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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Treatment of Knee Injury
Pregnancy Exercise Therapy
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Post Pregnancy Classes
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Treatment of Shin Splints
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Sir, I had suffered a severe ankle sprain on June, 2016, while playing football. And still I have a pain while twisting and turning my ankle or putting excess pressure and I can not play as it hurts when I try and rotate or swing my ankle. Though I can walk and run with my ankle straight and not twisting it. I had my X-ray done - A small bone island in talus and No bony injury. I had visited 2 doctors and was under medications till september but nothing really worked out. No plaster was done and only medicines were suggested. What can be done so what I can be all up and running once again? Please help me.
I have worked in IBM in Hyderabad desktop job so getting a back pain so that is the best solutions tell me.
My 67 year old mother is a chronic Rheumatoid Arthritis and High Blood Pressure patient for over 2 decades now. Due to very little mobility her ankles are mostly swollen and her feet are very very dark brown in colour. Doctors say it is due to poor circulation and she needs to walk around to improve t. Her knees are terribly painful so she can hardly walk.
I am 22 years old and my body weight is 63 to 65 kgs. I had an accident 2 years ago and I got fractured on my left leg (fumer and tibia) and had an surgery with stainless steel plate. Due to this accident my knee's ligament (ACL and PCL) has been injured, and due to ligament surgery I have to remove my plate. I want to do this surgery after my graduation (2 years remaining). So my question is how long I keep this stainless steel plate inside my leg? And is it OK if I'll keep stainless steel plate inside my leg for 4 to 5 yrs?
I Forward Lunge Forearm to Instep
It’s very important to keep the hips flexible and strong, as they take considerable stress from everyday activities like walking and climbing stairs. This lunge goes beyond the usual range of motion to open the hip joints and provide a deep stretch in the hips and thighs.
1. Standing tall with your feet shoulder width apart, step your left leg forward with a longer than normal stride. Land softly with weight evenly distributed over the heel and mid-foot,extending your right leg behind.
2.Move into a deep lunge by lowering your hips to the floor, bending your right knee, and placing your left hand on the floor for support.
3.Don’t allow your knee to cross over your ankle as you bend the front leg Feel the stretch through both Move your right fore- sides of the hips arm inside the left leg to stretch deeper. Keep your back straight and hold for 15 to 20 seconds, and then repeat on the opposite side.
4. For more strength and better balance,contract your glutes on both sides throughout this movement. As an added bonus, you’ll train your glutes to be engaged in other everyday movements.
II Forward Lunge with Overhead Reach
Performing stretches that combine multiple muscle groups can be very effective.Not only does this allow you to multi-task as far as stretching is concerned,it’s also practical because most activities involve more than one major muscle group.
1.Stand with your back straight, with feet and legs aligned and hands on hips. Engage your core muscles as you move into the lunge Step forward 3 or 4 feet with your left leg.
2.Keep a slight bend in your right knee back behind you.Slowly shift your weight on to the front foot and find a balance without wobbling.
3. Keeping your torso squared, raise your right arm overhead and drop your hips slightly lower to the floor until you feel the stretch throughout your body.Hold for 15 to 20 seconds. Repeat on the opposite side with your right leg in front, left leg behind, and left arm overhead.