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Cervical spondylosis is a disease mostly occurring in aged people in the cervical spine. Cervical spondylosis affects the disc and joints of the cervical spine that is our neck. Cervical spondylosis is also termed as cervical osteoarthritis or neck arthritis. It is deemed to be caused by the wear and tear of cartilages and bones in the neck. It is also a result of old age and can be caused due to other factors. People can have symptoms like stiffness, chronic and severe pain. But many people c...
Posted on 2019-10-23
There are many forms of exercise that focus on yoga, pilates, meditation, zen, and so on. However, a formal system of stretching for individuals or groups who partake of various indoor and outdoor sports is streamlined in the mode of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). PNF is a term used for muscle stretching to improvise on athletic performance, that requires a trainer or a partner to be a part of your flexibility regime. It involves a series of muscle contractions and relaxation...
Posted on 2019-10-17
Eliminating secretion, raising respiratory efficiency, clearing out the breathing passage, and removing mucus, all of these are treated by chest physiotherapy. Chest physiotherapy’s purpose is to help breathe more freely and give more oxygen to the body. It helps to clear out the secretions from airways in the body. Good respiratory health is achieved by clearing the airways from secretion. Chest physiotherapy is performed by physiotherapists and respiratory therapists. There ...
Posted on 2019-10-10
The most exceptional machinery on Earth; the human body. We have made it out of the forests and walking on all fours. The cause was the need to adapt. When the weather began heating up, we shed our hair, and when there was the need for free limbs, we stood on our feet. Every species on this Earth came up to be their probably perfect selves through evolution and adaptation. Now, what does this tell us about our body? Our bodies were made to adapt to situations. Our bodies are like moulding clay...
Posted on 2019-10-03
A press against the nerves in your spine can spark a numbness in your back, neck, legs, and arms. This could be the beginning of a slipped disc problem, also called a herniated disc, which could be worrying. But what makes this issue more worrisome are some myths around the problem. Here are five myths revolving around slipped discs that could confuse you. 1) The Discs Slip. Unlike the name suggests, this problem doesn’t involve the slipping of a disc in your back. An intricate network...
Posted on 2019-09-19
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