Physiotherapy for sprained ankle

Physiotherapy for sprained ankle

Ankle sprains are common. It is due to improper stepping in combination with loading the legs with body weight. Such movement can occur when walking on uneven surfaces, on high shoes or when missing a step when descending stairs. A prerequisite for a sprained ankle...
Joint contracture

Joint contracture

In this article we will look at joint contracture as a complication after prolonged immobilization due to trauma. In order to avoid joint contractures in physiotherapy worldwide, rehabilitation protocols are “individualized”, in practice accelerating the...
Plexitis

Plexitis

The Latin word “plexus” means a plexus of nerve structures. In essence, plexitis is an inflammation of nerve structures. The neck-shoulder and lumbosacral areas are most commonly affected. The reason for this may be their greater mobility. The shoulder...
Physiotherapy and rehabilitation after a broken wrist

Physiotherapy and rehabilitation after a broken wrist

With the onset of the winter season the risk of falls due to ice increases sharply. A common result of this is a sprain, sprain, strain or fracture of a limb. Attempts to mitigate the damage of falling by leaning on your hands leads to traumatic injuries to the wrist...
Cervical osteochondrosis

Cervical osteochondrosis

The cervical part is the most mobile segment of the spine, and its functional load is mainly dynamic. These are the prerequisites that make it the most vulnerable part of the spine. Cervical osteochondrosis is a degenerative disease, partly related to the natural...
Shoulder pain

Shoulder pain

Athletes usually complain of shoulder pain associated with the soft tissues that surround it. The frequency of complaints tends to increase with age, where they have a leading degenerative nature and are associated with joint wear. The shoulder joint is a complex...