When you get just a few months of glorious sunshine and fresh air, it goes without saying that the mountains and outdoor workouts are calling! But in case your body is not feeling in top form for a hike, run, skate or swim, then we recommend physical therapy. In this article, we discuss how physiotherapy

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Can Physiotherapy help me have an active lifestyle

Do you suffer from painful injuries that just won’t go away? Injuries caused by damaged soft tissue or bone problems are painful, incapacitating, hard to manage and upset the quality of your daily life. In such cases, if regular pain medication doesn’t relieve your pain and discomfort and the idea of surgery is overwhelming and risky,

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Benefits of Shockwave Therapy for persistent pain

What is Bell’s Palsy? Bell’s palsy is a facial paralysis caused due to the inflammation of the facial nerve in the skull. The lesser-known condition is characterized by the inability to move one side of the facial muscles and is often mistaken for a brain stroke by patients’ due to similar symptoms. Bell’s Palsy also causes

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Physiotherapy for Bells Palsy

Sciatica is a pain in the nerve affecting the back, hip, and outer side of the leg, caused by compression of a spinal nerve root in the lower back, usually due to prolapse of an intervertebral disk. It is also known as sciatic neuritis, sciatic neuralgia, or lumbar radiculopathy.Symptoms of Sciatica:Pain in lower back, buttocks

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What is Sciatica and How to Treat it

Only a runner knows what toll a run can have on your body. Injuries on knees and joints can hamper your training or worse – it can take you out of a competition which you are been training for months. To avoid this kind of situation it’s better to be prepared to prevent those injuries. Here

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6 Expert Tips to Prevent Running Injuries