Patellar tendinopathy

Patellar Tendinopathy

Are you suffering from pain at the front of your knee that worsens after prolonged rest or overexertion and is better with gentle movement or light exercise? You may have patellar tendinopathy (or jumper’s knee). In this blog, we will discuss patellar tendinopathy from a physiotherapy perspective, exploring its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention …

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De Quervain Syndrome

De Quervain syndrome, also known as De Quervain tenosynovitis, is a painful condition affecting the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist. It typically occurs due to overuse, repetitive movements, or strain on the wrist, leading to inflammation and irritation of the tendons in the thumb. This syndrome can significantly impact one’s daily activities …

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Tennis Elbow

Suffering from tennis elbow is irritating, But fret not; this article will help you understand why tennis elbow occurs in the first place and how to deal with it. How does tennis elbow occur? Most of the time, it occurs due to repetitive overuse of the wrist extensor tendon located at the outer side of …

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Strengthening For Elderly

Harnessing The Potential of Strength Training For Aging Population

Is age a barrier to physical fitness and well-being? Long answers short, research says no. Contrary to conventional beliefs, research has shed light on the remarkable potential, even for individuals aged 90 and above, to enhance their muscle strength and the consequent quality of life through targeted strengthening exercises. In this article, we delve into …

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