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Ankle sprains
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The ankle consists of four bones, precisely shaped to interlock and give stability to the joint. Strong bands of connective tissue, called ligaments, wrap around the joint and hold the bones together. These ligaments prevent too much movement within the joint. However, a sudden impact or twist can roll the foot and overstretch one of the supporting ligaments, causing minute tears and bleeding into the joint. This is known as an ankle sprain. The sprain is categorised by the degree of damage to t...Readmore>>
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Physiotherapic Rehabilitation
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An essential aspect of physiotherapy treatment is rehabilitation, which may be required in order to re-educate a person to enable them to safely return to sport, work or leisure activities. For example, sitting for prolonged periods of time at a VDU requires good postural alignment whereas returning to sport requires specific fitness. Following injury and periods of immobilisation, patients may be affected by muscle weakness and loss of function. Physiotherapists use various techniques ...Readmore>>
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Types of Physiotherapy
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The central aim of physiotherapy (physical therapy) is to restore proper functioning to the body. In the case of permanent disease or injury, the aim is to reduce the impact of the dysfunction. Contrary to popular belief, physiotherapists aren’t limited to the rehabilitation of sports injuries and back pain. As well as musculoskeletal injuries, physiotherapists can also manage: *Neurological conditions, such as stroke *Multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injuries *Cardiothoracic condit...Readmore>>
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About physiotherapy
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Physiotherapy is the application of physical agents and principles to pathological conditions for producing therapeutic effects. The prognosis in the treatment of trauma has been remarkably improved by the introduction of methods of physiotherapy, enabling more and more injured people to the functionally restored. There are two main modes of achieving the above aims. One is by mobilisation of the bodily and mental energies of the patient by exercises and the other is by application of externa...Readmore>>
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