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Infrapatellar Fat Pad Syndrome / Hoffa’s Disease - Physiotherapy Management
        Infrapatellar Fat Pad Syndrome [Hoffa’s Disease] Infrapatellar fat pad is located in the front part of the knee. In this syndrome the fat pad becomes impinged between kneecap, patellar tendon and thigh bone, it is a sensitive area as it has rich supply of nerves resulting in pain in the anterior part of the knee. Functions of infrapatellar fat pad: It acts as knee bone cushioning shock absorber. It reduces the friction between
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Gilmore's Groin Physiotherapy Treatment Hyderabad

October 31, 2020

 GILMORE’S GROIN

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GILMORE’S GROIN Gilmore’s groin also known as sports hernia, inguinal disruption or athletic pubalgia (It is not related to common hernia). Gilmore’s groin is a muscular groin pain involving the groin region (groin is the area where the lower abdomen joins the thigh region) and aponeurosis (area where the abdomen muscles converge to form inguinal ligament). It is one of the frequent conditions typically acquired by athletes who are involved in sports like football, rugby
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Chronic Pelvic Pain Physiotherapy Management
  Chronic Pelvic Pain (CASE STUDY)   A 35 year old woman presented to our rehabilitation center with complaints of Chronic Pelvic Pain that has affected her since 3 years. Client admits to physical therapist during evaluation that her pain and discomfort has increased post pregnancy and has not subsided, which was often troubling her sleep and difficultly in performing her daily functional activities. Her menstrual cycle is regular but is often painful. Client admits
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Javelin Thrower's Elbow Physiotherapy Management

October 28, 2020

JAVELIN THROWER’S ELBOW

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                                                               JAVELIN THROWER’S ELBOW   Javelins Thrower’s Elbow is mostly caused by overuse. Javelin throwers elbow is a sprain or injury to the medial ulnar collateral ligament of elbow, which is easily susceptible to injury. As the injury is commonly seen in javelin throwers, it is named as javelin throwers elbow. Javelin Thrower’s Elbow happens when a player is subjected to valgus force (which is many times bigger than the tensile properties of ulnar collateral
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Proctalgia-fugax

March 14, 2020

Proctalgia Fugax

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Proctalgia Fugax is anal pain that doesn’t have a clear cause. This pain is generally caused by intense muscle spasms in or around the canal of the anus. It’s alike to another kind of anal pain called levator ani syndrome. The pain is slightly separate in levator ani syndrome, and may last days instead of minutes. Anyone can experience proctalgia fugax. However, it doesn’t normally affect anyone prior to the start of puberty and seems
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Speech and Language Profile in Brain Tumor

February 19, 2020

Speech and Language Profile in Brain Tumor

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Introduction: A brain tumor, known as an intracranial tumor, is an abnormal mass of tissue in which cells grow and multiply uncontrollably, seemingly unchecked by the mechanisms that control normal cells. Primary brain tumors include tumors that originate from the tissues of the brain or the brain’s immediate surroundings. Primary tumors are categorized as glial (composed of glial cells) or non-glial (developed on or in the structures of the brain, including nerves, blood vessels and glands) and benign or malignant.
Rehabilitation, speech therapy
Scoliosis Rehabilitation

January 27, 2020

Scoliosis

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Scoliosis is the sideways or lateral curvature of the spine in the upright position which occur most often during the growth spurt just before puberty. The lateral curvature is usually accompanied by some rotational deformity. Scoliosis is also termed as a three-dimensional deformative abnormality of the spine. Its defines by the cobb’s angle of spine curvature in the coronal plane and often accompanied by the vertebral rotations in the transverse plane. Less than 40% of
Physical Activity, physiotherapy, Rehabilitation
Injured Knee Joint with Torn Meniscus Vector Chart

January 25, 2020

Meniscal Tear

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Meniscal injuries are present in different populaces, and it can be due to traumatic, intense traumatic presentations happen more frequently in younger age during sports competition and practice. A traumatic meniscal tear is seen with the history of sudden onset of the joint line pain which is related with an adequate knee injury. Meniscal tear is common in knee injuries. A torn meniscus happens since of injury caused by intense bending or hyperflexing of the
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Managing Anxiety with Surface EMG

December 12, 2019

Managing Anxiety with Biofeedback

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Worrying is natural.  Anxiety is a normal and health emotion. In some situations, anxiety can be beneficial. Such as a big dance recital, sports event, going to a job interview or giving a speech may cause most people to feel fearful and nervous, resulting in a good result as we practice more and more in anxiety. But however some of us are very overwhelmed by worrying on a daily basis. Those who have experience of
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Central Nervous System Vasculitis
INTRODUCTION Definition: Central Nervous System (CNS) Vasculitis is among a family of rare disorders characterized by the inflammation of blood vessels, which restricts blood flow and damages vital organs and tissues. CNS vasculitis can block the vessels that supply the brain and spinal cord, causing potentially life-threatening complications such as loss of brain function, or stroke.1 Causes: The cause of CNS vasculitis is not fully understood by researchers. Vasculitis is classified as an autoimmune disorder—a
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Diabetic Neuropathy

November 17, 2019

Diabetic Neuropathy

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Introduction Diabetic neuropathy is a progressive functional loss of nerve fiber, often damages legs and feet nerves. It is seen as common complication in 50% of diabetes mellitus patients. Overview Depending on which type of nerve affected, it can range the symptoms of mild pain to severe damage affecting the other parts of body. It can be any of four types developing gradually from mild unnoticing symptoms to severe painful, disabling problem which can even
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Activities for Daily Living (ADLs)

