Isometric Exercise Benefits

Isometric Exercise Benefits

Isometric exercise is one kind of exercise when we can strengthen muscles without any joint movement.It is a very helpful exercise. When nearly fracture makes off a joint. It is a highly discomfort period and a fully stop movement makes this area destructive. So here isometric exercise is highly recommended.Isometric Exercise Benefitsmaintain proper blood circulationsave … Read more Isometric Exercise Benefits

The role of physical therapists in wound management

The role of physical therapists in wound management

Physiotherapy for wound healingPrice principle P = Protection, using equipment R = Rest I = Ice C= Compression by using an elastic bandage E= Elevation Use TENSE to reduce painPrinciple of management -To maintain normal alignment of a tissue / muscle / body part (positioning) -To ensure proper circulation by encouraging active range of motion, isometric contraction, and passive slow stretching -Transcutaneous electrical nerve … Read more The role of physical therapists in wound management

De quervain’s tenosynovitis treatment

de quervain’s tenosynovitis treatment

DefinitionInflammation of the tendon of the lateral side of the wrist joint– 1. Abductor pollicis longus 2. Extensor pollicis brevisThis is the main cause of this disease condition.Symptoms 1. A hand gripping with the opposition of the thumb is severely painful 2. The ulnar deviation cannot perform for pain 3. All of the movement of the wrist is restricted 4. Always … Read more De quervain’s tenosynovitis treatment

Cerebral Palsy: Causes, Types, and Physiotherapy Treatments

Cerebral palsy

In cerebral palsy (Cerebrum means brain, Palsy means paralysis) Cerebral palsy is a neurological disease of the brain that occurs due to any trauma, disease or disorder. Cerebral palsy is a brain developmental disease of children that affects movement.Types of cerebral palsy   1. Spastic cerebral palsy   2. Ataxic cerebral palsy   3. Athetoid cerebral palsy   4. Mixed … Read more Cerebral Palsy: Causes, Types, and Physiotherapy Treatments

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