Prehab : A plan to improve your surgical outcomes !


Rehabilitation is an integral part of the course of treatment following surgery. But did you ever consider a prehabilitation before surgery?Prehabilitation a.k.a prehab simply implies physical therapy before undergoing surgery.Why do I need to go for physical therapy if a surgery is anyway scheduled and rehab is planned later?So, here is a scenario, you getContinue reading “Prehab : A plan to improve your surgical outcomes !”

Telehealth: a new revolution.


      Covid-19 has changed our perception of everything.  A new revolution is happening in healthcare: Telehealth. So what is a Telehealth? Telehealth is a live one on one call with your healthcare provider via telephone or a video call. As the clinics closed and elective surgeries got postponed the whole patient care systemContinue reading “Telehealth: a new revolution.”

Trigger finger: What to do?


Have you ever experienced a snapping in one of the fingers, difficulty in quickly opening the fist or you have to manually open the fingers to extend them? The reason may be a Trigger finger. Our fingers can move freely due to a pulley system that runs along with each digit of our hand. When thereContinue reading “Trigger finger: What to do?”

The Right Run- Incorrect vs. Correct #Graphically


NOTE: This post explains Biomechanics of Running pictorially. Which Runner are You? Incorrect Vs. Correct Achieving Good Running Form

Exercising in Ankylosing Spondylitis


Treatment for ankylosing spondylitis is what many often enquire about. People ask for treatment that completely cures ankylosing spondylitis disorder. Well, there is no known curative treatment for ankylosing spondylitis. However, there are different techniques & methods that reduce the effects or intensity of ankylosing spondylitis considerably. Understanding ankylosing spondylitis, is very important so thatContinue reading “Exercising in Ankylosing Spondylitis”

Vertigo Exercises


Vertigo is a sudden feeling that you are unsteady or that environment around you is moving. It is generally for a short duration.Common Symptoms are: Dizziness, light headedness, loss of balance, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting etc. CAUSES It stems from inner ear, more specifically an organ called the vestibular labyrinth.This tiny organ uses fine, hair-likeContinue reading “Vertigo Exercises”

Exercise and Osteoporosis


Welcome Back!!As we have discussed in the previous blog about the causes, symptoms and diagnosis of osteoporosis. Lets look into the Preventive part of this silent disease. EXERCISE BENEFITS1) Weight bearing exercises regularly help to avoid damaging effects.2) Aerobics, dancing, waking, stair limbing or any activity that uses gravity to place weight on bones willContinue reading “Exercise and Osteoporosis”