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A Complete Treatment and Management Plan for Groin Strain
The following is a very thorough and detailed management plan for the full recovery and rehabilitation of a groin strain. As mentioned earlier, it's taken directly from - Found June 18, 2008
Achilles Tendon Rehabilitation Part 2
Now it's time to add some intensity to the range of motion exercises. The aim here gradually re-introduces some strength back into the injured muscles, ligaments and tendons through a series of stretches. When... - Found November 15, 2008
Active Rehabilitation Of An Achilles Tendon Injury
Once you've reached the point of rehabilitation for your Achilles tendon injury, you've come over 80% of the way. You may even feel that your Achilles is fully recovered. Your treatment so far may have stopped the... - Found January 05, 2009
After Treatment For The Achilles Tendon Injury, What Next?
So what happens after the first 48 to 72 hours of your Achilles tendon injury? Let's first take a quick look at how damaged tendons repair themselves. When any damage occurs to the soft tissue (muscles, tendons,... - Found October 07, 2008
Ankle Sprains
Ankle sprains are a common risk for anybody, especially for athletes and those who exercise regularly. The ankle is a complex area joint and because of its position, it's at a great risk for injury. Sprains are the most... - Found November 15, 2008
Balance and Proprioception
This phase of the rehabilitation process, often overlooked, is one of the main reasons why old injuries keep re-occurring. Once you feel some strength returning to your Achilles it's time to incorporate some balancing... - Found November 15, 2008
Basics of Shin Splints
If you've ever gone jogging or walking long distances, you likely suffered from shin splints at one time or another. Generally speaking, shin splints are pains that occur in the lower leg and are caused by soreness and... - Found June 22, 2008
Compartment Syndrome
Compartment syndrome is a condition that develops when the pressure inside the fascia surrounding the muscles and bone increases without relief and can cause destruction of the capillaries and nerve cells inside.... - Found November 15, 2008
Excessive Pronation And Supination: How It Affects You?
The two conditions we are going to concentrate on in this topic are pronation and supination. These two terms refer to a foots natural rolling movement while walking or running. This motion, sometimes called the running... - Found June 18, 2008
Good Stretch - Bad Stretch - How to decide for yourself?
Over the last few months our email server has been flooded with concerns about which stretches are good and which stretches are bad. In all cases someone has told the inquirer that they shouldn't do this stretch or that... - Found January 05, 2009
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