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In cases where functional movement is compromised, doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists. He/she will write an order authorising the form of treatment he desires. Read more →
Whiplash is a very common injury that can affect anyone. Whiplash occurs most frequently during rear-end motor vehicle accidents. Read more →
In athletes and sports enthusiasts, muscular injuries may stem from a variety of reasons like direct blow or trauma, sudden forceful contraction or stretch and overuse. Read more →
Repetitive injuries are quite common in golf and usually occur in the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments and tendons) of the lower back, shoulders, hands and wrists. Read more →
Ice therapy (cryotherapy) is the use of ice in the treatment of acute and chronic injuries. Read more →
Gait, sometimes called ambulation, is the way a person walks. Gait analysis is a detailed inspection of how a person walks. Read more →
If you are not in the best physical condition or are recovering from an illness or injury, it's that much harder to put in the effort. So, how do you acquire the motivation to exercise? Read more →
Sports injuries can sideline an athlete for a long time, or even permanently - something no athlete likes to think of. Read more →
Taking care of any problem in the early stages can prevent abnormalities when your child gets older. Read more →
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