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Case Study – Slap Tear Shoulder (Superior Labral Tear from Anterior to Posterior)

Case Study – Slap Tear Shoulder (Superior Labral Tear from Anterior to Posterior)

– Dr. Ketki Bhosle Hrishikesh Kulkarni, 17 years, young male student, state level cricket player, right handed batsman came with the complain of left shoulder pain since a month. He was having difficulty in: Overhead activities, Lifting heavy weights, Playing cricket. His pain was relieved with rest. History of: He had a fall on left […]

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Case Study – Open Reduction Internal Fixation of the Humerus

Case Study – Open Reduction Internal Fixation of the Humerus

Ruchi (name changed), 38-year-old female, came to PhysioRehab for rehabilitation post ORIF (open reduction internal fixation) surgery of the left (L) humerus (upper arm). She handles her family business from her home, as well as doing household chores, while raising 2 kids. She needs to use her hand for all daily activities. Her younger son […]

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Case Study – Familial Tumoral Calcinosis With Hyperphosphatemia

Case Study – Familial Tumoral Calcinosis With Hyperphosphatemia

– Dr. Riya Rathod Mr X, a 40-year-old male businessman complains of back pain since 3-4 years, with numbness in the wrist and forearm after waking up in the morning. Chief complaints: Constant dull aching pain and stiffness in the entire back. Aggravating factors: End of the day, walking, long hours of sitting Relieving Factors: […]

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Case Study – Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation

Case Study – Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation

Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) is a two-part surgical procedure for the treatment of full thickness cartilage defects of the knee. The first surgical procedure is an arthroscopic procedure involving a detailed evaluation of the knee as well as biopsy of the cartilage is taken. The biopsy is sent to be cultured and grown to a […]

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Case Study – Urinary And Faecal Incontinence and Importance Of Pelvic Floor Muscles

Case Study – Urinary And Faecal Incontinence and Importance Of Pelvic Floor Muscles

– Dr Niriksha Khasgiwala A 57-year-old female, whose main complaint was of uncontrolled passing of stools since 14 months (2016), and uncontrolled passing of urine since 2 months (early 2017). Both the symptoms were sudden in onset. History and symptoms Earlier frequency of uncontrolled passing of stools was once a month, but since the last […]

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Case Study- Supraspinatus Partial Tear

Case Study- Supraspinatus Partial Tear

– Dr. Ruchi Sanghvi Mr. X, a 69-year-old young male, came to PhysioRehab with the following complaints: Pain in left shoulder Pain when lifting the arm Pain increases with specific movements like reaching the back pocket Difficulty in lifting any weight and driving Pain when lying on the affected side His pain was relieved with […]

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Case Study – Low Back Pain: Leading to lower limb dysfunction

Case Study – Low Back Pain: Leading to lower limb dysfunction

Jiby Thomas James, a 47-year-old male, came to PhysioRehab with severe pain in lower back, hamstrings, gluteus, and piriformis muscles (buttock region), after doing abdominal curls in gym. He was not able to walk with normal gait pattern. His MRI reports showed minor disc protrusion. PHYSICAL EVALUATION: Tenderness on both buttocks Forward bending: restricted and […]

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Case Study – Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease

A 46-year-old man, Mr. X, came to PhysioRehab with the following complaints: Constant pain in the low back area which builds up as the day progresses. Pain more on the right side Low back stiffness while getting up from the bed in the morning, which stays for an hour and decreases as the day progresses. […]

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Case Study – Cerebellar Ataxia

Case Study – Cerebellar Ataxia

20 year old female, Ms. A is a known case of Cerebellar Atrophy since 7 yrs of age presenting with the following chief complaints: Inability to walk independently since 10 years Difficulty in maintaining balance while standing and doing daily activities Difficulty in fine motor activities like writing, buttoning, tying laces. History Of Present Illness: […]

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Case Study – Rehabilitation Post Knee Surgery

Case Study – Rehabilitation Post Knee Surgery

Mr. X, a 37-year-old man came to PhysioRehab for post-knee surgery rehabilitation. He had a high grade ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) tear along with a bucket-handle injury of the medial meniscus in his left knee, after a fall while playing football. He underwent an ACL reconstruction along with meniscal repair immediately, after which his physiotherapy […]

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