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musculoskeletel - Virendra Physiotherapist

  • Joint Pain and Muscle Pain

    ₹400

    We want to make sure that anybody who needs Physiotherapy gets expert treatment so we offer a Home Visit service to accommodate those who can’t make it to the clinic.

  • Back Pain Treatment

    Lumbar spine (low back) stability is largely dependent on the supporting abdominal (stomach) and low back musculature. The abdominal muscles provide the initial stabilizing support through their ability to generate pressure within the abdomen which is exerted posteriorly on the spine, thus providing an anterior support column (from the front of the spine). The low back muscles stabilize the spine from the back and lead to posterior support. Simply stated, the bony spine and discs are surrounded by muscles, and the stronger these specific muscles are, the less stress is placed on the discs and joints of the spine. The patients should develop a 'belt' of muscle around their spine.

  • tenis elbow

    Physiotherapy can help you manage your tendonitis symptoms and other associated problems. Tendonitis, sometimes called tendinitis, is an irritation or inflammation of any of the tendons in your body. Your tendons are strong bands of connective tissue that attach your muscles to your bones. Tendonitis can be caused by repetitive use or overstretching of the tendon causing it to become irritated and inflamed.

  • osteoarthritis

    Physiotherapy can help you manage your tendonitis symptoms and other associated problems. Tendonitis, sometimes called tendinitis, is an irritation or inflammation of any of the tendons in your body. Your tendons are strong bands of connective tissue that attach your muscles to your bones. Tendonitis can be caused by repetitive use or overstretching of the tendon causing it to become irritated and inflamed.

  • Frozen Shoulder

    Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is stiffness, pain, and limited range of movement in your shoulder . It may happen after an injury or overuse or from a disease such as diabetes or a stroke. The tissues around the joint stiffen, scar tissue forms, and shoulder movements become difficult and painful.

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