CPM - In Recovery Mode

Posted on Jan 03, 2015 by Razia Sanwari

CPM, or continuous passive motion, is a treatment process applied to exercise a joint post surgery or injury in order to prevent swelling and stiffness thus ensuring that the limb recovers completely and functions smoothly. It is a method applied to aid in recovery of the joint with the help of a mechanized device in a procedure by which the joint is rehabilitated.

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Over Did It? Recovering from Shin Splints

Posted on Jan 22, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

Sometimes our ambitions get the better part of us and we overexert ourselves. It’s when we overdo it that we can injure ourselves. Most of the time, we just might be a little sore, but every now and then we end up with a slightly more serious injury.

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Improving Life with Hip Replacement

Posted on Feb 06, 2015 by Razia Sanwari

Severe pain in the hip joint, long-term stiffness and restricted mobility plus impaired quality of life may call for surgery to replace the hip joint with an artificial part.

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Ultrasound Therapy: A Glimpse Inside

Posted on May 02, 2016 by Ayush Henry

Ultrasound Therapy is a therapeutic procedure that has been used by therapists for more than 6 decades. The therapy uses sound waves above the range of human hearing to treat injuries like muscle strains, chronic inflammation, swelling etc. It has been one of the popular procedures for musculoskeletal medicine.

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How to Use an Exercise Ball for Beginners

Posted on May 04, 2016 by Ayush Henry

Exercise ball is one of the useful tools to strengthen muscles and to assist with balance. It is most often used in physical therapy, athletic training and exercise. It can also be used for weight training.

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Proven Ways To Deal With Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted on May 10, 2016 by Ayush Henry

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a seasonal depression that begins and ends at about the same time every year. SAD is characterized by depression, sleep pattern changes, changes in appetite, inability to concentrate and even weight fluctuations.

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All About Dysphagia Cups – Top Ten Dysphagia Cups of 2022

Posted on May 10, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Dysphagia is a medical term for the condition where a person faces difficulty while swallowing or drinking something. It is condition which is difficult to be detected by the patient themselves as it shows no major outer symptoms. But as it increases, it can lead to other severe conditions such as dehydration, malnutrition, and renal failure.

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Top Five Nosey Cups of 2022

Posted on May 11, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Nosey cups are drinking aid cups that have a cut out on the non-drinking side of the cups which enables the drinker to tilt the cups without having any interference by the nose. This also allows the drinker to avoid tilting the head back, thus minimizing the chance of liquid entering the respiratory tubes and choking the person.

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Top Ten Drinking Aids for 2022

Posted on May 11, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Drinking aids are products that are designed to help individuals who may be temporarily or permanently immobilized either due to an injury, a stroke, or some long term condition. But if these individuals feel need to be able to take a drink without the need for a caretaker's assistance, drinking aids help them to do so.

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Top 10 Abdominal Binders for 2022

Posted on May 14, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

An abdominal binder is an important surgical body garment used. In early postoperative phases of surgeries like an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) or an abdominal liposuction a specific and important surgical body garment is used. It is called an abdominal binder. According to, approximately 120000 abdominoplasties are performed on men and women in the United States annually.

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