Musculoskeletal System Optimisation (Corrective Exercise)

Considering the fact that depending on every individual lifestyle or sport, the characteristics of the spine, joints, and muscles can be different. These all are biomechanical properties of that person. These properties in time can lead to injuries or pain depending on the circumstances. Corrective exercise aims to bring these characteristics to anatomical norms as…

Geriatric Rehabilitation

Reduction in joint movements due to osteoarthritis, reduction in muscle strength augmented by a lower level of general activity, and reduction in balance and coordination is musculoskeletal and movement problems the elderly face. Exercise programs are designed to overcome these problem areas and also increase the aerobic capacity of the elderly individual. The elderly attends…

Diagnosis of sports injuries requires the differentiation between specific sports injuries and non-sports musculoskeletal pain. Treating the athletes also requires bringing them back to competitive level.

Diagnosis of sports injuries requires the differentiation between specific sports injuries and non-sports musculoskeletal pain. Treating the athletes also requires bringing them back to competitive level.

Athlete Analysis and Analysis Form Development

Athlete analysis is an in-depth musculoskeletal evaluation that aims to establish areas prone to injury or low performance. The best time to carry out an athlete analysis is 6 – 8 weeks prior to the beginning of each season. The results of the analysis reveal the areas which need attention. The athlete is trained depending…

Pre-habilitation and Rehabilitation before and after Orthopaedic Operations

The purpose of orthopaedic operations is to repair the structures in cases where non-surgical options, such as medications, rest, exercise therapy or physical therapy, and injections have not been effective enough in full recovery. Rehabilitation before operations helps patients to begin their post-operative exercise program sooner. Rehabilitation after operations helps patients to go back to…

Diagnosis, Treatment of and Exercise for Musculoskeletal Pains of Performing Artists

Similar to athletes, musculoskeletal problems and pain experienced by performing artists arise either from overuse or faulty form.

Scoliosis and Postural Syndromes

Patients with scoliosis need unique exercises need to be designed for parts of the spine that have less or more degrees of movement which is considered to be optimal. Usually, children or adolescents with scoliosis undertake an exercise programme of at least 6 months with 2-3 sessions per week.

Clinical Exercise

Some healthy communities (elderly, children, pregnancy) and patient groups need specific exercise programs to enhance their wellness or prevent symptoms. The exercise program takes into consideration findings and variables such as heart rate, blood pressure, blood glucose levels before, during and after exercise.

Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Ultrasound

Utilisation of the ultrasound in diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems is relatively new. The superiority of ultrasound in imaging the soft tissues such as muscle and tendons and in ensuring that injections are done at the correct point have been proven by scientific research. Ultrasound is widely used by sports doctors and sports clubs…

Diagnosis, Treatment of and Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Pain

It is imperative to make a specific and accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal pain. The correct diagnosis is the cause-effect relationship which accurately accounts for the mechanism leading to the occurrence of pain. Pain occurs via two mechanisms: a) Tissue damage: The type of pain caused by trauma, strain and sports injuries. b) Pain caused by…

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