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  • luchodore's Avatar
    03-06-2020, 05:58 PM
    Hey if anyone wouldn't mind taking a look, I can see some asymmetries in my shoulder when I am doing certain movements, would anyone be able to tell me which muscles are asymmetrical and if there are some exercises I can do to fix them. Any information you can provide for me to research would be appreciated. Thanks youtube.com/ watch?v=eAouFdaxO64&feature=youtu.be
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    02-06-2020, 12:09 PM
    CNS Fatigue is related to brain activity and the reduction in that activity in recruiting the peripheral muscles to do their job. It is not specifically related to that peripheral muscles themselves but more the neurochemical changes in the brain that occur with prolonged activity i.e. a reduction in those chemical transmitters. This would be seen for example in prolonged, endurance activities. So I don't think that deadlifts would generally cause CNS fatigue, but in the presence of CNS Fatigue...
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  • Simona Elena's Avatar
    02-06-2020, 05:49 AM
    Hi Liam can you help me with information about exams! Thank you! My email simona_elena121@yahoo.com - - - Updated - - - Hi Liam can you help me with information about the exam. My email simona_elena121@yahoo.com Thank you Simons
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  • SonGoku's Avatar
    01-06-2020, 05:48 PM
    Hi PhysioBob I also just wanted to ask something related to this - is there such thing as Central Nervous Fatigue when you do deadlifts or any kind of weightlifting? Different from peripheral fatigue? Or am I not understanding it right and it doesn't come into this where chronic fatigue and weightlifting is concerned? Thanks!
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  • meemxiix's Avatar
    31-05-2020, 03:54 PM
    Hi Ms. Mary and Mr. Stan, I hope that both of you are well in this trying times. I'm a registered PT here is the Philippines as well. I'd like know if our curriculum is similar to NZ physiotherapy? I'd like to submit an application as well. Hoping to hear from you soon. Thank you, Emmanuel
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  • ioannis's Avatar
    30-05-2020, 08:16 PM
    Hi, my name's John and I'm looking to get into a school for Physiotherapy assistants. I'm soon to be 23 years old and not getting on well with my current academic studies. Having experienced injuries as an athlete I always looked up to this profession and making a living out of it would be a dream come true. However, I'm really self conscious about my callouses. After years of gym-going, mandatory military service and martial arts I've developed callouses in the palm of my hands. My skin is...
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  • Jim3252's Avatar
    30-05-2020, 04:17 PM
    I have had on and off pain in my right shoulder for many years. It's a burning pain that feels like it's inside the shoulder. I have to use a computer mouse & keyboard intensively for my job as a software tester. I believe this is the main cause ; I had about 2 years away from the job and found the problem disappeared during this time. I try very hard to keep my workstation setup in an ergonomic way. I managed to switch mouse arm/hand a few months ago which seemed to help a lot. ...
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  • abhijagan's Avatar
    27-05-2020, 08:34 PM
    abhijagan replied to a discussion New Case Studies in group Complex Case Studies
    L4-L5 paracentral disc bulge : - chiropractic adjustments with myofascial manipulation work to go along with exercise rehab is about right combination of work you should look for in rehab. More info regarding the onset of pain and history attached to the same will help provide a much more specific answer for your query.
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