What are we Missing while treating Neck Pain?

Neck Pain is the most common complain observed in individuals ranging from 14 years to 80 years mainly due to technology. 25% of the day is spent either on the phone, laptops/desktops, tablets, television etc. When a Client walks into the clinic with a complaint of Neck pain, every physiotherapist’s approach includes: 1) Evaluation: mobility, strength, and motion of the cervical, thoracic and shoulder joints and muscles 2) Intervention: manual therapy, strengthening, stretching and relaxation ...
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Do you have a TEXT NECK?

I’ve got a really important question for you. How much time do you spend texting, emailing from your phone or smart device, flicking through social media, or just generally looking down at your smart devices? If your answer is a lot or more than you should and you are suffering from acute neck pain, you may be experiencing Text Neck. Text Neck is a repetitive strain injury seen in a growing number of patients. An increasing number ...
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7 Habits that can hurt your NECK

The neck is a pretty amazing part of your body, but it has a tough job. It holds up the weight of a bowling ball all day long. The bones at the top of your spine, along with your muscles and ligaments, support your head, which weighs about 11 pounds. It can be a delicate balance. Anything from sleeping wrong to bad posture can cause neck pain. Here are 7 habits which if continued will ...
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Is Balance Training helpful in Knee OA cases?

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease not only affecting the joints but the structures around and inside the joints too(1). The ageing process is already accompanied by balance issues (2,3), but the presence of knee OA speeds up the deterioration of balance system, impairing the balance further and increases the chances of fall and re-occurrence of knee pain(4). Till date traditional physiotherapy treatment is focused on reducing knee pain, increasing knee ROM and strengthening ...
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Best Exercises for Knee Arthritis Pain

Arthritis affects millions of people around the world. Exercising an arthritic knee may seem counterintuitive, but regular exercise can actually lessen and/or relieve arthritis pain and other symptoms, such as stiffness and swelling. There are several reasons to exercise with knee arthritis. Exercise maintains the joint’s full range of motion. Exercise strengthens the muscles that support the joint. Strong muscles help the joint absorb shock. It reduces morning stiffness and pain. BEST EXERCISES to Prevent ...
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Knee Osteoarthritis: Myths vs Facts.

Knee osteoarthritis affects 80% of the population. It is a debilitating condition and thus should be addressed as soon as possible. If ignored, it can leave you dependent functionally for all the basic necessities. What is Osteoarthritis? OA is not a disease but a degeneration of a cartilage (which is a cushion like structure present between two bones) due to overuse. The cartilage tends to wear off causing the bones to rub against each other ...
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