How to manage Pregnancy Back Pain

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Pregnancy is meant to be the best time of life for a woman as it is the first step towards motherhood. But, about 70% women suffer from back pain, especially in the lower back during the course of their pregnancy making it not as enjoyable as it should be. There are various reasons that lead […]

Best Ways to Ease Neck Pain

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How many times have you heard someone say “Oh, I have a stiff neck” or “I have got a painful neck again”? I am sure you would have heard it many a times. But, have you thought why that is the case. Simply said, neck pain is one of the commonest forms of pain that […]

Importance of Post-Surgical Physiotherapy

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Post-surgical physiotherapy is an essential and cost-effective phase of the recovery process after surgeries. It helps to re-build the patient’s physical strength, flexibility, and increase the physical capacity. Post-surgical Physiotherapy is the easiest, quickest and safest way to get back into your daily activities. A Physiotherapist will observe your function after surgeries. A Physiotherapist’s assessment […]

Exercise in Pregnancy

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Pregnancy can surely have its effect on a woman’s body. It is estimated that 80% to 90% of women suffer from back pain or pelvic pain at some point throughout their pregnancies. This pain at the time of pregnancy can be very painful to cope up with and may disrupt the women to even do […]

How to treat Whiplash injuries through Physiotherapy?

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Whiplash is the one of the most common type of injuries to the neck. It may occur due to a vehicle accident, sporting incident, or if you are hit from the back and your neck is thrown forcefully forward and then backward or vice versa. The impact of the accident may affect the soft tissues, […]

What is Pilates?

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Pilates has become a very popular form of exercise. Pilates was created back in the 1920s by the Physical Trainer Joseph Pilates. The original purpose for using Pilates was for rehabilitation and the first people to use Pilates were the soldiers who returned from war and dance performers. Like any other form of exercise, Pilates […]

How to treat a Frozen Shoulder?

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Frozen Shoulder , medically known as Adhesive Capsulitis , is a condition in which your shoulder joint develops chronic pain, stiffness and inflexibility of motion. This condition may arise due to a shoulder injury or trauma, a surgery, a fracture, carrying of heavy weight , stroke, diabetes, various respiratory or cardiac diseases etc. It is […]

What is Dry Needling?

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“Dry Needling” is a therapy that is used to treat Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction.  It is also known as “Trigger Point Needling”. Dry Needling Therapy makes use of fine solid acupuncture needles in order to release the trigger points in the muscle.  This technique is based on Western Anatomical and Physiological Principles unlike Acupuncture that […]

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