Birth Injury – Erb’s Palsy: Causes, Physiotherapy Treatment and Exercises

Its Typically affects one or two of every 1000 babies. Infants with this condition usually can’t move the affected shoulder. Cause of Injury: Birth Injury Position of the Limb: Any difference in the hand function or unable to lift the shoulder, consult your Doctor/Pediatrician/Physiotherapist. Prognosis/Recovery: Physiotherapy treatment should be started at the end of the 30 days. The

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Nipah virus: Symptoms and Prevention Tips

Nipah virus infection is the deadly disease caused by Nipah virus hosting by the fruit-eating bats. This diseases was already affected people in Malaysia, killed 100 people and now it starting to affect in India, the origin of Nipah virus was not yet found exactly. Recently, the world health organization reported that Nipah virus has infected 18 people and killed

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Cervical Spondylosis : Reason, Symptoms, Diagnose, Physiotherapy Treatment | Physical Exercise

Cervical spondylosis is a condition of age-related problem when disks of spinal prone to wear and tear which causes pain in the neck. The cartilage, bones, disks get shrink, dehydrate give the pain like arthritis, osteoarthritis. Cervical spondylosis is also called as disc degeneration and more than 80 percent of people older than age 55 are affected by cervical spondylosis.

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Frozen Shoulder- Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Prevention, Physiotherapy treatment and Exercises

Frozen shoulder Frozen shoulder is a rheumatic condition that affects your shoulder joints which not allows your shoulder to move. Normally, your shoulder has three bones humerus (upper arm bone), collarbone (clavicle), shoulder blade (scapula) and tissues (capsule or ligaments). While frozen shoulder, ligaments get bigger and tight tends to thaw the shoulder because of this frozen condition so you

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