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Scapular Pain Treatment in Tambaram

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Are you Looking for Physiotherapy Treatment in Tambaram, Sunshine Super Speciality Physiotherapy Clinic, We Provide Electrotherapy, Exercise and Manual Therapy, Orthopedic, Neuro, Cardio, Pediatric, Sports and Geriatric Rehabilitation, Post Operative Physiotherapy Treatment, Fracture Rehabilitation, pain free movement.

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Scapular winging, sometimes called a winged scapula, is a condition that affects the shoulder blades. Scapula is the anatomical term for the shoulder blade.
The shoulder blades usually rest flat against the back of the chest wall. Scapular winging occurs when a shoulder blade sticks out.
Exercises for scapular winging 👉👉 #physiotherapy
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  • Ankle Sprain Treatment in Tambaram

    Physiotherapy clinic in Tambaram

    Are you Looking for Physiotherapy Treatment in Tambaram, Sunshine Super Speciality Physiotherapy Clinic, We Provide Electrotherapy, Exercise and Manual Therapy, Orthopedic, Neuro, Cardio, Pediatric, Sports and Geriatric Rehabilitation, Post Operative Physiotherapy Treatment, Fracture Rehabilitation, pain free movement.

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    There are various methods to improve joint position sense, postural stability, and threshold to detection of motion after chronic ankle sprains.
    Many clinicians incorporate devices such as foam pads and wobble boards to improve sensory input to the central nervous system.
    Although effective, sometimes these approaches lack variability in stress, speed and intensity which are needed to stimulate the incorporation of stronger replacement collagen, and why we start mobilization after addressing foot asymmetries with the postural insoles.
    👣: Here’s a simple exercise that can be incorporated to challenge the neuromuscular system at the highest level with ...

    R u Suffering from Hip Pain ? Pain Relief Clinic in Tambaram

    Physiotherapy Clinic in Tambaram.

    Are you suffering from severe hip joint pain?
    We are here to treat your pain, visit Sunshine Super Speciality Physiotherapy Clinic, East Tambaram.

    Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

    Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) is a degenerative condition that affects the gluteal tendons and bursa. Repetitive friction between the greater trochanter and iliotibial band causes microtrauma of the gluteal tendon at the greater trochanter insertion site. This activity illustrates the evaluation of GTPS and the role of the interprofessional team in improving care for patients with this condition.

    Objectives:

    • Identify the etiology of greater trochanteric pain syndrome.

    • Explain the common physical exam findings associated with greater trochanteric syndrome.

    • Outline the management options available for greater trochanteric pain syndrome.

    • Describe interprofessional team strategies for improving care coordination and communication to enhance the care of patients with greater trochanteric pain and improve outcomes.

    Access free multiple choice questions on this topic.


    Hip labral tear TREATMENT IN Tambaram

    Physiotherapy Clinic in Tambaram.

    Are you suffering from severe hip joint pain?
    We are here to treat your pain, visit Sunshine Super Speciality Physiotherapy Clinic, East Tambaram

    Hip labral tear?

    How serious is it?

    Do we really need operation for this?

    How painful can it be?

    Have you thought about it?

    What actually causes it?

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  • Scapular Pain Treatment in Tambaram

    Physiotherapy Clinic in Tambaram.

    Are you suffering from severe pain?
    We are here to treat your pain, visit Sunshine Super Speciality Physiotherapy Clinic, East Tambaram

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    👀 In follow-up to yesterday’s post on scapular winging, today’s post covers some of my favorite exercises for training the muscles that surround the scapulae.

    🧠 The scapulae are flat bones that serve as attachment sites for 18 muscles. These muscles act to move the scapula through six movements, which include: elevation, depression, upward rotation, downward rotation, protraction, and retraction.

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