Myositis ossificans is a skeletal muscle disease of unknown etiology, characterized by the formation of bone (calcification) and connective tissues within the muscles. Myositis ossificans… Read More »Myositis Ossificans: Types, Features, & Treatment.
Hallux limitus is characterized by the restriction of dorsiflexion of the hallux (big toe of the lower limb) and degenerative changes within the first MTPJ… Read More »Hallux Limitus/Rigidus: Classification, Treatment, and More.
A tailor’s bunion also called a bunionette, is a bony lump that forms along the side of the little toe, i.e., at the 5th metatarsal… Read More »Tailor’s Bunion: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment.
Today, in this article we are going to discuss lumbago or low back pain treatment in detail. Lumbago or low back pain is a very… Read More »Lumbago PT Treatment & Exercises: A Complete Guide.
Today, we are going to discuss a very common problem i.e., lumbago. Lumbago is a non-medical term that is used to describe low back pain.… Read More »Lumbago (Low Back Pain): Causes, Prevention, & Treatment.
In today’s article, we are going to discuss one of the common syndromes i.e., THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME. As you can see in the title, we… Read More »Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Exercises, Features, & Treatment.
Frozen shoulder or Periarthritis or Adhesive capsulitis is a clinical syndrome where there is a painful restriction of both active as well as passive shoulder… Read More »Frozen Shoulder Exercises & PT Treatment
Congenital Torticollis means that a baby is born with an odd position of the neck. Torticollis consists of two Latin words: tortis (twisted) & Collis… Read More »Congenital Torticollis (Twisted Neck): Features, PT Treatment, & More.
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis is the most common overuse injury involving the wrist. Individuals who regularly use a forceful grasp alomg with ulnar deviation of the… Read More »De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis Exercises, Examination & Treatment.
It is very difficult to distinguish between a sprained ankle and a broken ankle. Whenever your ankle gets hurt, the primary concern is about having… Read More »Sprained Ankle vs Broken Ankle: Symptoms & PT Management!