They Lied to us.

They lied to me Writing this feels like...my coming out ceremony. For a long time, I thought "I am too young" "too female" "too naïve" "what do I know?" " I haven't seen life yet to be sharing my experience."...

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What is Foot Drop or Injection Palsy?

[caption id="attachment_667" align="aligncenter" width="562"] foot-drop image from msviews.org[/caption] Physiotherapy Treatmet of Foot drop or Injection Palsy Foot drop or drop foot refers to the inability to lift off the front part of the foot. It can occur because the nerve,...

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Plantar Fascitis or Pain in the foot

  Plantar Fascitis is the most common cause of heel pain in adults. It often occurs as a result of repetitive use or excessive load on the fascia of the foot. The fascia is a band of connective tissue beneath...

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What is SIJ dysfunction?

  The sacro-iliac joint is a system of joint connecting the lower spine and the pelvis. The lowest part of the spine, the sacrum which is also called the tailbone connects the two pelvic bones on the right and left...

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What is Iliotibial band syndrome?

  ITB syndrome is when there is discomfort or pain on the outside of the knees particularly in runners. The cause of the pain is commonly from repetitive friction from the sliding movement of the iliotibial band as the knee...

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What is Frozen Shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis?

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis is when the shoulder capsule becomes inflamed and the fibrotic adhesions limit shoulder movement resulting in pain and stiffness. There are three stages of the frozen shoulder symptoms Freezing: initially characterised by pain...

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What is shoulder rotator cuff injury?

The shoulder girdle has a relatively unstable ball and socket joint and it uses surrounding muscles to stabilise it. The rotator cuff muscles form a cusp around the shoulder joint and are responsible for shoulder rotation aside other movement in...

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