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A disorder of brain function that takes the form of recurring seizures, is known as Epilepsy. Our feelings, thoughts and actions are controlled by brain cells that communicate with each other through regular electrical impulses. When sudden, uncontrolled bursts of electrical activity disrupt the regular functioning of the brain is when seizures occur. It can occur right across the brain or can be confined to just one part of the brain. Communication between cells becomes scrambled and our thoughts, feelings or movements become momentarily confused or uncontrolled. Depending on where in the brain the seizure is occurring and what functions that

The area between the layers of tissue that line the lungs and the chest cavity, known as the pleural space, can get filled with either transudate or exudate forms of fluid. Transudate is usually composed of ultra-filtrates of plasma due to an imbalance in vascular hydrostatic and oncotic forces in the chest, while exudate is typically produced by inflammatory conditions. Exudative pleural effusions are usually more serious and difficult to treat. Most pleural effusions are not serious by themselves, but some require treatment to avoid problems. Let’s take a look at how physical therapy helps. What causes pleural effusions? There are various

Squash is an indoor racquet sport, played by two or four players in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. It can be a fast-moving sport that provides an excellent cardiovascular workout.  Although you need a partner to play squash, there are many squash centers and clubs that offer friendly tournaments and games where you can meet and compete with other squash players. Squash is a game you can play at any age. The rules are simple and any person can learn it quickly. The game suits a person regardless of size. It can be played for leisure

Losing independence is best described as the diminished ability to perform tasks and activities of daily life. Disabling physical illnesses, debilitating injuries and chronic pain can easily contribute to the loss of independence. Losing one’s independence is not only a physical process, but an emotional one as well. As mobility and other factors that facilitate the ease of every day life start to fail, individuals must adjust not only to struggling to complete day-to-day tasks but depending on others to help them as well. How to Cope With Losing Independence By coping with the loss of independence, individuals can lead fulfilling and happy

From casual jogging to competitive sports, nearly all athletic endeavors carry a risk of injury. Some injuries are inevitable, depending on the sport such as muscle strains, ligament tears, and possible dislocations. These injuries have sidelined many athletes for games and seasons. The way you handle these injuries will determine how fast you recover and also the likelihood of re-injuring. The best way to cope with sports injuries is physical rehabilitation. Physical therapy can provide you with multiple benefits in order to facilitate your rehabilitation process. Boosts Recovery If you recently suffered from a sports injury, you can benefit from physical therapy. Chronic