Repost from @sptwh1 using @RepostRegramApp - ٠ ٠ يسر المجموعه السعوديه للعلاج الطبيعي في صحه #المرأة ان تعلن عن ترجمه تطبيق سكويزي بالتعاون مع أخصائيه صحه المرأه مايرا روبنسون في بريطانيا. تطبيق سكويزي هو الأول من نوعه في اللغه العربيه. صمم تطبيق سكويزي لتذكير النساء بإستمرار على أداء تمارين عضلات قاع الحوض( تمارين #كيجل ). أثبتت الدراسات فعاليه أداء تمارين عضلات قاع الحوض لعلاج سلس البول. مجموعه صحه المرأه تشارك كل أخصائي علاج طبيعي فرحه هذا الإنجاز وتتمنى من الجميع التعاون ونشر هذا التطبيق لتطوير صحه أفراد المجتمع. @squeezyapp
Repost from @infophysiotherapy using @RepostRegramApp - ٠ ٠ #ChoosePhysicalTherapy ⠀ ⠀ When it comes to your health, you have a choice. Choose more movement and better health. Choose physical therapy.⠀ ⠀ Video Credit: MoveForwardPT⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #physio #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #dpt #dptstudent #dptschool #getPT1st #choosePT #infophysiotherapy #opioidcrisis #pain
Repost from @rehabscience using @RepostRegramApp ٠ ٠ - 💥X-RAY BASICS💥 ——— An x-ray is a very powerful and relatively inexpensive tool for assessing bony structures and some aspects of the adjacent soft tissues. In this lateral view of the neck (cervical spine) there are a number of elements that can be readily identified, which can help with any clinical decision making that may need to occur. . When looking at an x-ray, remembering the ABCs can help organize one’s approach to analyzing the image. - 1️⃣A = alignment. Here, we want to look at bony structures, especially where they come together to form joints, to make sure things are sitting as they should. In the neck, we might take note of the spinal curvature and if the front and back edges of adjacent vertebrae seem to line up with each other (anterior, posterior vertebral lines on image). - 2️⃣B = bone density. Bone that demonstrates decreased density (osteoporosis) may appear more porous on an x-ray with more black coloring (areas of lucency) where the normal white coloring (areas of opacity) should be present. - 3️⃣C = cartilage space. Although we cannot see soft tissues like cartilage on an x-ray, we can get a general idea of their health by looking at the space where two bones come together. In this neck x-ray, we can look at the spaces between the seven vertebrae (intervertebral disc spaces) and get a measure of how thick the disc is in between the bones on either side. Two vertebrae that are very close together, indicates that the disc has lost some of its height and may be associated with an individual’s symptoms. . Photo Credit: @medshots #RehabScience
نتمنى التوفيق للجمعيتين ونتطلع الى نتائج هذا التعاون والذي بالتأكيد سيرتقي بمهنة العلاج الطبيعي في البلدين Repost from @spta_media using @RepostRegramApp - ٠ ٠ تم بحمد الله أمس الخميس 8 مارس 2018 توقيع اتفاقية مع جمعية الإمارات للعلاج الطبيعي بحضور رئيسة جمعية الإمارات للعلاج الطبيعي (د.أمل الشملان) ورئيس جمعية سبتا (د. علي البراتي) والمستشار القانوني لسبتا (أ. عدي الشويعر) تضمنت الاتفاقية: ١-يعامل أعضاء جمعية سبتا نفس معاملة أعضاء جمعية الإمارات. ٢-التعاون البحثي بين الجمعيتين. ٣-التعاون في تقديم ورش العمل والدورات. ٤-التعاون في تنظيم المؤتمرات. ٥-تبادل الخبرات بين الجمعيتين.
Repost from @paintherapy using @RepostRegramApp - ٠ ٠ ⚫️⏹⏹ Anterior Rotated/Flexed Pelvis ⏹⏹⚫️. Over use of Quadriceps and Iliopsoas (hip flexors) can cause an Anterior tilt/rotate the pelvis forward causing a tremendous amount of stress to the lower back area and put the Hamstrings into high tension. ◼️. ⤵️. The Fix:▪️ 1️⃣ Stretch/Rollout-Quadriceps,adductors,Iliopsoas, and TFL. 2️⃣ Strengthen- Glutes,Hamstrings and Abdominals. 3️⃣ Neuromuscular- Learn neutral Pelvic position. . . www.perfitfitness @paintherapy .
