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Physiotherapy is used to treat a number of different issues with men and women. It is designed to help with the pain caused by injuries or conditions that the body may have suffered from. Through exercise, stretches, massage and electrotherapy, you can manipulate the areas in pain, creating stronger muscles and strengthening the weak areas. Physiotherapy and Pregnancy Pregnant women often suffer from multiple pains. Back issues are one of the most common. Nearly 70 percent of women suffer from back pain during their pregnancy, and sometimes this back pain can be unbearable to the point where it hinders the woman from living their day-to-day as normal. Everyday tasks become much more difficult, and sleeping becomes more restless. Fortunately, physiotherapy can be used during pregnancy. The treatments will enhance the body’s mobility, making for a much smoother pregnancy and labor. After you have found the right physiotherapy clinic to go…

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Even though children are often very active, especially in comparison to adults, it’s still just as important for them to get exercise as their growth is detrimental while at a young age. If they begin to partake in regular exercise as a young child, they will be more likely to grow up fit and in good health. Core strengthening is just one of the many things that should be focused on, and is one of the most important. Good core…

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Many people think that physiotherapy is only about helping people deal with aches and pains, or speeding up their recovery following knee surgery. But physiotherapy can actually benefit those who suffer from a range of ailments, and those who are recovering from conditions that go beyond joint pain. In fact, physiotherapy has been shown to greatly assist the recovery for cardiac surgery patients. Undergoing cardiac surgery can leave a patient restricted in their movement, and even fearful of physical activity.…

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A major cause of back problems may be hidden inside your day job. Today, with more and more occupations involving employees sitting at desks for a full work day, there is an increased risk of back pain caused by the long-term sitting sessions hunched over our work computers. Many factors relating to desk jobs have direct impacts upon our back health. These include the height of your chair; your posture in your chair; the position of your computer screen, keyboard,…

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It’s one of the lesser-known physiotherapy techniques, but one that can be effective. Shockwave therapy (also called radial shockwave therapy) is a technique that uses high-energy sound waves – and not electrical shocks – to help assist the healing process after an injury. Shockwave therapy is used for musculoskeletal injuries, mainly those areas where connective tissues come into contact with bone. Examples of common injuries treated by shockwave therapy treatment include tennis/golf elbow, rotator cuff tendonitis/calcification, stress fractures, trochanteric bursitis…

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