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Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common disorder found in both men and women. Some symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. The causes of this disease differ from person to person. Among women, the usual causes are childbirth, aging, and obesity. On the other hand, in men, pelvic floor dysfunction can be caused due to genetics, repetitive lifting of heavyweights and aging.  Patients suffering from this condition resort to ...
Posted on 2017-11-06
Have you ever experienced dizziness or loss of balance recently? Or, had trouble reading or focusing on work? If yes, then you could be suffering from some form of a vestibular disorder. These types of illnesses can hinder your day-to-day activities and affect your productivity at work. In some cases, they can even prove dangerous for your health. For example, if a person with a vestibular disease starts feeling dizzy while driving, he/she can end up losing focus and cause an accident. This is...
Posted on 2017-10-17
Our pelvic floor comprises of a combination of muscles, ligaments, connective tissues and nerves that support major organs present in the region like a flexible strap. This band of muscles allows you to control your bowels and bladder movements and provides support to vital organs like urethra, rectum, and uterus (in females) or prostate (in males). Hence, it is crucial to ensure the fitness of our pelvic region to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. Pelvic floor dysfunction is a comm...
Posted on 2017-10-17
Cerebral palsy is a neurological illness commonly found in children. It is a congenital disease which affects the muscle tone, movement, coordination and reflex control in children. According to a report by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cerebral Palsy (CP) is the most common motor disability in childhood. Children with Cerebral Palsy tend to have a tough time performing day-to-day activities such as walking, sitting and holding objects. The symptoms and severity of this illness c...
Posted on 2017-10-03
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