November 15, 2019

Activities of Daily Living

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Activities of daily living include mobility, self-care, management of the environment, hardware and devices, communication and home management activities Daily living activities separated into two areas: Basic ADL. Instrumental ADL. Basic ADL include self-care such as bathing, showering bowel and bladder management, dressing undressing etc. Instrumental ADL include more advance level skill in all performance use of executive function, social skill, and environmental interaction. Factors to consider in ADL evaluation and training –the therapist must
Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation
ADHD Therapy

November 13, 2019

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

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Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder involves a persistent and frequent pattern of developmentally inappropriate inattention and impulsivity ,with or without hyperactivity ‘DSM-IV’.A child without hyperactivity has attention deficit disorder and a child with hyperactivity has attention deficit disorder. Both are implicated in learning disorders and can influence the behavior of a child at any, except cognitive level, except for moderate to profound mental retardation. The cause is unknown. Several theories like biomechanical, sensor motor, physiologic and
Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation
Enthesopathy Causes Symptoms Treatment

November 9, 2019

Enthesopathy

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Enthesopathy is a disorder which causes pain along with restriction of movement at the attachment of a ligament, tendon, fascia or components of a joint to a bone. The site of attachment is called as enthesis which ensure that there is reduction in mechanical stress on border of tissue with various elasticity and strength. Causes: Overuse due to repetitive movements for example playing cricket or tennis. Trauma due to fall on the affected area. Autoimmune
Physical Activity, physiotherapy, Rehabilitation

September 11, 2019

Speech Group Therapy For Children

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Group Therapy in Children Group therapy is designed to help the children learn new things and practice their goals in real life. It includes therapists working with a selected number of children in groups. The groups are often designed to target precise problems and focus on improving social skills, or helping children cope with a range of challenges such as poor social interaction, low-self esteem, emotional regulation, shyness, etc. Group therapy incorporates various forms of
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physiotherapy treatment for spinal cord injury

September 6, 2019

Physiotherapy After An Acute Spinal Cord Injury

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Effectiveness Of Physiotherapy After An Acute Spinal Cord Injury – A Case Study A client Z of age 65 years, endomorphic with a known case of DM, HTN, had a road traffic accident on the highway while traveling in a four-wheeler. The client immediately after an accident felt some tenderness and pain at the neck region, thereafter slowly developed weakness of all four limbs followed by inability to move both upper limbs and lower limbs.
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Effect of Dry Needling on Myofascial Trigger point
A Trigger Point (TrP) is a palpable nodule in the taut bands of the skeletal muscles fascia. It is a hyperirritable spot that can elicit tenderness, local twitch response and referred pain by direct compression or muscle contraction which usually responds with a pain pattern distant from the spot. In myofascial mainly in the center of a muscle belly, the trigger point usually develops. Those are palpable nodules within the tight muscle at the size
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Cognitive-Disorders
Occupational Therapy Role in Adult Cognitive Disorders Cognition defined as information and processing functions of the brain, including attention, memory, and executive functions (i.e., planning, problem-solving, structural capacity, and self-awareness). It is a series of complex thought processes by which we come to know and act on our environment, to benefit from past experiences, and to generate new ideas to advance our existence. Cognitive processing spans a wide range of activity and input. It can
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Osgood-Schlatter-disease

May 13, 2019

Osgood-Schlatter Disease

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Osgood Schalatter Disease The tibial tubercle is an extension of the proximal tibial epiphysis and serves as a point of attachment. Exessive traction of tibial tubercle on the growing bone results in overgrowth of the tibial tubercle. The prominent tibial tubercle is painfull and looks ugly. It is an inflammation of the patellar ligament characterized by a painful bump below the knee which worsens with activity and reliefs with rest. Pain episodes last a few
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Language Stimulation

April 24, 2019

Language Stimulation at Home

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Tips to Parents for Language Stimulation at Home  Almost every child spends their time with the family members at home during their early years. Family members want the child to express his/her emotion and they involve in creating learning environment around the child. This helps the child to communicate and learn language quickly. It’s important to parent to know what helps the child in learning language age appropriately. Parents need to increase the curiosity in
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Active Passive Trainer

March 19, 2019

Active Passive Trainer

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Active Passive trainer is an electronically powered device used for upper and lower limbs.It can be can be used in active and passnd patients ivemodes.This trainer is mainly used for wheelchair  bound patients,making them more independent in doing so improves their of living.It empowers wheelchair bound patients to take charge of their own mobility. http://www.progressivecare.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Active-passive.mp4 ditions like : Spinal Cord Injury(Paraplegia, Hemiplegia,Quadriplegia, Hemiparesis) Stroke Parkinsonism Multiple Sclerosis Cardiovascular fitness  INDICATIONS : Immobile patients Limited muscle
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Stress Incontinence in Male therapy at Progressive Care