We are thrilled about this great news and we look forward to this MOU and its impact on the physiotherapy practice in both countries Repost from @uaephysio using @RepostRegramApp - ٠٠٠٠٠٠ Yesterday, EPS had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Saudi Physical Therapy Association (SPTA) represented by Dr. Ali Albarati, SPTA President & Mrs. Amal Alshamlan, EPS President. EPS is looking forward for the outcomes of this MOU towards the cooperation between the two organizations and the development of physiotherapy profession in both countries. #EPS #SPTA #UAEPhysio #physiotherapy #physiodubai #physio #emirates_physiotherapy_society #ema #dhadubai #mohap #wcpt #who #MOU #physioorganization
Repost from @dr.surdykapt using @RepostRegramApp - ٠٠٠٠٠٠٠ SCAPULAR DYSKINESIS . As I’ve talked about in the past, static and active positioning of the scapulae are generally considered poor predictors of shoulder pain or symptoms. However, the video above demonstrates someone who was given the diagnosis of scapular dyskinesis, left worse than right. And in fact, the patient has left shoulder pain. . A common classification system would be to look at a person’s shoulder movement and attempt to determine whether they have: . 1️⃣Inferior angle prominence/scapular tipping 2️⃣Medial border prominence/scapular winging 3️⃣Superior border prominence/shrugging 4️⃣Normal . The biggest problem with postural and movement analyses, especially on social media, is that they often don’t account for the person’s history. Which came first? The pain or the “dysfunction”? Was the injury traumatic or atraumatic? What are the aggravating factors? What are the alleviating factors? The list goes on and on. And that’s just the biomedical side. How do psychosocial factors affect this person’s pain? . Based on this video, what do you see? What questions would you ask? Would you be concerned about a potential long thoracic nerve injury? What else comes to mind?
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Repost from @trustmephysiotherapist using @RepostRegramApp - ٠٠٠٠٠٠٠٠ Very true! Great post by Ben Cormack @corkinetic ・・・ “If I had a £ for every time I heard someone blame their painful problem on their POSTURE. Evidence just does not support this. We do know the body likes to MOVE.” #movement #rehab #exercise #posture #pain #physio #sportstherapy #physicaltherapy #training #osteopathy
Repost from @trustmephysiotherapist using @RepostRegramApp - ٠٠٠٠ Great slide by Niamh Moloney and Martin Rabey! Sometimes the BIO is more important in patients...sometimes the PSYCHO...sometimes the SOCIAL. It is a challenge to figure out together with your patient which factors are the main drivers of pain. Challenging, difficult, fun and complex! 😊 But better than treating every patient in the same way for the next 20-40 years, right? Keep learning every day! Fail often. Improve your (soft) skills. Love the process of becoming a better clinician! 🤓👍 #trustme #physiotherapist #keeplearning
Repost from @rehabscience using @RepostRegramApp - 💥EXERCISE & POSTURE💥 ---------- It seems we can't go five minutes without someone telling us our posture is bad and we need to do such and such exercises to correct it or else we will suffer much pain at some point. . Well, what does science say on the matter? It basically says exercise does not impact static postural alignment and, furthermore, we probably shouldn't care a whole lot. The key message so often in kinesiology is that we are all built and move differently. This variability is seen in our posture too, which means the idea that there is some gold-standard of posture we should all strive for just isn't true. In fact, the supposed 'ideal' position actually causes some people more discomfort than their natural postural alignment. . So, what should you be concerned about when it comes to posture? . 1️⃣Being in one position for too long. Static positioning often irritates the nervous system and not because you are in a less than optimal position, but because you haven't used your body in several hours. Decreased movement can impair delivery of blood, oxygen and nutrients to working tissues. Get up and move! . 2️⃣Posture under load. There are certain positions that may make one more prone to injury when the system is under heavy load (medial knee when landing). So, yes, pay attention to posture/form in these scenarios. . Outside of these two situations, stop worrying so much about your posture. There is no normal to shoot for. Your posture is your normal. Instead, focus on moving move often as this will do much more in terms of relieving any discomfort you are experiencing and improving your health overall! •••••••••• 📚Kuo YL, et al. Sagittal spinal posture after Pilates-based exercise in healthy older adults. Spine. 2009. . 📚Kloubec JA. Pilates for improvement of muscle endurance, flexibility, balance, and posture. J Strength Cond Res. 2010. . 📚Hrysomallis C, et al. A review of resistance exercise and posture realignment. J Strength Cond Res. 2001. . #RehabScience
Repost from @trustmephysiotherapist using @RepostRegramApp - ٠٠٠٠٠٠ This 93 year old lady would be my favorite patient of the week! :) Credit:@joana_zanin10 "My mom trains this 93 year old and it’s the cutest thing ever. Her laugh and smile makes her young". #trustme #physiotherapist #keeplearning
Repost from @drjarodhalldpt using @RepostRegramApp - Just because there is pain present doesn’t mean that there is surely a tissue injury. Pain is much more about sensitivity of a complex system than it is about injury. Countless factors can play a role in the experience of pain, and we should do our due diligence to explore as many of those as we can! #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #physiotherapy #physio #physiotherapist #dpt #pt #do #dc #chiro #chiropracticadjustment #chiropractor #chiropractic #fisioterapiacomamor #fisioterapiaesportiva #pain #injury