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Author:Matthew Stanlake

Can Physiotherapy Help With Kyphosis?

A condition known as kyphosis makes the upper back curve excessively, giving the person a hunchback appearance. While mild cases of kyphosis might not show any symptoms, more severe cases can result in discomfort, pain, and breathing and movement problems. A non-invasive treatment option that...

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How Can Physiotherapy Help With Scoliosis?

The curvature of the spine is impacted by the condition known as scoliosis, which can cause pain, discomfort, and limited movement. Many people are unsure if physiotherapy can successfully manage their scoliosis despite the fact that there are many treatment options.  We'll discuss the causes and...

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Can Osteoporosis Be Treated With Physiotherapy?

Millions of people around the world suffer from osteoporosis, which is a common condition. Loss of bone density, which raises the risk of fractures and other injuries, is one of its defining characteristics. Although osteoporosis cannot be cured, there are treatments that can help manage...

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How Can Physiotherapy Help With Fibromyalgia?

Millions of people worldwide suffer from the chronic illness fibromyalgia. It is characterised by all-over pain, exhaustion, and tenderness in the tendons, muscles, and ligaments. Physiotherapy is one of the treatment options that are available to help manage the symptoms of fibromyalgia, a condition for...

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How Does Physiotherapy Help With Spinal Fractures?

Traumatic injuries, osteoporosis, and other medical conditions can all result in spinal fractures, which is a serious condition. Surgery, immobilisation, or physical therapy may all be necessary for treatment, depending on the fracture's severity. In this blog, we will examine how physiotherapy can be used...

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