February 15, 2019

Stress Incontinence in Males

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It is condition of unintentional loss of urine. It is not a disease, but rather a symptom of another condition. leading to loss of bladder control. Types: Stress Incontinence – Involuntary loss of urine during actions such as coughing, sneezing and lifting that put abdominal pressure on bladder. Urge Incontinence – Involuntary loss of urine following an over helming urge to urinate that cannot e halted. Overflow Incontinence – Constant dribbling of urine leading to
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Activities for Daily Living rehabilitation training
Occupational therapy is an essential part of a rehabilitation program, as it allows individuals to get back to a productive, independent lifestyle.  Over one-third of occupational therapists work with older adults who have been affected by illness, injury, disability or mental health condition. In fact, occupational therapists are often advocates for the elderly, working with local community groups and governments to ensure each is doing their part to allow seniors to maintain as much independence as possible.
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Vaginismus Treatment at Progressive Care

February 6, 2019

Physiotherapy treatment for Vaginismus

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Vaginismus  is an involuntary contraction of muscles around the opening of vagina in women causing muscle spasm with no abnormalities in the genital organs. TYPES: Primary Vaginismus -Pain with or an inability to tolerate insertion upon first attempts(usually a tampon or finger around puberty). Secondary Vaginismus -Pain or Spasm that is developed in later stages of life.It can also result fom menopause or gynecological cancers. CAUSES: Anxiety and fear of having sex Traumatic life events
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication

January 24, 2019

Augmentative and Alternative Communication

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication “Communication is the essence of human life” Communication is used to exchange information to make requests, socialize and interact with others. Many people are unable to use speech and language as their primary mode to communicate with others; there are many possible causes for this including cerebral palsy, cerebrovascular accident, trauma, motor speech disorders or learning disability.  Also, children with autism spectrum disorders, find verbal communication difficult because they do not
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Speech Therapy for Laryngeal Cancer Rehabilitation at Hyderabad

January 18, 2019

Speech Therapy for Laryngeal Cancer

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Laryngeal carcinoma occurs most frequently in middle aged or elderly men who smoke. The chief causes of cancer of the larynx are cigarette smoking and consumption of alcohol. The effect of tobacco and alcohol greatly increases the risk. Laryngeal cancer is classified by a system that includes information about the site and extent of the tumor, lymph node involvement and whether or not there is metastic disease. This is known as the TNM system. Your
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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) management with Diet and Nutrition
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) describe disorders that involve chronic inflammation of digestive tract .This is categorized into 2 types:- Ulcerative colitis which is a long lasting inflammation and sores in innermost lining of colon and rectum. Crohn’s disease is a inflammation of lining in digestive tract which is often spread deep into affected tissues. These two involve some common symptoms like Severe diarrhea, Rectal bleeding, Severe internal cramps / muscle spasms in the region of
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Progressive Care has tied up with ICICI Lombard & MAX Bupa Health Insurance Providers. Policies with OPD(Out Patient Department) can avail cashless/reimbursement facility for consultation **Religare & Aditya Birla will be available soon
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dr ak purohit,progressivecare,cerebral palsy,what is cerebral palsy,how to cure cerebral palsy,treatment for cerebral palsy,IACP,indian academy of cerebral palsy,indian family of cerebral palsy
India has been celebrating Cerebral Palsy day on 02nd October every year.On this occassion,we had two great days (13th & 14th October 2018) as concluding events on Cerebral Palsy for parents as well as professionals. Addressing the parents & professionals, Dr Aniruddha Kumar Purohit (Neurosurgeon & Founding member-IACP) has highlighted the following points: -> Indian Academy of Cerebral Palsy (IACP) has been established in 2004 prior to that Indian Family of Cerebral Palsy (IFCP) was
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Speech disorder,Language disorder,Stuttering, Voice,Receptive Language, Expressive language disorder, Social skills, Acadamic struggles,Speech language,Reading

September 22, 2018

Analysis of Speech and Language Disorders

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Speech is how we say sounds and words. People with speech problems may:   – not say sounds clearly   – have a hoarse or raspy voice   – repeat sounds or pause when speaking, called stuttering   Language is the words we use to share ideas and get what we want. A person with a language disorder may have following problems: understanding talking reading writing A language disorder is an impairment that makes it hard for
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What is Stuttering? Causes, Effects & Its Treatment
Stuttering is a perplexing disorder with no definitive cause. Autonomic nervous system activation, syntactic complexity, motor control issues, and improper breathing patterns have been identified as several possible contributing factors (Kleinow & Smith, 2000). About 2.4% of Kindergarten children are likely to be stutterers and they recover by their childhood and remain up to 1% worldwide – Andrews’s et.al (1983). Bloodstein and Andrews in 2008 suggested the prevalence of stuttering is reduced after puberty and
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treatment for brain stroke, brain stroke,brain stroke problems,brain stroke effects,brain stroke treatment
Stroke is defined as the sudden death of brain cells due to lack of oxygen, caused by blockage of blood flow or rupture of an artery to the brain. Stroke and communication: Stroke can affect communication in different ways. It can cause problems with communication if there is damage to the parts of the brain responsible for language. It can also cause communication problems if muscles in the face, tongue or throat are affected. The
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occuapational therapy,occupational treatment,handwriting problem in child,hand writing problem
Is your child struggling with handwriting skill ? Does your child cannot use a normal pencil grasp ? Then it is the time to take occupational therapy. A formal evaluation by an occupational therapist is recommended to assess their fine motor, co ordination, strength, sensory processing and visual perception skill.Handwriting skills are an important developmental task and activity for kids. Through handwriting they are able to express themselves and communicate with the world around them. How
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yoga for thyroid problems,hyroid problems,thyroid hormone,asanas,pranayam

