My New Knee And The Physiotherapy

The physiotherapist had an integral part in the process that lead to my knee replacement and in the recovery process. So I feel it is important to detail his part in the whole scenario that was my knee replacement. Before the operation: In July 2007, mild pain and soreness began to occur often on the […]

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How Many Days Should You Rest Sore Muscles?

When you exercise, there is a big chance that your muscles will become sore. This is especially true for people who have just started exercising and who are not accustomed to doing physical activities. Muscle soreness can bring too much discomfort and pain. However, it is not entirely dangerous to your health. Sometimes, all you […]

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Common Netball Injuries

Netball injuries are very common as the sport involves sudden and forceful movements. In fact, in Australia alone, this type of injury ranks seventh among the most common sports injury in the country. Therefore, it is very important to become more familiar about it and how you can prevent such damages. One common netball injury […]

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Neck Cracking: A Danger to Your Health?

The neck includes many bones which may be aided by strong muscles for assisting it and allowing your head to move unhampered. The phenomena of neck cracking might cause serious health obstacles and is hurtful too. Cracking of your neck is brought on by gas bubbles that happen to be released in your cartridge at […]

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Arm Pain and Physiotherapy

Arm pain refers to any types of pain or discomfort in one’s arm, hand and shoulder; basically from the finger all the way to the shoulder. Your arms is made of muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, skins, nervous system, blood vessels, blood etc, any of which can be injured, infected or receive trauma to get […]

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