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Ultrasound Devices, Where The Recovery process Begins

20th October 2011
A much better and more hassle-free way of obtaining rehabilitation along with treatment for inflammation and pain is now open to anyone with the usage of an affordable and safe home ultrasound appliance. Before now only chiropractors, physiotherapists and... Read >
Author: VaughnFrank

How to take a human physiology course

01st June 2011
What is involved in a human physiology course? Human anatomy is essentially the study of how the body works on a mechanical, biochemical, bioelectrical and physical level. In order to understand the mechanics of the human body we also need to kno... Read >
Author: Stephanie GAETTI

Physiotherapy As A Career

27th November 2009
The requirement for larger numbers of physiotherapists is greater now than it has been for some time. Physiotherapy has been shown to be useful in an increasing number of medical conditions with the emphasis being on the prescription of exercise. There is... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Is There A Difference Between A Chiropractor And Physiotherapist?

10th September 2009
Physiotherapists and Chiropractors both work tirelessly to help their patients improve their ability to function and move normally while also investing time and effort into finding a way to reduce a patient's pain. Because both professionals involve worki... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Muscle Strength and Physiotherapy

17th February 2009
Muscle strength is very important for all of our functional activities, from heavy work such as climbing stairs or a hill to fine work such as sewing or typing on a keyboard. While losing feeling in a part of the body can be more disabling, losing muscle ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Physiotherapy Treatment of Sciatica

24th November 2008
The Treatment of Sciatica by Physiotherapists by Jonathan Blood Smyth The lumbar nerve roots emerge from the spine and at this point they are vulnerable to impingement from a disc prolapse, causing inflammation and/or compression of the nerve and the ... Read >
Author: David Ravech
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