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Aquatic Therapy Programs Leg Injuries And Disorders
See below: You can say just what you said here. Do not be embarrassed. Or if you just can't say it go to the school nurse and tell them. ...Read more
How do you tell your male teacher you can't join the aquatic therapy lab because of period pains/your period?
School nurse: Medical problems are private and you do not have to disclose the details of your medical issues with people at school or later in life with people at work. You should discuss the issue with the school nurse. If there is a valid medical issue prohibiting you from certain activities the teachers will be informed. ...Read more
Ai chi : Osteoarthritis patients may notice that aquatic exercises resemble familiar land-based movements but utilize the water's cushioned resistance. Water aerobics workouts mimic cross-country skiing, slow jogging or walking. Stretching exercises include alternating knee-to-chest raises. You'll strengthen muscles by utilizing foam barbells to perform bicep curls and side arm raises. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, The pain I have is excruciating, and it's along the peroneal nerve in my leg, I did not suffer any injury, Can physical therapy fix the damage?
I'm a t5-t6 paraplegic, didn't get therapy after my injury and been living without it for years, is it possible to get legs flexible now?
Paraplegic: There is interesting work being done. First you must see a rehab med doc who will be able to decide ( it depends on the amount of fixed flexion deformity you have). There is interesting work in europe where they have been implanting micro electrodes in the spinal cord below the lesion and they are able to stimulate the muscles in the legs and get them to move and actually allow walking. ...Read more
4 weeks ago i fell and tore ligaments in both my left knee and ankle. Having two injuries on the same leg, what physical therapy exercises can I do?
See details: Without being able to examine the areas, it is impossible to offer specific advise. You should direct this question to the doctor who evaluated the knee and ankle. ...Read more
Concussions, etc.: Concussions are very common in hockey. Facial injuries include teeth injuries and lacerations occur frequently as well. Leg (lower body) injuries include knee sprains, leg contusions, groin injuries and labral tears in the hip. ...Read more
No bounce: For your age, you are at the "weekend warrior" risk group. Stretch and hold all ankle, leg, thigh muscles for at least 1 minute each. It may be best to get a partner to help sometimes. Sometimes the stretching may seem like forever but you may need it to prevent injury. Also, hydration is very important and proper gear protection. Hope this helps. ...Read more
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