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Benefits of Bilateral Tabletop Exercise and the Dorso Lumbar Fascia Stretch

Benefits of Bilateral Tabletop Exercise and the Dorso Lumbar Fascia Stretch

Did you know that doing the bilateral table top exercise regularly has many benefits? Helps to strengthen the abdominal muscles. Abdominal muscles help to stabilize the lower back hence reducing chances of low back pain. This exercise helps to improve overall stability and endurance. Did you know, that doing the dorso lumbar fascia stretch everyday […]

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Good Posture Tips for Children and Students

Good posture is a crucial contributor to good health, fitness and physical strength. Due to several environmental and lifestyle factors, children are especially susceptible to bad posture habits, which affect them even more in their developmental years. Here are two common areas in which the postural habits of kids can be improved.   Good posture […]

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Benefits of Exercises in Children

Benefits of Exercises in Children

Children need to be active every day to promote their healthy growth and development. Kids who establish healthy lifestyle patterns at a young age will carry their benefits forward for the rest of their lives.  EXERCISES HELP IN PROMOTING:  Healthy growth and development Stronger bones, muscles and joints Better posture and balance A stronger cardiovascular […]

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Pain Modalities Used in Physiotherapy

Pain Modalities Used in Physiotherapy

– Dr. Ketki A Bhosle The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) defines pain as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage. In simple terms it’s a highly unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injury or sometimes it is present without actual damage too. In Physical […]

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Live Without Leaks!

Live Without Leaks!

– Dr. Shinee Shanbhag Consultant Physiotherapist Women’s Health Specialist It’s time we talk about Urinary Incontinence. It’s International Women’s Day on March 8, and this day is being celebrated with gusto. We are talking about women’s rights, liberation, equal pay etc. But there is an issue, which curtails our freedom, which is so common amongst […]

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Benefits of Exercise in Common Health Conditions in Women

Menstrual cramps and the effect of exercises on them: Primary dysmenorrhea or painful menstruation in the absence of any gynecological disease or disorder is one of the most common complaints of women in the menstruating age. More than 50% of women who menstruate have a painful menstruation experience. Although not life-threatening, primary dysmenorrhea causes a […]

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Trigger Points … Nasty little Things

Trigger Points … Nasty little Things

We all have experienced Trigger points at one or the other point in our lives.Those little spots that make you feel stiff and nag you to the extent that you want to hold them “literally” to get riddance!! Trigger points are the “knots” in soft tissue that are sensitive spots. These sore spots are as common […]

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Spondyloarthropathy

Spondyloarthropathy or spondyloarthrosis refers to any joint disease of the spine. It is a class or category of diseases rather than a single, specific one. Spondyloarthropathy with inflammation is called spondyloarthritis. Seronegative spondyloarthropathy (or seronegative spondyloarthritis) is a group of diseases which have a negative serostatus (absence of specific marker within the serum).”Seronegative” refers to the fact that these diseases are negative for ‘rheumatoid factor’. The […]

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Everything You Need to Run!

Everything You Need to Run!

You don’t need to be an athlete to run a marathon, but you definitely need to train well to complete a marathon.Running is a great form of exercise to keep fit and healthy. Running is incredibly beneficial to the body, mind and spirit. But still not all of us can manage to run pain free. […]

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Post-Festival Weight-loss and Fitness

December is a time of eating, drinking and being merry due to the festivities all around. This means that the holiday period gets tough for our healthy eating habits and exercise regimes. Here are some things to consider to stay healthy through and after the festivities. Think about what you eat and drink With so […]

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