August 25, 2018

Yoga for Thyroid problems- Hypothyroidism

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Hypothyroidism, is a disorder of the endocrine system in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone. Thyroid Gland, is the small, butterfly-shaped organ at the base of the neck that makes hormones that regulate the metabolism, which affects the usage of energy in the body and other processes. Hypothyroidism is most common in middle-aged and older women. But sometimes infants and children can develop the condition, such as infants who were born
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Healthy oils for cooking,oils for cooking,cooking oils,low fat oils,less fat oils,sunflower oil,coconut oil,mustard oil

August 12, 2018

Healthy oils to be used for cooking

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Now a days every market has a crowd at oil section, due to many variety of oils people are confused regarding which oil should be used. Here is answer to which oil and why. Oil is basically fat, so knowing about fat is very important to know which oil is good. Fat is an important foodstuff for many forms of life, and fats serve both structural and metabolic functions. There are four types of fats:
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Speech therapy,language problem,screen time,speech problem,voice problem,stammering, stammering problem, throat problem, oral problem, talkingproblem, progressivecare
Impact Of Screen Time On Language Development During my practice in recent times, I came across Parents who don’t give enough time in interacting with their children due to their busy life schedules. They later realize that their child is not speaking age-appropriately, and report that their child spends maximum time in using handheld screens such as smartphones, Tablets, and Electronic games. Interaction must come before the language acquisition: Yes, Social Interactions play a major
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Occupational Therapy near me, best OT, best occupational therapist
 Tactile Defensiveness Don’t rock your body, don’t spin it continuously, why you are lining up the objects every time?” … Is your child listening to you?? If not… Then it is time to take Occupational Therapy. So, what is tactile defensiveness?? It is the most common sensory modulation deficit .clients who experience sensory defensiveness tend to respond negatively to the sensation that is considered by most people to be harmless or nonirritating. A variety of
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parkinsons disease, occupational therapy, progressive care, symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, role of occupational therapy,old age disease,parkinsons
What is Parkinson’s disease(PD)? It is a slowly progressive, degenerative movement disorder. Three classic symptoms are associated with PD: tremor, rigidity, and bradykinesia. The diagnosis of PD is usually made after the age of 55. Although PD is not considered fatal, the degeneration of various neurologic structures severely compromises performance of functional tasks. Clinical Picture PD is characterized by dysfunction in both voluntary and involuntary movements. The disturbances in voluntary movement are identified as difficulty
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obesity,obesity problem,how can obesity be reduced,obesity diet tips,yoga obesity,obesity problems
One of the most common modern day health issue is Obesity. Obesity is a complicated health condition. Carrying too much weight can have a variety of health consequences, like higher risk for diabetes, heart disease, and osteoarthritis. With the rise of fast food joints, home delivery apps and sedentary job and lifestyle this problem is only bound to spread epidemically if not controlled at the earliest. What is Obesity? Obesity is a condition in which excess body fat has
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Paediatric Rehab OT PT SLP
What is Spina Bifida? Spina Bifida is a condition of defect the neural tube closure and the overlying posterior vertebral arches. There are 2 types of Spina Bifida There are varying types of Spina Bifida ranging from mild to more life-altering. It is a congenital spinal cord injury. Types Of Spina Bifida Two types of Spina Bifida is there Spina Bifida Occulta and Spina Bifida Cystic Spina Bifida occulta is characterized by a failure of
Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation
gravitational insecurity,fear of movement,child problems

