Mobility & Rehabilitation

Hamstring Tendonitis: Symptoms, Treatment And Recovery Time

Hamstring tendonitis

The hamstrings are the muscles found at the back of our thighs. They work together with the quadriceps (in front of our thighs) to move us from one point to the other. While the quadriceps straighten the knee joint and flexes the hip, the hamstrings bend the knee and take the entire leg to the …

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Pinched Nerve In Neck & Back: Symptoms, Exercises & Treatment

Pinched nerve in neck

Nerves play a major role in our bodies. They are ‘phone lines’ from the brain to different parts of the body to move that part of the body and also for you to feel changes in the environment. If you want to bend your elbow, for example, the brain makes a ‘phone call’ through the …

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9 Tennis Elbow Exercises And Stretches For Quick Pain Relief

Tennis Elbow exercises

Tennis elbow can be quite painful. In this article, we’ll be discussing some exercises and stretches you can use to get some pain relief. 9 Exercises and Stretches For Tennis Elbow Tennis elbow may lead to muscle weakness and sometimes reduced movement at the elbow joint. Strengthening and stretching exercises are very important in restoring …

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Quadriceps Tendonitis: Exercises, Treatment and Recovery Time

Knee injuries are usually the most common injuries at sporting events. These injuries could be in the ligaments, tendons, muscles, bones or menisci. Most of them could be due to trauma or overuse of the knee joint. A major condition at the knee joint is the quadriceps tendonitis. It is a condition that affects the …

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Bell’s Palsy vs Stroke: What’s The Difference?

bell's palsy vs stroke

When there’s a sudden facial deviation to one side, two major things come to mind: a stroke and Bell’s palsy. Bell’s palsy and stroke tend to mimic each other because of some of the presenting signs of these conditions. However, they aren’t the same thing. Knowing how to differentiate them is important because their associated symptoms, treatment, …

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MCL Sprain: Grades, Symptoms, Treatment & Recovery Time

inner knee pain

The Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) is one of the four major ligaments in the knee. It is located at the inner aspect of the knee joint. It attaches the tibia bone (found in your leg) to the femur (thigh bone) and prevents the knee from going inwards. An MCL sprain is an injury to the …

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