What Do You Need to Know About the Maitland Concept

Are you having a functional disorder in the joint, muscle, and nervous system? Are you in pain and looking for recovery options? Did you know that there is one effective manual therapy technique that can help with those types of pain? One thing that you can take advantage of is the use of the Maitland Concept. Let's discover the key information of the Maitland Concept and its key advantages. What is the Maitland Concept? As defined by International Maitland Teachers Association (IMTA), the Maitland concept ... relates to manual therapy in the initial and ongoing treatment of functional disorders in...

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golfer's elbow

How can Massage Therapy Help With Golfer’s Elbow?

Previously, we know tennis elbow as one type of elbow tendinitis, and since this is popularly known especially to those playing racket sports. But did you know, that it has a cousin? Yes, it's the golfer's elbow. Just like tennis elbow, even your not playing racket sports or golf, you can still have this. This inflammation on the inner side of the elbow can develop to anyone - especially to those who overuse their wrists and forearm muscles known as repetitive stress or a strain injury. Although the two conditions are different, they share the same similarities - both are...

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Do You Have a Hip Pain or Pelvic Pain

Do You Have a Hip Pain or Pelvic Pain?

Wondering if you've got a hip or pelvic pain? The joints associated with this type of pain are commonly misunderstood. And that's we're going to uncover for this post. As we all know the most essential part of treating any type of pain is to discover the real cause. And as you explore further on this post you will see that the type of treatments will vary on the condition that you have. So, let's discover first how the two joints work. Also, we're going to highlight the cause of pain associated with the two joints and its symptoms. The...

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Why You Shouldn’t Foam Roll Your IT Band? What You can Do?

Are you among those people who have foam rolled their IT band? You might do it to relieve the pain from your knee, hip, or coming from your upper leg. And, you are simply considering a foam roll since you wanted to increase your recovery and ease the pain on your upper thigh. But, looking at it closely, you will see that it will not resolve your problem. Foam rolling may worsen your condition. It's essential that you will know the reasons why you shouldn't foam roll your IT band and what's the ideal solution. What is an IT Band?...

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Treating Low Back Pain With Intramuscular Stimulation Technique By Physiotherapist

Intramuscular Stimulation Technique for Lower Back Pain By Physiotherapist

Do you suffer from lower back pain? Already get checked by medical professionals but turned out that your results are normal. But, you're still in pain. There is even no sign of inflammation. You might be looking for some ways on how to ease the pain and also the reason why it is happening. This case can be a chronic musculoskeletal or neuropathic pain. The pain occurs due to nerve irritation or nerve dysfunction. The nerves and its nerve endings become extremely sensitive and misinterpreted as painful ones.  Thus, even after comprehensive medical tests, there will be no signs of...

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The Role of Physiotherapy In Spinal Stenosis

The Role of Physiotherapy In Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a degenerative disease of the spine which mostly affects the age group of 50 and above. It can be one of the causes of back and neck pain which may affect an individual's daily activities such as walking. This condition can cause numbness, tingling sensation, and weakness, especially to your lower body. Its severe condition may also lead to bowel or bladder dysfunction or even paralysis. In today's post will give you the key information about spinal stenosis and provide you with the major role of Physiotherapy in treating this condition. What is Spinal Stenosis? Spinal Stenosis...

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Treating Neck Pain With Intramuscular Stimulation Technique By Physiotherapist

At some points in our lives, we can experience stiff and painful neck. Neck pain is a common complaint. We may hear our family members, friends, colleagues often complaining about it.  And, It can happen due to a variety of reasons. You might end up having neck pain due to muscle tension and strains such as having poor posture. It is also the result of spending a longer period of time over your desk without changing position or hunching over your computer. Also, you've got a bad sleeping position. Neck pain may also exist when you got into injury such as...

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How to Fix Your Posture: Upper Cross Syndrome

Are you glued to your desk all day? Are you also guilty of spending long periods of time with your electronic gadgets? And you might haven't noticed it that it turns out you are sitting in the wrong way and developed a bad posture habit. You ended up sitting while your head is jutted forward. Posture is something that we can improve. But, we can't deny that sometimes we fail to work on it. In the long run, this leads to having trouble with the effects of having poor posture. A poor posture is not a simple problem, it can...

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Radial Shockwave Therapy

What Studies Shows About Radial Shockwave Therapy

You might already hear about Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT) as one of the most effective non-surgical techniques. You might hear it also in various types of clinics advertising its effectiveness. But, you might associate it with something that releases electrical energy and you might be afraid of the effect. To discover unbias information, let's unveil some facts and research-based benefits about it. What is Radial Shockwave Therapy? Radial shockwave therapy is a non-surgical treatment.  Using a shockwave device, it produces a series of acoustic waves with high-frequency energy. With direct application to the area of injury or painful spots and...

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How Does Massage Therapy Can Help Tennis Elbow?

Research studies show that massage therapy effective in treating various types of conditions. And now,  let's discover how it can help to treat tennis elbow. This condition may occur due to different types of activities. What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow or clinically known as lateral epicondylitis or also known as lateral elbow tendinopathy. It's a condition where there is the presence of pain around the outside of the elbow. Pain may also spread to forearms up to wrists. This condition may occur due to overused muscles and tendons of the forearm near within the elbow joint. Also, this may...

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