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Physical Therapy Exercises for the Shoulder by hqbk Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 3:34am Being the most flexible joint in the human body, the shoulder is prone to injuries and dislocation that is usually very painful. A dislocated shoulder can limit the range of motion and impair function. Physical therapy exercises for the shoulder are highly beneficial and effective in treating pain, stiffness and other issues that affect this regi ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Exercises for Spinal Stenosis by hqbk Posted Thu 03 Nov 2011 5:54am The narrowing of the spinal canal creates pressure on the nerves, and this results in spinal stenosis. This is a severe and complicated problem, which might lead to pain and discomfort. In order to get relief from the pain, physical therapy is the ideal solution ensuring faster and longer lasting results. There might be different types of spinal st ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Exercises for Knee Injuries by hqbk Posted Wed 12 Jan 2011 6:58am Accidents, slips and falls can happen at any place at anytime. Joints, especially the knees, are at a greater risk of sustaining injuries with pain that could greatly restrict one’s freedom of movement. Some of the most common types of knee injuries are sprains, strains, tendinitis, meniscal tears, fractures and dislocation.     The right ... Read on »
VIDEO: New Physical Therapy Exercises by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Wed 30 Mar 2011 12:55pm Yesterday, I wrote that I would get some tape of these two new physical therapy exercises they gave me. So, here you are.     And that is NOT butt crack… that’s the lower end of a surgical scar from back surgery in 1990.  So save your disgusted comments.  Cuz if you wanna see butt crack, I HAVE some BUTT CRACK photos ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Exercises for Back Injuries by hqbk Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 6:12am Anyone who has had a back injury knows how terribly unpleasant it feels. The condition causes atrophy of the back’s smaller stabilizing muscles. Physical therapy exercises for back injuries can help to provide relief as well as prevent the recurrence of such injuries. Those looking for treatment should incorporate complete rehabilitation of t ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Exercises for Knee Injury by hqbk Posted Mon 06 Aug 2012 7:59am Physical therapy exercises are an important aspect of treatment for effective knee injury recovery. Physical therapists educate their patients about their knee problems or injuries and provide them with instructions on how to perform exercises. This will assist in both making their knees stronger as well as restoring function to those areas ... Read on »
Physical therapy exercise program lowers postnatal depression risk by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 12:00am APTA.org - A physical therapy exercise program with health education is effective in improving postnatal well-being and reducing the risk for postpartum depression, or postnatal depression (PND), according to a randomized controlled trial publi ... Read on »
» Physical Therapy and Exercise For Arthritis by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 12:20pm This is a good article which talks about arthritis in general and describes the goals of physical therapy in treating arthritis Link: » Physical Therapy and Exercise For Arthritis. Read on »
Physical Therapy Knee Exercises by hqbk Posted Tue 19 Apr 2011 3:26am Of all orthopedic problems, knee pain is probably the most common. While the causes for knee pain are many, strengthening the knee muscles through proper exercise is one of the most effective ways to protect them from pain and injury. Physical therapy knee exercises recommended by a qualified and experienced physical therapist can help restore ph ... Read on »