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Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

  • Posture Power

    Posture Power

    Posture refelects your personality. 4 Ways to Straighten Up  Your posture says a lot about your personality. It also defines how your muscles and joints are working. Despite the importance of having a good posture, most of us do not do anything to improve it. The muscle and ligament imbalances that result from bad posture can lead to all sorts

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  • Physiotherapy to Release Frozen Shoulder

    Physiotherapy to Release Frozen Shoulder

    Frozen shoulder (also known as adhesive capsulitis) is a common disorder, in which the shoulder is stiff, painful and loses normal range of motion. It affects people mainly at the age of 40-60 and is more prevalent in women and diabetic population. The resulting disability can be serious and the condition tends to get worse with time if not treated.

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  • Benefits of medical massage

    Benefits of medical massage

    4 Things you Should Not Miss About Lymphatic Massage The lymphatic structure is a complex process in living beings which includes fluid drainage, transportation, and immune response along with disease resistance. Lymph travels in one direction only, which is towards the heart. The lymphatic massage is a way to gently favoring the lymph flow through non-perceptible reflexology (Rubbing). Unlike other

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  • Electrotherapy – The Best Treatment option  For  musculoskeletal and Sports Injury

    Electrotherapy – The Best Treatment option For musculoskeletal and Sports Injury

    Electrotherapy is the use of electrical energy as a medical treatment. The use of electrotherapy has been researched and accepted in the field of rehabilitation. 1. Pain management 2. Treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction Improvement of strength Improvement of motor control Retards muscle atrophy Improves local blood flow 3. Improves range of joint mobility Induces repeated stretching of contracted, shortened soft

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  • POOR POSTURE

    POOR POSTURE

    Postural dysfunction or poor posture is defined as when our spine is positioned in unnatural positions, in which normal spinal curves are over emphasized and this leads to stressful positions of joints muscles and vertebrae. prolonged poor positioning builds pressure on soft tissues like muscles , ligaments and tendons and can have debilitating effects on your body and causes musculoskeletal

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  • FOR LOVELY AND BUSY MOMS

    FOR LOVELY AND BUSY MOMS

    Your body has performed one of the toughest task and after pregnancy it is n’t the same Of course not! It’s tough to maintain a healthy self-image even before your body has been kicked and pulled from the inside. It’s easy for new moms to become overwhelmed. All too often, as we try so hard to fit the mold of

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