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Sports Physiotherapy: The 4 Steps to Successful Sports Injury Management Part 3

Step #3 Injury Rehabilitation   3. Restoring  physiological functional capacity and individual skills to return to play.   The single most important ingredient in the rehabilitation of any bone or joint injury is safe and appropriate…
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The 4 Steps to Successful Sports Injury Management

The 4 Steps to Successful Sports Injury Management . Step #1   Accurate & Detailed Diagnosis   Step #2 How Injuries Heal Step #3 Injury Rehabilitation Step #4 Return to Sports Decision   1. Securing…
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Does Running cause Arthritis?

This review was published in the New York Times. An article in Skeletal Radiology, a well-respected journal, created something of a sensation in Europe last year. It reported that researchers from Danube Hospital in Austria examined the knees…
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How to properly sit at a computer to prevent back and neck pain

Regular computer users perform 50,000 to 200,000 keystrokes each day. Under certain circumstances and for vulnerable individuals, frequent computer use that involves awkward postures, repetition, and forceful exertions may be related to nerve,…
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Prevent Pain with proper Backpacks

Tips for Proper Use of Backpacks   Backpacks are a popular and practical way for children and teenagers to carry schoolbooks and supplies. They are designed to distribute the weight of the load among some of the body's strongest muscles.…
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Neck Pain- Causes, Solutions, Prevention

  Neck pain is discomfort in any of the structures in the neck. These include the muscles, nerves, bones (vertebrae), and the disks between the bones. Considerations When your neck is sore, you may have difficulty moving it, especially…
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Whiplash Injury (ICBC)

The cervical vertebrae are the topmost seven bones of the spinal column. Important nerves exit between each of these vertebrae. The vertebral arteries run through small holes in the boney processes that are at the sides of these vertebrae. Whiplash…
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Sacro-Iliac Joint Pain

The sacro-iliac (say: sey-kroh-IL-ee-ak) joint can be one of the causes of mechanical low back pain. It is often seen with other causes of low back pain. The sacro-iliac joint lies between the sacrum and the iliac crests of the pelvic bones.…