June 25, 2018

Gravitational insecurity

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How Occupational Therapy Help The Child With Gravitational Insecurity Gravitational insecurity is described as a primal fear response to change in head position or disturbances to the base of support. It is one of the most devastating types of sensory integrative dysfunction.although it is commonly understood that gravity is a pervasive phenomenon unless one has difficulty in processing information from the vestibular receptors in the inner ear, it is easy to forget that every moment
Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation
head spinning problem,head tilting problem,symptoms of vertigo,inner ear problem
Vertigo is the sense of the world moving, rotating, rocking, or spinning that is experienced even when a person is holding perfectly still. Some people use the term vertigo interchangeably with dizziness to describe a variety of symptoms, ranging from balance issues and difficulty with walking to motion sickness and bleary-eyed. However, most health care professionals consider vertigo to be a specific complaint that monopolizes the balance centers of the inner ear and the brain.
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Ankle sprain, twisted ankle,ankle pain,how to cure ankle pain,ankle injury
A sprained ankle, also known as a twisted ankle or rolled ankle, is a common injury amongst people of all age groups, which occurs when the strong ligaments that support the ankle stretch beyond their limits and get a tear. Depending on ligament damage, a sprain can range from mild tiny tears in fibers to severe complete tear of tissues. If there is a complete tear of the ligaments, the ankle may become unstable after
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What is ADHD(imbalanced behavior), imbalanced behavior,causes of imbalanced behavior,results of imbalanced behavior, treatment for imbalanced behavior,treatment for imbalanced behavior
Life with ADHD has its ups and downs. One day it’s smooth sailing, and the next, it’s rough seas. ADHD is not a “behavior problem” or “discipline problem”. ADHD is a medical disorder in which genetic, neurological, nutritional and environmental factors imbalance the brain, causing imbalanced behavior. Big three common ADHD trait: Inattentive: Unable to put brakes on distractions. Impulsive: Unable to put brakes on thoughts. Hyperactive: unable to put brake on acting upon distractions
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how to work efficiently,smart work,hard work,mantras to work with more efficient
Why work hard while you can work “SMART”?? Work is described as an activity involving mental or physical effort done to achieve a result. It can vary from kids going to school, doing their home works to adults managing the household and office duties. Work, in any sense, isn’t meant to hurt…But unfortunately, due to the fast pace of life, we often tend to neglect our body postures. Thus, imposing stress on our body, which
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Huntington's disease, nerve cells break down,brain problems,progressive care,treatment for huntington's disease,causes of huntingtons disease
Huntington disease (HD)is an inherited, neurodegenerative condition resulting in clinical symptoms of progressive movement disorders, cognitive deficits, and behavioral changes that may affect an individual’s ability to participate in activities of daily living, work, and community. Usual onset-30 to 50 years old. Duration – longterm Causes – Genetic (inherited or new mutation) Patients with early HD (stages 1 and 2) have increasing concerns about cognitive issues, and these concerns remain constant during moderate HD (stages
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diabetes,diabetes causes,how to control diabetes,causes of diabetes,treatment for diabetes,diabetes problems
Introduction Diabetic neuropathy is the most common complication of Diabetes Mellitus (DM), affecting as many as 50% of patients with type 1 and type 2 DM. Diabetes increases the risk of foot ulceration and amputation more than 23-fold and neuropathy is the major contributory factor to this increased risk. Neuropathies are characterized by a progressive loss of nerve fiber function. Overview Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can occur if you have diabetes. High
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International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
“We, at the United Nations know that sport is a universal language, uniting groups and nations across divides. Sport empowers youth, promotes good health and deepens UN values such as equality, mutual respect and fair play. Sport helps us in spreading messages of peace, driving social change. I urge all global citizens to join this growing movement and become part of our team to harness the power of sport to build a better world for
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ischemic attack,ischemic stroke,brain stroke,effects of brain stroke,brain stroke problems,brain stroke treatment
Stroke is an acute, neurological event that is caused by an alteration in blood flow to the brain. The alteration in blood flow can be either a deprivation of blood to the brain tissue (ischemic stroke) or a spilling of blood (hemorrhagic stroke) onto the brain tissue. Ischemic strokes account for about 85% of all strokes. The symptoms after stroke vary depending on the size of the injury and which vessel has been affected. Symptoms:
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Autism Therapy

April 4, 2018

World Autism Awareness Day 2018

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PRESS RELEASE – World Autism Day.  Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) , IAP Chapter of NeuroDevelopmental Pediatrics, New Horizons Health and Research Foundation, Mumbai.  ———————————— April is observed as autism awareness month and April 2nd is observed as World autism awareness day. Though awareness as a whole has increased, there is often lack of clarity related to autism. On this occasion, we present some common myths and facts regarding Autism. 1. Myth – Autism is
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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

March 15, 2018

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

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Pediatric Rehabilitation is the comprehensive program for children suffering from wide range of difficulties in childhood. The goal of Pediatric Rehabilitation is to limit the physiological and psychological effects of childhood illness, improvement of overall mobility and ability to perform. Progressive Care has a highly qualified team of Pediatric Therapists with prime focus on wellbeing of the child. Pre school occupational therapy services deals with children having following difficulties: Poor sitting tolerance Problem in writing-
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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

March 2, 2018

Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapy (OT) is a combination of art and science used in the assessment and intervention of individuals to address their physical and mental health concerns. Occupational therapists evaluate, design, develop and treat individuals of all age groups. Occupational therapists play major roles in increasing the quality of life Pediatric Neurology Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Autism Learning Disabilities Communication Disorder Asperger’s disorder Cerebral palsy Spina bifida Down’s syndrome Delayed Developmental Milestones Muscular dystrophy Developmental
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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

February 24, 2018

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Speech Therapy

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“Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), includes a broad range of conditions that are characterized by challenges in children and adults with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication. Autism is not a speech or language disorder. It’s a social communication disorder. These children show delays in acquiring language, which ranges from the absence of functional communication to limited language development. Also, they show a problem in the use of language in conversation with people. They are often non-verbal
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Dysphagia Speech and Language Therapy, best speech therapy

February 15, 2018

Dysphagia

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Dysphagia is a delay in or misdirection of a fluid or solid food bolus as it moves from the mouth to the stomach Swallowing can be devided into 4 stages Oral/preparatory stage Oral phase Pharyngeal phase Esophagealphase Symptoms of Dysphagia: – Usually defined as any perceptible change in bodily function that the patient notices. This change eventually leads the patient to seek medical help when it causes pain or discomfort or negatively impacts his/her lifestyle.
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Dysarthria Therapy in Hyderabad

