Have you ever wondered how you can positively influence the condition of your respiratory system? Especially in the era of the prevailing pandemic, it is worth taking a closer look at the mechanics and possibilities of improving its functioning. How to do it? You will learn by reading the following article.
When non-invasive methods of treating problems in the area of the musculoskeletal system do not bring the desired results, surgical intervention is often necessary. And one of the most important recommendations after surgery is postoperative rehabilitation. Are you waiting for such an operation? Now find out what awaits you after the procedure.
What is golfer’s elbow? What are its symptoms and treatment? You will learn this from the article below.
Golfer’s elbow is enthesopathy of the medial epicondyle of the humerus, it is a pain syndrome of attachment of the wrist flexor muscles located on the medial side of the elbow joint. Pain is most often associated with overloading of the flexors of the wrist flexors.
Underbone conflict is one of the most common causes of shoulder pain. The pain is caused by pressure on the structure of the underarm space. What is the under shoulder space? It is a space limited from above by the shoulder appendage of the scapula and raven-barium ligament, and from below by the head of the humerus.
In this space, the tendons of the rotator cone run, isolated from the shoulder shoulder bladder, through a fluid reservoir ensuring adequate slip, i.e. sub-barrel cassette.Under normal conditions, when this space is large enough, the head of the humerus together with the adjacent tendons of the rotator cuff slides under the shoulder process of the shoulder blades without hindrance during the movements of the limb.
Do you feel pain in the lateral part of the knee or during daily activities while running?
What is the lateral patella syndrome – you will learn from this article!
The lateral patellar support syndrome can be the primary and secondary cause of the development of ailments in the knee joint or the effect of functional problems surrounding the knee joint. A common feature of all these ailments is the noticeable pain in the knee area with a special location on the external side of the patella with its extreme lateral position.
Are you sitting at work a lot? Your armchair and desk are not adapted to your figure? Are you starting to slouch? Does your back hurt?
What are round backs and what you can do about it – you will learn articles from it!
The round back is characterised by too intense work of the pectoral muscles larger along with the widest back. This causes the “closing” of the superficial tape of the upper limbs and the internal rotation of the humerus.
Have you ever heard of the temporomandibular joint? Most of you probably have not, because unfortunately we only learn about it when it causes us problems. Continue reading “What does a dentist and a physiotherapist have in common?”
Uneven pavement, slippery floor, unstable high heels and suddenly TWIST! Sprained ankle. You can try to reduce pain, but you can’t heal it yourself.
Ankle sprains, commonly called “ankles”, usually occur as a result of shifting our weight onto one limb with a sudden twist of a foot. Patients come to us with a “sprained ankle”, but the correct nomenclature is an ankle sprain. Continue reading “Ankle sprain”
Backache, low physical activity, do you want to change something but you don’t know where to start? Or maybe you run marathons, lift weights, train crossfit and think that yoga classes will be too easy for you? You may be surprised …
Do you also belong to people who think that yoga is just a very easy relaxation classes? Or maybe you only associate it with standing on its head and rolling the body into a shape of pretzel? Let’s take a closer look at it.
The yoga system can be beneficial not only for people who are crazy about sports, but also for those who are more crazy in an office chair. Continue reading “Do you already know yoga?”
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!