AMS Blog

Are you looking for tips on how to improve your health and minimize risks? AMS Clinic is happy to offer you a few articles of interest from our physiotherapists. Stay tuned for more and don’t forget to leave a comment.  This blog is a new platform that we at the AMS Physiotherapy Clinic are using in order to share with you our clinical views, interesting new and not so new articles that guide us in our clinical decision making. Our goal is to assure you that your patients, friends or family are in a good hands and that they are getting the most up-to-date multidisciplinary Evidence Based Practice. We hope that you will find this blog useful and interesting. 

Low Back Pain during Menstruation: What can de done?

Low Back Pain during Menstruation: What can de done?

Most women often suffer from abdominal pain, bloating, and headaches when they menstruate. In addition to these typical symptoms, some women also suffer from back pain. This back pain can range from a subtle annoyance to debilitating pain during those days of the month. Most women experience low back pain on the center of their back, usually beginning a few days before a menstrual cycle and usually subsiding after. For the most part, low back pain during menstruation is not severe and will subside.

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Alternatives to static stretching for athletes

Alternatives to static stretching for athletes

There are many myths and misconceptions about static muscle stretching. The purpose of this blog is to demonstrate how the scientific studies to date refute all of these assumptions about the benefits of static stretching. I will also try to provide evidence-based...

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Custom-made foot orthotics

Custom-made foot orthotics

If you have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, flat foot or plantar fasciitis or are recovering from an accident, you may have heard about the benefits of custom-made foot orthotics.What is a custom foot orthotics? This orthotic device is designed to align your foot...

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All about thoracic outlet syndrome

All about thoracic outlet syndrome

What is thoracic outlet syndrome?Thoracic outlet syndrome is a condition that occurs when the blood vessels or nerves in the space between your collarbone and your first rib (thoracic outlet) are compressed. This can cause pain in your shoulders and neck and numbness...

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