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How To Improve My Posture Without Any Special Brace
Will prk surgery improve my vision enough for swimming and other sports? I've had glasses a long time, and they greatly improve my vision. However, i want to be able to go swimming and do other activities without worrying about wearing them. Will prk impr
Cardio Mix: You cannot target the abdomen or legs specifically for weight loss - if you have adipose tissue that you'd like to lose, then consider an increase in cardio and a balanced diet. However, do not always do the same exercise or you will increase your risks for stress injuries. Mix things up with walking, running, biking, swimming, or circuit training. Ultimately you need to burn more than you consume. ...Read more
Core strengthening: Yes, you can improve your posture if you focus your effort on strengthening your core muscles. The abdominal, oblique, and back muscles work in conjunction to maintain a neutral position and, therefore, equilibrium of the spine. Use of a stability ball to perform core strengthening and conditioning exercises will help you improve and maintain good posture during both stance and gait phases. ...Read more
Sports medicine: I am not able to find weight training exercises that will result in better posture. Focus: keep shoulders back. Give an online link?
Here you go: www.menshealth.com/fitness/posture www.Womenshealthmag.Com/fitness/improve-your-posture-0.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tennis ball squeeze: Have a tennis ball handy. At least 3 times weekly, pick it up and spend a few minutes per hand squeezing it. That simple. No different than exercising any other muscle group: do it consistently, do it longer as the weeks go by. Strength and endurance will come. ...Read more
Usually, how long thus a software professional suffeering with back-pain(loss of lumbar lordosis) need to take rest before resuming his work?
What kind of exercises the therapist will have me do to help the healing process after getting my brace off?
Generally speaking: W/o more info about your specific injury this is hard to answer in much detail. As an injury heals physical/ occupational therapy will likely focus on regaining full motion with stretching & use progressive exercises to strengthen all the muscles that have been weakened by the injury and splinting process. You may need formal pt/ ot appointments or be able to work through this with home exercises. ...Read more
Complicated decision: That's really tough. Most kids outgrow it. You've reached adulthood, so joint modeling is complete. Most orthopedic surgeons will tell you they'd rather try conservative (ie nonsurgical) options first, like night braces, because surgery is a big decision. That said, the procedure is minimally invasive, typically very successful & may decrease your risk for early-onset arthritis. Talk to your doc. ...Read more
Can i fix my hamstring injury without physical therapy ? So i can return to my favourite sport again ?
My child has a curved posture and we plan to buy an orthopaedic chair for him. I wonder if those chairs are effective and can help to fix ones posture
For surgery is it essential to have special dexterity or hand coordination abillities?
Do you recommend any exercises?
Well: I learned to knit, crochet, sew & paint as a child. I believe these activities provided good preparation for the surgical procedures that I performed earlier in my career. ...Read more
Are there exercises that I can do to improve my joint flexibility, strength, and fitness, and to relieve my pain?
If independent elder continues to get up without aides, should we help her strengthen muscles to stand safely using walker? She does not request help.
Yes: Most geriatric experts recommend strengthening, balance, weight bearing exercises for elders to maintain and improve physical and cognitive health. Look into a nearby senior center or y with exercise classes geared to elders (good social outlets). Many organizations (aarp) have published exercise handouts and there are gentle exercise program on tv. Be sure to ask her doctor before she starts. ...Read more
Squeeze balls: Easy exercises that can be done at home. Start will stress ball that is soft. Squeeze and hold for 10 seconds /repeat 10-15 times. Advance to tennis ball then to smaller/firmer balls such as racquetballs then lacrosse balls. Another exercise that will also work the fore arm is the towel twist. Use hand towel, ; hold by ends; twist hands in opposite directions until towel tight. Hold x 10/ repeat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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