February 13, 2018

Dysarthria

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Speech in Dysarthria Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder.  It happens due to the impaired movement of the muscles used for speech production like lips, tongue, vocal folds, and/or diaphragm. There are several types of dysarthria and it depends on which area of the nervous system is affected. Based on the severity of damage the symptoms vary in each type of dysarthria. Causes of Dysarthria Dysarthria is caused by damage to the brain. It may
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a type of temporomandibular disorder or TMD — can cause pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles that control jaw movement. The exact cause of a person's TMJ disorder is often difficult to determine. Your pain may be due to a combination of factors, such as genetics, arthritis or jaw injury.
What is the TMJ? The temporomandibular joint or TMJ, is the joint which joins your jaw bone to the rest of your skull. You can feel it just in front of your ear hole. It can be painful for many reasons including poor posture, bad habits, growth disorder or injury and inflammation. This leaflet is designed to inform you and help manage the pain from your jaw. The TMJ is made up of the lower
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head shape problem,head shape issue,symptoms of head shape problem,how to control the head shape,Dandy-Walker Syndrome,progressivecare,skull shape issues,skull shape problems
Dandy–Walker syndrome (DWS) is a rare group of congenital human brainmalformations. There are three subtypes which affect multiple organs to varying degrees, but the fundamental abnormalities involve the cerebellum which controls muscle coordination. Treatment may involve physical therapy, Symptoms often occur in early infancy with 80-90% of individuals becoming symptomatic in the first year of life. Most children have hydrocephalus with abnormally rapid increase in head circumference with bulging at the back of the skull.
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abdominal separation,post partum women,child birth,pregnant women issues,progressive care,abdominal separation,advices for pregnant women
For some women, pregnancy can cause abdominal separation also called diastasis recti. It is a condition where the right and left sides of the rectus abdominals, the so called ‘six-pack’ muscles, spread apart at the stomach midline (the linea alba). During pregnancy, your abdominal muscles will separate, due to the growth of the baby in the uterus pushing against the abdominal wall, and pregnancy hormones that soften connective tissue. Separation can occur any time in
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An ACL injury is the tearing of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) one of the major ligaments in the knee. ACL injuries most commonly occur during sports that involve sudden stops, jumping or changes in direction such as basketball, soccer, football, tennis, downhill skiing, volleyball and gymnastics. Many people hear or feel a “pop” in the knee when an ACL injury occurs.  knee may swell, feel unstable and become too painful to bear weight. Causes                                                                 
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What is Plantar Fasciitis(Heel pain)? Plantar Fasciitis is the Latin term for “inflammation of the plantar fascia”. The plantar fascia is a thick, fibrous ligament that runs under the foot from the heel bone to the toes. It forms the arch of the foot and functions as our natural shock-absorbing mechanism. Unlike muscle tissue, the plantar fascia is not very elastic and therefore is very limited in its capacity to stretch or elongate. Herein lies
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Ataxia is a neurological sign consisting lack of muscle manage or coordination of voluntary movements outcomes from harm to the part of your brain that controls muscle coordination (cerebellum). Many conditions can cause ataxia, which includes alcohol abuse, positive medicines, stroke, tumor, cerebral palsy, mind degeneration, and more than one sclerosis. Inherited defective genes also can cause circumstance. Symptoms Ataxia can increase over the years or come on suddenly. A sign of some of the
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Shin Splints – Shin Pain  Shin splint is a condition in which pain is felt along the inner border of tibia, below the knee till the ankle. This condition may also refer to as medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS). Repeated stress and weight on lower leg result in loss of naturally repair and restore of muscles, bones, and joints by itself causing inflammation around the tibia.            Shin splint occurs mainly
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Guillain-Barre syndrome is a rare autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks healthy nerve cells in your peripheral nervous system. This leads to weakness, numbness, and tingling. It can eventually cause paralysis. The cause of this condition is unknown, but it’s typically triggered by an infectious illness, such as the stomach flu or a lung infection. Types Guillain-Barre syndrome is now known to occur in several forms. The main types are: Acute inflammatory demyelinating
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Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. It is considered as a systemic problem involving biochemical, neuroendocrine, and physiologic abnormalities, leading to a disorder of pain processing and perception (i.e. allodynia, hyperalgesia). Symptoms sometimes begin after a physical trauma, surgery, infection or significant psychological stress. In other cases, symptoms gradually accumulate over time with no single triggering event. Women are more likely to develop
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Impingement syndrome(shoulder pain) is the painful condition of the shoulder resulting from the overuse and anatomical constrictions.Impingement syndrome is a clinical condition where pain occurs during a part of excursion of the gleno humeral joint due to complexion of an element or the rotator cuff against an elemen to fits immediate relation. Rubbing force on the tendons and bursa caused by the bony process surroundings is termed as impingement. It may caused by the combined
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September 16, 2017

Do You Have Pain in Buttocks

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Buttock Pain – Causes and Treatment: Piriformis Syndrome (Buttocks ache) is a depressing condition wherein the Piriformis Muscle gets overly tight resulting in either compressing the Sciatic Nerve or pulling its point attaching to bone (Piriformis Tendinosis) or both. Piriformis Causes: Although there are often underlying biomechanical / physical problems that make contributions to this Syndrome (such as bow legs or knock knees, high or low arches, leg length discrepancy, pelvic deficiency, any past injury
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September 6, 2017

