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Sep 2016

Benefits Of Facial Physiotherapy

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Some people think about physiotherapy as a treatment for people who’ve gotten whiplash from a car accident or who’ve hurt themselves after hitting the pavement while out shoveling snow. But physiotherapy is actually a useful option for a whole host of ailments and conditions, and one of those things is facial injuries. This blog post will look the benefits of facial physiotherapy by covering facial paralysis, looking at the impact this condition has on, focusing on the benefits of facial physiotherapy and looking at how long it might take to see progress from treatment. Facial Paralysis Physiotherapy is an option for people who have facial paralysis. The facial nerve is one of the dozen cranial nerves. Unfortunately, the facial nerve is subject to possible injury due to various types of mishaps. People who have nerve paralysis of the peripheral facial variety get it due to Bell’s Palsy, a tumor extraction,…

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Part of the movement sciences, physiotherapy is a healthcare discipline geared towards helping people who are dealing with mobility-limiting ailments that can be as painful and they are debilitating. As such, physiotherapists target numerous body systems in order to help their clients to regain the mobility required for physical activity, to ward off or to recover from disability, to manage chronic or acute conditions, to recuperate after an injury and to avoid re-occurrence of problems. What conditions can physiotherapy treat?…

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Sciatic pain can often be debilitating. This type of leg pain, which is usually accompanied by numbness, tingling or weakness, has been known to render people immobile. Pain starts in the lower back and travels through the buttock area and down the big sciatic nerve in the back of the legs. How do I know it’s sciatica? Here are some of the symptoms: Chronic pain only on one side of the leg or buttock. It’s hardly ever in both legs;…

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Pinched nerves hurt. They can be so painful that they impede normal day-to-day functions. Massage therapy may be a pinched nerves arch nemesis. Pinched nerves usually happen because of an injury to structures near the nerve. The sciatic nerve is probably the nerve that is the best known for becoming pinched. Pinched nerves most often occur in the lower back and in the neck area, although they can occur anywhere on the body. For instance, carpal tunnel syndrome is caused…

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We’ve all experienced heartache, but some of us have experienced it in a literal sense. The term “heart disease” is sometimes used to mean “cardiovascular disease”, which usually describes heart conditions that involve the narrowing or blockage of blood vessels that may cause a heart attack, angina (chest pain) or stroke. Other maladies of the heart include irregular heartbeat and mitral valve prolapse. Cardiac disease is a leading cause of death in Canada. About 90 per cent of Canadians have…

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