Slipped (Herniated) Disc: Symptoms, Causes, and Effects of Treatment

Herniated Slipped Disc

Introduction: Herniated/Slipped Disc: A herniated disc is a spinal injury (backbone). Your spine, which extends from the base of your skull to your tailbone, is made up of several bones called vertebrae. Round cushions between your vertebrae are known as discs. Your bones are protected from one another by the discs, which makes it simple … Read more

Normal Hand and Wrist Injuries While Playing Sports

Normal Hand and Wrist Injuries While Playing Sports

Introduction:- All types of athletes frequently sustain hand and wrist injuries, though some never seek medical attention. Delaying the diagnosis and treatment, however, could lead to ongoing issues or even a permanent handicap.There is a lot of potential for damage because the hands and wrists are made up of so many bones, ligaments, tendons, and … Read more

Elbow Arthroscopy Overview: Portals, CPT, Surgery and Recovery

Elbow Arthroscopy Overview

What is Elbow Arthroscopy? A surgery called elbow arthroscopy is used to identify and address issues inside the elbow joint. Arthroscopy allows medical professionals to view the anatomy of the elbow in great detail. In contrast to conventional (open) surgery, elbow arthroscopy operations can also cure symptoms and restore elbow function with fewer incisions, less … Read more

Prosthetic Joint Infection: Types, Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Prosthetic Joint Infection

The goal of joint replacement surgery, which is a popular orthopaedic procedure, is to use prosthetics to reduce pain and restore function to injured joints. The knee and hip joints are the ones that are replaced the most frequently. Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and traumatic joint injuries are all conditions that can require joint replacement. One … Read more

Knee Pain Relief Exercise and Stretches

knee pain relief

Assuming there’s one part of your body that needs more love as you age, it’s your knees. These joints are pivotal since they bear the majority of the load in your body and are a basic part of the least difficult everyday exercises like strolling, going up steps, and surprisingly plunking down and standing up, … Read more

Injury Prevention: Three Cool Down Steps for Runners

Injury Prevention

Injury Prevention Introduction: Whenever we perform intensification physical activity, we do a warmup first. Warming up is nothing more than preparing the body mentally and physically for your intended activity and for Injury Prevention. Increased heart rate and increased blood flow facilitate greater oxygen transport to the muscles during warming up. Additionally, a warm-up activates … Read more