Unfortunately, some children are born with extremely tough conditions. Cerebral palsy and rare or neuronal diseases are among the worst kind.
No one can deny that knee injuries or conditions such as osteoarthritis can be extremely painful Our knees are one of the most affected joints in our bodies due to various reasons. The main one has to do with the fact that we use our knees every single day, mainly unnoticed, every time we make a small step, a complex system of bones, muscles and ligaments work together. As any other thing, due to the use we give our knees, the joint can resent and wear out. Things like our diet, activity (too much or too little) or family history play a very important part on our knees.
The treatment of tendonitis could be prevented if safety measures are taken in consideration, but unfortunately, once it occurs you can only treat it as well as you can so you can recover as soon as you can. The most important thing at the beginning of the injury is to try and mitigate the pain as much as possible, as it is known, the pain will not allow us to work on the exercises recommended for the treatment of the Tendinitis.
Muscular or orthopaedic problems are extremely painful, anybody that suffers from this kind of pains can relate. And even though doing exercise is incredibly helpful for this kind of conditions, it is at the same time unbearably painful. This situation ends up turning into a vicious cycle, in the case of children, they will not do their exercises because they will experience pain, although it would help them. That is why, on this post we are going to talk about how our children can do stretching exercises for kyphosis, what kind of stretching exercises and how to know if your kid are being effective or not.
Arthritis is a common condition among the 40-year-old population, it affects the smooth cartilage in our joints, this is the “cushion” that protects the actual bones from touching each other, avoiding friction and pain, as well as stopping the bone from eroding. It is also associated with other diseases that can affect the joints such as Gout or Rheumatoid Arthritis. Arthritic feet symptoms are pain, swelling and stiffness on our joints. Today we are going to look at how to decrease our pain and take good care of our joints.
As you can easily imagine, a marathon training is no easy task. And it is not something you can do from one day, week or even month to another. As we always comment on this blog, it is paramount to be safe when practicing sport, not only for the sake of not suffering injuries that can stop us from doing our favourite sport. But also to prevent problems that can lead to conditions that affect the everyday activities we do all the time. That is why today we are going to give tips to know how to prepare to run for a marathon in a safe way.
It goes without saying that practicing sport should not be considered an option. We should all some kind of physical activity, whatever our condition allows to do. It has been scientifically proven that the benefits from doing exercise are endless, plus, it increases the life expectancy considerably. However, taking good care of our body is just as important as doing sport. Nevertheless, if we do exercise without the correct equipment or knowledge it can be more harm than good, that is the reason why we need to avoid sport injuries. Today we are going to look into basic equipment that everyone that does some kind of exercise should use every day.
For most of the people summer is the best season of the year. The sun is out, it is warm and the days are much longer. Is the time of the year that most of us use to travel or get together with our families to have fun. However, it is also a period of time where people may be affected by what to most is the best part of the season, the temperature.
A child’s development can easily be considered one of the most important things in a parent’s life. It is startling how quickly children learn to do new things with almost no effort. Their first word or their first steps are important milestones in the child’s (and in the parent’s) life. Today we are going to talk about walking habits.
Sport orthopaedics is going to change our lives. Do you want to know why?