Doing some kind of sport has become incredibly common. Everybody is going out for a jog, a swim or a friendly match. Even some people are taking it to the next level by competing at marathons or even triathlons.
It is fairly easy to know someone (or even ourselves) that suffer from conditions like claw toes or bunions. It is not necessary something related exclusively to the elderly, young healthy people can show signs of future bunions and don’t even know about it. Today we are going to look into these situations and we will give you small tips to prevent them or minimize its negative effect.
One of the most feared deseases of the elder population is Alzheimer’s. This devastating condition is the most common cause of dementia.
We take it for granted every day, but our spinal column is under a lot of pressure at all times. Every time we lean to pick what we have dropped or we squat to check underneath something we are forcing our backs to bent and turn.
It is safe to say that we all suffer from back pain at one point or another. Due to having a bad posture or doing certain movements, back pain can appear fairly quick. This kind of pain affects us in many different ways, from stopping us from taking deep breaths due to intense pain to not being able to carry out everyday activities.
It seems like 3D printers have made their way into almost every single industry. But now, a new way of applying this technology has revolutionized the surgical world. Studies affirm that 3D printed vertebral discs and hips prosthesis can be made from this technology saving money, time and improving quality at the same time.
Back pain is one of the most common kinds of pain that people suffer from, not only for people with physical jobs, also for parents and the elderly. Even people with office jobs can face this situation from incorrect sitting posture. This condition affects the people´s quality of life as well as their independence and their everyday activities.
Advances in the treatment of multiple sclerosis provide hope to thousands of sufferers in the world. In Spain alone, it affects 47,000 people and, every year, 1,800 new cases of multiple sclerosis are diagnosed, according to the Spanish Society of Neurology (SEN). Among these advances for the treatment of multiple sclerosis, the emergence of new drugs that have led to a change of approach to the disease stands out.
When a child has walking difficulties, it is advisable to use paediatric insoles. By doing so, foot problems and deformities can be treated early and corrected quickly. Orliman has developed new insoles for its Orliman Pediatric children’s orthopaedics and paediatrics range, which offer great benefits. In addition to being very comfortable and easy to wear.