Tennis Elbow: Symptoms & It’s Treatment

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Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epiconddylitis) Lateral epicondylitis also is known as tennis elbow is one of the most common overuse syndromes, affecting both men and women equally. It occurs at an age of 40 years or older with a history of repetitive activity during work or recreation. It often occurs with activities such as racket sports and golf. Repetitive wrist extension with supination and pronation can cause excessive use of the extensor tendons of the forearm
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Urinary incontinence which means involuntary leakage of urine, is a common problem in many Male and Female individuals. This is a common and distressing problem, which may have a large impact on quality of life and will be socially bothering issue if neglected. The severity ranges from occasionally leaking urine when you cough or sneeze to having an urge to urinate that’s so sudden and strong you don’t get to a toilet in time Types of urinary incontinence: There are
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OA –Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that affects the articular cartilage and the subchondral bone. Joints commonly affected with this condition may include hands, feet and spine and the large weight-bearing joints such as the hip and knee. Arthritis is prevalent generally in older adults, though in younger adults too and most common in women than in men. This is a slowly developing process complaining of pain which worsens with time. In addition to
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Depression has been many a times wrongly labelled as a disease, where in reality it is nothing but a disorder which can be set back in order with a proper regiment of changes. There are many factors, many types and many possible combinations of Depression. Common predisposing factors for the cause of depression are family history (someone in the family going through depression), any sort of trauma in the childhood, Stress because of a loss
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Om Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah Sarve Santu Nir-Aamayaah | Sarve Bhadraanni Pashyantu Maa Kashcid-Duhkha-Bhaag-Bhavet | Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih || Yoga helps in curing and/ or controlling many chronic and pathological conditions like Hypertension, Hypothyroidism, Migraine, Asthma, Diabetes and many more that relaxes Body Mind and Soul. Yoga is a series of Physical, Mental, Spiritual practices, originated in ancient India over 5000 years ago. Yoga involves various body postures, and movements (Asanas), breathing technics (Pranayamas) and
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What is Sway back posture? The sway back posture is where the pelvis is pushed in front of the centre of gravity. This causes a chain reaction in the posture as the body attempts to compensate for the shift in alignment. What are the causes of Sway back posture? Over-active/tight hamstrings Ligament laxity Incorrect strategy for good posture Bad habits going on the stomach Poor sitting posture What happens with your muscles in sway back
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Muscle Energy Technique (MET) Muscle Energy technique mostly describes a group of manual therapy techniques that focuses on improving joint and musculoskeletal function or joint function and on improving joint pain. This technique uses the patient’s normal muscle contractions to normalize the joint motion and lengthen and relax the muscles. This is an active technique in which the patient uses voluntary contractions of the muscles from a precisely controlled position in a specified direction, against
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The SI joint (sacroiliac joint) is present on each side of the spine connecting the sacrum (triangular bone at the bottom of the spine) to the Ilium (the bone which is part of the hip joint). It transmits all the forces of the upper body to the pelvis and legs. Inflammation of one or both sacroiliac joints is sacroilitis. This inflammation can cause pain at the lower back area (buttocks) and can even extend to
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April 7, 2017

Whatsappitis: Effects & its treatment

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Texting Thumb is a repetitive stress injury that affects the thumb and wrist. Pain and sometimes a popping sound are present on the outside of the thumb at or near the wrist. There can also be a decrease in grip strength or range of motion. The opposable thumb is very good at performing opposing actions to the hand and fingers, otherwise known as gripping. The muscles and mechanics of your anatomy support this function. The
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Trapezitis – Neck and Upper Back Pain The trapezius is a muscle that is present at the back of the neck arising from the occipital bone to the t10 thoracic vertebrae and gets inserted at the lateral third of the clavicle bone. Retraction, medial rotation, and depression of the scapula, shrugging of the shoulders are the movements that can be performed with this muscle. The trapezius is the inflammation of the trapezius muscle which further
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Upper-Crossed Syndrome (UCS) is also referred to as proximal or shoulder girdle crossed syndrome. In UCS, tightness of the upper trapezius and levator scapula on the dorsal side crosses with tightness of the pectoralis major and minor. Weakness of the deep cervical flexors ventrally crosses with weakness of the middle and lower trapezius. This pattern of imbalance creates joint dysfunction, particularly at the atlanto-occipital joint, C4-C5 segment, cervicothoracic joint, glenohumeral joint, and T4-T5 segment. Causes:
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Mirror therapy (MT) is a simple, economical and valuable method for enhancing motor recovery in post stroke hemiparesis. The technique was first introduced by Ramachandran and Roger-Ramachandran to manage phantom sensations among the subjects with a unilateral amputation. The technique utilizes the mirror-illusion created by the movement of sound limb that is perceived as the paretic limb. What is Hemiparesis? Hemiparesis, or unilateral paresis, is weakness of one entire side of the body (hemi- means
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October 22, 2016

Stress Management by Yoga

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Dating back over 5000 years, yoga is considered by many to be the oldest defined practice of self-development. The methods of Classical Yoga/ Hatha Yoga include physical postures, breathing control and meditation. Traditionally an Eastern practice, it is now becoming popular in the West as well. In fact, many companies, are seeing the benefit of yoga, recognizing that relaxed workers are healthier and more creative. Many studies have found that a little yoga in the morning, evening,
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October 13, 2016

How Yoga Helps

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YOGA, is derived from the Sanskrit word “Yuj”, which means, to unite, to join, to attach or to combine. It is all about getting united, through the physical, mental practice, combining your outer self to your inner self. There some practices and procedures which helps the body and mind to get in alignment and thus helping oneself to be healthy, in both, physical and mental levels of being. To understand, how yoga helps, we need
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September 4, 2016

About Progressive Yoga: classes & yoga benefits

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What is Progressive Yoga? Progressive Yoga is one of the forms of yoga in which it combines traditional form of yoga in a modern way techniques combining cardio vascular exercises, stretches (partner stretch in group session), with lots of variation of traditional posture which not only help in getting posture alignment better and also makes you agile, toned, strong and flexible.It conducts three types of sessions which are namely group sessions,private sessions and corporate sessions.
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May 27, 2016

