Not the greatest thing to talk about but this video explains some of the anatomy.
Pelvic floor exercises are quite well known but what exactly are you exercising?
Unexplained cramps, muscle aches or lack of sleep could be a common deficiency?
What to do at home to keep the knee on its best possible course to repair.
Some clear and practical GENERAL tips. Always listen to your own surgery team first.
A rough guide as to what kind of rehab physio you'll be given after shoulder surgery. Speak to your consultant first.
This video explains the anatomy of haemorrhoids and possible causes. It does mention liver disease but remember this is JUST ONE POSSIBILITY out of MANY LIKELY CAUSES. Just understanding the transition from internal blood vessels to external tissue might make this condition more understandable. Decreasing foods that inflame the area is a good place to start.
Check out this great video that tells you exactly what the pelvic floor is. Understanding the anatomy might just make doing those exercises a little easier to follow.
8 Tell Tale Signs of a Magnesium Deficiency - Thomas DeLauer Muscle Cramps Magnesium directly interacts with your muscle tissue through a process called ion transportation. Here are 8 issues that might be caused by a deficiency.
Physiotherapist Andrea gives valuable information regarding physiotherapy and total knee replacement. Exercises you can do at home are also demonstrated. Medical emergency Do NOT use the Video for medical emergencies. If you have a medical emergency, call a physician or qualified healthcare provider, or CALL 911 immediately. Under no circumstances should you attempt self-treatment based on anything you have seen or read on the Video.
Listen to your surgeons advice as everyone is a little different! This video is a general guide to the most common rehab methods.
Check out this great video about the day after surgery and more. Listen to your own surgeon or health care provider first and foremost. This a general guide
Check out this great video. "Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present: Pendulum Exercise & Passive Range of Motion- Shoulder (After Surgery/Injury)