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  • Jdoyley92's Avatar
    Today, 11:13 AM
    Hey everyone, wondering if anyone has any advise for me. I have tilted hips/one leg longer than the other. My left foot arch is fine, my right foot isnít flat but itís close to it. The arch is very small on my right foot. Iím wondering if youís think the main issue contributing to my hips would be the right foot (work on calves) or coming from the hip itself? Has anyone ever experienced this? My symptoms include knee hip and feet burning pain. Thank you, Jon
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  • Jdoyley92's Avatar
    Today, 11:11 AM
    Hey everyone, wondering if anyone has any advise for me. I have tilted hips/one leg longer than the other. My left foot arch is fine, my right foot isnít flat but itís close to it. The arch is very small on my right foot. Iím wondering if youís think the main issue contributing to my hips would be the right foot (work on calves) or coming from the hip itself? Has anyone ever experienced this? My symptoms include knee hip and feet burning pain. Thank you, Jon
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    Yesterday, 12:31 PM
    Thanks for the info, I was searching for it for my friend.
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    25-01-2022, 02:17 AM
    Hi Physio Forum, (Mods please remove if inappropriate) I am writing to you all if anyone requires any mentoring/ specific education service. Please find below my website. Please feel free to reach out there if you're interested or know someone else who is. Kevin Physio Mentor ‚€“ Physiotherapy mentoring and education services Or alternative, you type kevinphysiomentor.com.au on google to find it.
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  • overseasphysio's Avatar
    22-01-2022, 03:20 AM
    Hi, I know you wrote this post a little while ago but I saw no one had responded to it - I have an e.book and website dedicated to 'getting registered as a physio in New Zealand' - you can check it out here: https://forum.physiobase.com/working...n-new-zealand/ I also run a FB page where people ask questions and we share info about the process: https://www.facebook.com/gettingregisteredasaphysioinNZ My e.book about the process can be purchased here: Getting Registered As A Physio In...
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  • overseasphysio's Avatar
    22-01-2022, 03:17 AM
    Hi, I know you wrote this post a little while ago but I saw no one had responded to it - I have an e.book and website dedicated to 'getting registered as a physio in New Zealand' - you can check it out here: https://forum.physiobase.com/working-as-a-physiotherapist-in-new-zealand/ I also run a FB page where people ask questions and we share info about the process: https://www.facebook.com/gettingregisteredasaphysioinNZ My e.book about the process can be purchased here: Getting...
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    20-01-2022, 05:00 AM
    Australia, New South Wales (Sydney) - Long running practice purchased by current owner in May 2005 and relocating to current premises in 2008Large patient database with strong referral relationships from local GPís and surrounding... See More Information...
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  • otasika's Avatar
    19-01-2022, 10:54 PM
    Hello mmwr715, thank you for getting back to me. 1) I'm not double jointed. I don't seem to be able to overstretch elbow and knees past straight. 2) My mother was rheumatic when she was little and was hospitalized for a year and a half, and was on steroid treatment. 3) I take Vitamins B and D. 4) I am 44. I've been having heavy shoulders since in my 20's and have been headachy since when I was 6 years old, but especially the last few years neck/shoulder/back pain got worse, and I could...
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  • mmwr715's Avatar
    19-01-2022, 08:52 PM
    "Low back pain (LBP) is defined as pain that is localised below the ribs (costal margin) and above the inferior gluteal folds." If unilateral, suggest you might want to try several positional releases iliocostalis and quadratus lumborum- rest elbow on sore side on a arm rest or on sofa. Bend over to that side and twist back on that side until you can get to sweet spot - hold for 90 seconds Gluteus medius, thoracolumbar near midline - lie on stomach and extend thigh on affected side with...
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  • mmwr715's Avatar
    19-01-2022, 08:27 PM
    Sorry about your troubles but this is not enough information to go on: 1) are you double jointed - can you put your hands on floor and overstretch elbow/ knees past straight? 2) Is there significant pain issues in your family? 3) Do you take any vitamins ( especially Vitamin D)? 4) what is your age and how did widespread pains start? Was there a car accident? 5) do you sleep well? - is there much morning stiffness and if so for how long? 6) do you work on a computer? 7) Do you have...
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  • mmwr715's Avatar
    19-01-2022, 08:16 PM
    Sorry about your trouble. Simple measure: - This might benefit significantly from botulinum toxin injection into Vastas lateralis quad muscle. Kesary, Y., Singh, V., Frenkel-Rutenberg, T. et al. Botulinum toxin injections as salvage therapy is beneficial for management of patellofemoral pain syndrome. Knee Surg & Relat Res 33, 39 (2021). https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s43019-021-00121-3 they used 500 units of Dysport botulinum = 200 units of Botox which...
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  • RidgelineDave's Avatar
    19-01-2022, 04:26 PM
    For over 30+ years I have had a reoccurring sharp pain near the upper/lateral patella that would come and go. At times it would feel like an IT band problem and the pain would come when walking and the knee would bend. This pain would go away in three to five days and I could go back to squatting weights, hiking, doing treadmill etc. with no problem. Now in my older age of 68 the condition is chronic, weird things like doing wall sits gives instant relief after for a short period of time,...
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  • neurocitihospital's Avatar
    19-01-2022, 11:45 AM
    Neurological physiotherapy involves the treatment of people with movement and function disorders that have originated from problems within the body's nervous and neuromuscular system. If you get if from theBest Neurologist in Ludhiana it would be more benefit for you.
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  • otasika's Avatar
    18-01-2022, 05:52 AM
    Hello there, When I had De Quervain's tenosynovitis my doctor recommended physiotherapy. I eventually started receiving treatment for my chronic headache, neck/shoulder/back pain and tingling/numbness in my arm/hand as well. Because my insurance covers physio treatment unlimited and I've found a great physiotherapist after going to several other ones, I've been getting treatment twice a week. This frequency was originally suggested when I was getting my tenosynovitis treated, and although...
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  • RidgelineDave's Avatar
    17-01-2022, 06:51 PM
    What would be my next step? Ortho diagnosed OA with only an x ray which I questioned because there is a considerable gap between bones. Doctor says there is no need for an MRI but I have had a sharp pin point pain when touched at the top/lateral side of the patella for 30+ years. I have dealt with this because it always seemed to go away and come back now and then. Now it just stays with me. I have been in the gym three days a week for most of my 68yrs and after a leg workout, squats,...
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