Constraint-induced movement therapy

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Constraint-induced movement therapy (CI or CIMT) is a form of rehabilitation therapy that improves upper extremity function in stroke and other central nervous system damage victims by increasing the use of their affected upper limb. Constraint-induced movement therapy forces the use of the affected side by restraining the unaffected side. Constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) has really taken off in the past two years. Dr. Edwin Taub’s ideas of “learned non-use” and intensive use of the
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Prehabilitation is a form of strength training done prior to the anticipated surgeries, most effective in orthopedic ailments, the aim of prehab is to make the patient fitter prior to the surgery for the speedy recovery. A well designed Prehabilitation program leads to a meaningful changes in post operative functional exercise capacity. According to the National Institutes of Health, “By improving an individual’s functional capacity through increased physical activity before an anticipated orthopedic procedure, it
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Motor neuron disease (MND) is a progressive disorder of the upper and lower motor neurons of the brain. This ends in muscle weakness, often with wasting of the muscles that are affected. It is likewise called ALS(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) ALS is inherited in 5 to ten percentage of instances. Sometimes there’s no acknowledged motive, different instances seem to occur randomly. This condition occurs in the ratio of 1.5:1 for males and females accordingly. There are
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Foot malformation in children with cerebral palsy is usual. The most usual malformation is called equinus, or plantar flexion malformation. In this condition, the foot points downwards. The common disorders are Equinovarus (neuromuscular club foot) – footpoints descending and inside. Equinovalgus – foot points downwards and outside. Planovalgus (neuromuscular flat foot) –the foot loses the arch and is flat and points outwards Pes Cavus – the towering arch generally seen in neuromuscular populations. The most
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W Sitting in Cerebral Palsy
Child sitting with the bottom on the floor and with their legs outstretched, forming a “W” shape is termed as W sitting. The negative effects of the W sitting position may not be seen after sitting once or twice, but changes and complications adapt in the musculoskeletal structures due to continuous adaptation of the posture while sitting. Effects On Children Due To W Sitting When a child adopts this posture the bilateral hip joints go
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Walking is such a notable milestone, and if it is not typical, it is often a concern for parents. Toe walking is walking on the toes or the ball of the foot. As long as your child is growing and developing normally, toe walking on its own is unlikely to be a cause for concern.Toe walking is sometimes the result of cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy or another generalized disease of nerve and muscle. Children with
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In children with cerebral palsy the hip is normal at birth but the effects of delayed motor development lead to dysplasia. Asymmetrical activity of the muscles surrounding the hip and lack of load bearing affect bone development are the main causes of subluxation and dislocation Hip displacement refers to the gradual lateral displacement of femoral head from under the acetabulum, and it is defined by Migration Percentage (MP). MP is calculated by dividing the width of femoral
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Head Injuries and Treatment Most injuries are due to direct violence resulting from RTA and industrial accidents. Two distinct mechanisms are recognized by which injury to the brain tissue occurs. 1. A traumatizing object strikes the head.it results in cross injury, bullet injury, stab injury, etc. The skull remains intact but the damage to brain tissue occurs. When the fracture occurs bony fragments may be depressed with laceration of underlying bone tissue. 2. The moving
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Childhood obesity is a serious medical condition that affects children and adolescents. It occurs when a child is well above the normal weight for his or her age and height.Too little activity and too many calories from food and drinks — are the main contributors to childhood obesity. But genetic and hormonal factors may play a role as well. Risk Factors Lack of exercise. Family factors. Psychological factors. Socioeconomic factors. Complications type 2 diabetes high
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March 2, 2016

Role of Physical Activity for Healthy life

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Physical activity plays a major role in well-being of an individual, in modern era due to the development of technology there is a dramatic change in lifestyle. Wide range of Research is conducted on this domain strongly states that there is an increase in sedentary lifestyle and decreased physical activity which is leading to non-communicable diseases and increased rate of mortality worldwide. Surprisingly this trend is more in developing countries compared to developed countries. According
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Parkinson’s disease  is a chronic ,progressive disorder of the nervous system characterized by the cardinal features of rigidity,akinesia,brady kinesia,tremorand postural instability. The term parkinsonism is used to refer a group of disorders that produce abnormalities of basal ganglia function. Parkinson’s disease or primary parkinsonism is the most common cause affecting of about 78% of the patients. Secondary parkinsonism results from any different cause . Parkinsonism plus syndromes impilies to the symptoms of multiple system degeneration.
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Whats is T4 Syndrome and its significance? The upper back (thoracic spine) comprises of 12 bones known as vertebrae. There are 12 thoracic vertebrae named T1 to T12 from the top of the upper back to the bottom of the upper back. During certain movements of the spine, stretching or compressive forces are placed on the facet joints and discs at the T4 level. If these forces are excessive and beyond what the joints can
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February 18, 2016

Genu Recurvatum – knee bending issue

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What is Genu recurvatum? This means hyperextension at the knee joint. It may be congenital or acquired. 5-10 degree hyperextension of knee is considered as physiological and hyperextension more that is pathological. This condition is also known as the back knee. It is common in women than in men and people with familial ligamentum laxity. the hyperextension which has occurred may be mild, moderate or severe. The development of this genu recurvatum may cause knee
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