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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

Shingles is an infection of the nerves caused by the varicella-zoster virus, the same type of virus that causes chickenpox. The medical term for shingles is herpes zoster. Postherpetic neuralgia is pain that remains where the rash from shingles occurred long after the rash has healed. Consequently, exercise and physical therapy are important parts of your postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) treatment plan. Before starting any exercise and physical therapy plan, it’s important to seek help from professional physiotherapists. As they are the ones who can provide in-depth knowledge and the correct ways to perform various exercises. With passive treatments, such as applying

Hand tremors are not life-threatening but can be cause for embarrassment and inconvenience in our lives. Hand tremors could happen to anybody but tend to occur in the elderly. The cause of a hand tremor is not always clear. It could be the effect of bad habits such as smoking. It might be a neurological defect in the cerebellum. It could be the early signs of a neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s. It could be the after-effects of a stroke, anxiety attack, stress, muscle fatigue. Or, it might be something else, entirely. What’s important is that physical therapy can help you

Did you know that 9 out of 10 Canadians are at risk of stroke and heart problems? If you are afflicted with a stroke, then it can take as much as 3 to 6 months to get back on your feet. Stroke rehabilitation assists you in recovering from this ordeal quicker. What are the causes of stroke and how does it happen? It is difficult to name a single cause or reason for a stroke as there are many factors that can contribute to a stroke occurring. Primarily, a stroke takes place when there is inadequate blood flow to your brain. This decreases

Whether you are young or old, losing mobility and independence can be a frightening and depressing transition in one's life. Degenerative diseases, as the name implies, are diseases that progress over time. While it may seem as if those who suffer from them are destined to eventually lose all capability of living a fulfilling and independent life, early treatment can aid in preventing progression, managing pain and regaining mobility. Physiotherapy is designed to provide this kind of support. By understanding what degenerative diseases are, and how physiotherapy can help, that long dark road will seem a lot less long and far less