Novel Physiotherapies

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Exercise Hormone Fights with Obesity and Diabetes

Physical exercises maintain physical fitness by strengthening the muscles and the cardiovascular system. It also turns white fat to brown. Regular physical exercises boosts our immune system thereby preventing from Diabetes, Obesity, Cardiovascular diseases and other health problems. Read more…

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Posted by Grace Christusha - 20/12/2012 at 07:40

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Physical Therapy for Preventive Care

There are many different fields in physical therapy which keeps us healthy.Physical therapy deals with simple daily exercises which makes us free from all the health risks in future. These kinds of things may appear as simple, Read more…

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Posted by Grace Christusha - 12/12/2012 at 02:33

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Dry Needling – Relieves Chronic Pain

Dry needling is a technique practiced by physiotherapists for intramuscular stimulation in order to relieve the muscle pain. It is a neuro-physiological, based technique which requires effective manual assessment of neuromuscular system. Read more…

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Posted by Grace Christusha - 30/11/2012 at 00:07

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Physical Fitness Delays Chronic Diseases

Recent study says that fitness at the middle age helps to delay chronic diseases.  Increase in fitness by 20% at the middle age will decreases the chances of chronic diseases such as heart problems, colon cancer, Alzheimer’s disease etc. Read more…

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Posted by Grace Christusha - 12/11/2012 at 00:23

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Osteoporosis- Cured by Physiotherapy

Osteoporosis is a disease caused due to the decrease in the amount of the Bone Mineral Density (BMD). This also occurs due to the change in the composition and quantity of the protein content in the bone. It can be confirmed by comparing Read more…

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Posted by Grace Christusha - 26/10/2012 at 02:38

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Physiotherapy for Parkinson’s patients

A review done by University of Birmingham in the UK reports that physiotherapy is very useful for the patients suffering with Parkinson’s disease in short term. In olden days the treatment is dependent on drugs. Now physiotherapists say that, physiotherapy Read more…

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Posted by Grace Christusha - 22/10/2012 at 07:34

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