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  • dmoor61's Avatar
    10-12-2019, 11:59 PM
    Back on Aug 12 I was doing curls and using bad form, swinging the bar and my neck was down. Nothing heavy maybe 75#. Within three days I had Paresthesia of my fingers and toes, stiff neck and dizzy spells. Toes will go from ice cold to burning. Had extensive blood work and xrays of neck. Nothing significant. Seen Neurologist, she said whiplash injury and ordered MRI. Image didn't reveal anything significant. Went to ortho surgeon yesterday. Didn't have a definite diagnosis for me. Said I...
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  • Archana02's Avatar
    10-12-2019, 02:20 PM
    Hi! Iím Archana, I have an experience of 6years as Physiotherapist in India. Now I would like to apply for DHA license exam. Would like to know the procedure. Kindly help me with it. My email ID is archana.nandagopal@gmail.com TIA
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  • Phyioindia's Avatar
    10-12-2019, 05:05 AM
    Hi everyone, I am an educated physio (both BPT & MPT from India) with an 8 yrs experience as Assistant Professor (Physiotherapy). We are moving to New Zealand and am looking forward to applying for PBNZ license. But the information I have gathered so far is not very encouraging. So, I will be grateful, if anyone can suggest whether pursueing a Master's again from NZ will make the process of getting lisence easier and simpler?
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  • Phyioindia's Avatar
    10-12-2019, 04:59 AM
    Hi, Savio have u applied to PBNZ yet and how far has your application proceeded?
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  • offgridhealer's Avatar
    09-12-2019, 11:20 AM
    Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) refers to the use of a red-beam or near-infrared laser with a wave-length between 600 and 1000 nanometers and power from 5 to 500 milliwatts. Depending on wavelength, tissues absorb energy to produce heat. LLLT lasers transfer small or very small amounts of energy into the skin. In contrast, lasers used in ablative surgery typically use 300 watts and burn the tissues they encounter. This is a good quality Low-Level Laser Therapy kit, made in UK by...
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  • totalwreck's Avatar
    06-12-2019, 09:41 AM
    Okay, so where to start? Well, early 20's I become interested in going to the gym, after a sedentary lifestyle, lots of computer games etc. I joined a gym and started to lift weights, with particular emphasis on the compound movements. My programme I was given was essentially a 5x5 routine across mon/wed/fri. This would include Low bar back squat Bench press Pendlay Row Deadlift Overhead Press. Now, i began getting various aches and pains, sharp electric shock sensations, sore knees,...
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  • DonnyBell's Avatar
    04-12-2019, 01:04 PM
    Hi, of course, if you see folds on the insoles, then this is already a sign of lack of quality, I bought insoles in Israel from a very good specialist two years ago, the order cost me $ 200, I went away for exactly a year, and I didn’t regret a bit, but then they were stolen, I still don’t understand who they might need if they were made under my foot)) And after this case, I don’t buy insoles anymore, but take excellent orthopedic shoes here 10 Best Work and Hiking Boots for Flat Feet in 2019...
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  • DonnyBell's Avatar
    04-12-2019, 12:57 PM
    Of course you can, but what's the problem ??
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  • divya8421's Avatar
    04-12-2019, 09:02 AM
    My mother has had spontaneous knee dislocation for most of her life. Usually it would move back on its own, but the last time, it did not, and the damage was severe enough that surgery had to be done. She was on bed rest for a month before surgery as they needed the swelling to go down first. About a month after surgery she began physiotherapy. She has been making slow progress, slower than other patients of the physiotherapist. At the last session, something snapped and caused her an immense...
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