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. TENS 1.0 is the modern device which help to release ‘Endorphins’ which is natural healing chemical...
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  • rainbowdragon008's Avatar
    11-10-2021, 05:39 AM
    Hi there! Thanks for the help with my last post; I’m hoping you can help me again I’ve had flat feet for years, and have used the same (custom) inserts for a number of years as well. My right foot is flatter than the left, so the insert is also larger Recently, I started doing physio exercises to try and see if I could correct things, ie, calf and foot stretches, and towel exercises. I also noticed, a bit over a week ago (I noticed when lying on my back with my knees raised that my...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    10-10-2021, 11:10 PM
    Australia, New South Wales (Sydney) - Long running & well-established clinic originally setup in 2011 by current ownerLarge patient database with excellent referrals from local GP’s, Personal Trainers and Sports ClinicsLow... See More Information...
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  • IrinaGrassi's Avatar
    10-10-2021, 06:11 AM
    Good afternoon everyone, I'm an Australian qualified and trained physiotherapist due to move to Paris, France at the end of Dec 2022 (next year) as my husband has accepted a local role. I'm keen to continue working in the area of pain management, where I have employed in senior roles in busy tertiary Hospital based multidisciplinary pain clinics. The process of obtaining recognition of my Australian qualifications in France looks very involved. I'm therefore looking into applying to the HCPC...
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  • rainbowdragon008's Avatar
    09-10-2021, 11:22 AM
    Thank you for giving me something to go on! I understand it takes time; I’ve taken six years to get to the point where my sacroiliac joint isn’t being constantly thrown out, so I am prepared for this also to take to take a long while.
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    09-10-2021, 11:04 AM
    Hi rainbowdragon008 (nice handler) and thanks for your post. Firstly I'd like to let you know that your symptoms seem totally normal and very common in relation to people who do a lot of seated activity, with or without a computer screen. Gaming and tablet use perhaps contribute to the development of symptoms even more so in those beyond their teenage years. As you have pointed out you perhaps have a slightly bent over posture in your upper back, which means your neck has to extend more to...
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