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  • Cervical Spondylosis Hazards

    In recent years, more and more people suffer from cervical spondylosis.  General, cervical spine problems can affect the cervical spine and some other body parts. However, many people do not know that cervical spondylosis can also cause other hazards.   Hazard 1: Stroke According to incomplete st...
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  • 10 Possibilities of Lumbar Disc Herniation

    Wrong Movements Could Cause Lumbar DiscHerniation In recent years, the incidence of lumbar disc herniation has gradually increased, and many of these are caused by acquired bad habits. Many people think that the condition could be relieved by exercise to strengthen lumbar spine strength, but what...
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  • Electric Therapy

    What is Electric Therapy? Electric therapy uses different types of currents and electromagnetic fields to treat diseases. It is one of the most used methods in physiotherapy. Normally, electrotherapy mainly includes direct current therapy, direct current drug iontophoresis therapy, low frequency ...
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  • Upper Cross Syndrome

    What is Upper Cross Syndrome? Upper cross syndrome refers to the imbalance of muscle strength of the front and back sides of the body caused by long-time work on the desk or excessive exercise of the chest muscles, which leads to round shoulders, hunched backs and poking chins. Generally, the sym...
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  • Scoliosis Rehabilitation

    Scoliosis Rehabilitation

    What Is Scoliosis? Scoliosis is a common skeletal problem. In standing posture, the normal spine arrangement should be symmetrical on both sides of the body, whether it’s frontal or dorsal view. And the normal spine arrangement should be straight from top to bottom. If you see the spine bending a...
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  • Joint Protection

    Why Is Joint Protection Important? There are 355 million people worldwide suffering from various joint diseases, and the number is increasing. In fact, the life span of joints is limited, and once they have reached their service lifespan, people would have various joint diseases! Joint lifespan i...
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  • What is Parkinson’s Disease?

    Let’s confirm if you have any sign of Parkinson’s diseases first. Hand Tremor; Stiff neck and shoulders; Dragging steps while walking; Unnatural arm swinging while walking; Impaired fine movement; Degeneration of smell; Difficulty in standing up; Obvious obstacles in writing; PS: no ...
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  • Muscle Strength Training

    Clinical Application of Muscle Strength Training   Muscle strength training is divided into Level 0, level 1, level 2, level 3, level 4 and above.   Level 0 Level 0 muscle strength training includes passive training and electrotherapy 1. Passive training Therapists touch the training muscle...
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  • Traction Therapy

    What is Traction Theapy? Applying the principles of force and reaction force in mechanics, external forces (manipulation, instruments, or electric traction devices) are used to apply a traction force to a part of the body or joint to cause a certain separation, and the surrounding soft tissue is...
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  • Stroke Rehabilitation Methods

    What Are Stroke Rehabilitation Methods? 1. Active Movement When the dysfunction limb can raise itself actively, the focus of training should be on correcting abnormal postures. Limb paralysis often comes with abnormal movement mode after stroke besides the weakening of strength. And it could be i...
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  • Bobath Technique

    What Is Bobath Technique? Bobath technique, also known as neuro developmental therapy (NDT), is for the assessment and treatment of individuals with cerebral palsy and other allied neurological conditions. It is a treatment technology co-founded by British physiotherapist Berta Bobath and her hus...
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  • Parkinson’s Disease

    Parkinson’s disease, also known as tremor paralysis, is characterized by resting tremor, bradykinesia, muscle rigidity, and postural balance disorders. It is a common neurodegenerative disease in the middle-aged and the elderly. Its pathological features are the degeneration of dopaminergic...
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