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In 2014 Sidell & Cousins stated that “ People experiencing pain often report mood disturbances, including irritability, helplessness and depression. More complex cognitive responses can also develop, such as loss of belief in the ability to perform tasks and fear...read more
The article that I would like to present today raises a question that everyone that deals with back pain as a physiotherapist or even as a patient asked himself at some point : we know that exercises are good for low back pain but, Does it Matter Which Exercise? This...read more
Warming up and stretching is an essential part of good health and fitness. Physiotherapists strongly recommend to do this before and after each exercise session. In general, warming up raises the heart rate and increases blood and oxygen flow throughout the body. ...read more
The cardiovascular system is composed of the heart and blood vessels. There are three main types of blood vessels: ● The arteries ● Veins ● lymphatic vessels Today we will focus on veins and lymphatics. These blood vessels are composed of smooth walls and valves. They...read more
The capsulitis is a benign condition of the shoulder consisting of a progressive painful stiffening of this joint. Its name comes from the fact that the joint capsule (membrane surrounding the joint) retracts and thus prevents the normal functioning of the shoulder....read more