What is swelling? Where does it come from? And what are its types? Is it possible to do something with it? Find answers to these questions here!
What is a rotator cuff? Is the cuff and ring the same? Can it be damaged, and if so – how? How to recognise a trauma – and most importantly – how to deal with it?
Scars … Who does not have them? All you have to do is trip over in childhood and break the knee or have an appendicitis for which surgery was required …
But who among you works on them to avoid unpleasant consequences?!
What is the tennis elbow and who tends to be most affected by it? Many false opinions have accumulated around this medical condition. The main one is the belief that the tennis elbow is a disease with which people who play tennis usually struggle. But what’s the reality?
Have you ever heard about the term “rolling”? Or did you happen to see a roller with or without studs in the gym? Do you know what it is?
Have you ever seen a person with a drooping corner of their mouth? Or one that cannot close one eye, because the eyelids refuse to obey? Or maybe you have even experienced it on your own skin after a flu or bacterial infection? Probably it was facial nerve paralysis! What is it and where does it come from?
Have you ever had a car accident and your neck hurts as a result? Maybe a theme park roller coaster, which braked too much, caused a feeling of stiffness in your neck? Or maybe you accidentally skipped a step by running up the stairs and ended up with unplesant discomfort in the cervical spine? If the answer to any of these question is positive, you have probably experienced a ‘whiplash’. What is that? Read on to find out!
“Put on your slippers!” Hear most children in Polish homes. Maybe it is worth letting them walk barefoot though? Maybe it is not without reason that they want to walk without shoes and take them off at the earliest opportunity? You can walk barefoot on the floor, on the carpet, on the sand and on the grass, on puddles on a summer day, on stones, and also on a special “obstacle course”. In that case, is it worth to walk barefoot or is it just a children’s play?
Today we would like to bring you a little closer and tell you about the massage with a Chinese bubble. It has been believed that Chinese cupping massage is only used in the fight against cellulite – but nothing is more wrong!
Yes, it is an excellent solution to get rid of unwanted “orange peel”, but also works in the elimination of back pain or muscle pain. What exactly is a Chinese bubble?
Today, the treasury of kinesiotaping knowledge! You’ve definitely seen on television or at some match players covered with colorful patches. What exactly is it and what purpose is it used for…? Check!