Common Foot Challenges in Runners: How Physiotherapy Guides Rehabilitation

Running, while an excellent form of exercise, often brings along foot-related challenges that can disrupt training and performance. From plantar fasciitis to shin splints, these issues can sideline even the most dedicated runners. In this article, we’ll explore common foot problems encountered by runners and the integral role physiotherapy plays in navigating their recovery journey. Read More

Enhancing Development: The Significance of Early Sensory Care for Preterm Infants

Dr. Snehal Gadhecha Neonatal & Paediatric Physiotherapist Certified Early Intervention in neonatal (pre-terms) & High risk developmental care specialist (UK), Early Intervention in Sensory Care (London) Feeding Specialist (PIOMI, SOFFITM, USA) “Enhancing Development: The Significance of Early Sensory Care for Preterm Infants” What is Sensory Processing Disorder? A sensory processing disorder (SPD) is characterized by Read More

Robotics in rehabilitation: Transforming Inpatient rehabilitative care.

Introduction: In the realm of healthcare, advancements in technology continue to transform the way we approach rehabilitation. Today, I’m thrilled to spotlight the ground-breaking field of rehabilitation robotics and its profound impact on patient care. In the current arena of Early Recovery After Surgery (ERAS), where early mobilization is a pressing necessity after hospitalization; Robotics Read More

Total Knee Replacement (TKR) and Total Hip Replacement (THR) in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA): A Comprehensive Rehabilitation Approach

Introduction Total knee replacement (TKR) and total hip replacement (THR) surgeries are common procedures in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). These surgeries are often performed to alleviate pain, improve joint function, and enhance the quality of life in patients with RA. As physiotherapists, our role in the rehabilitation process is crucial in helping these patients Read More

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The Interconnection of Mental Health and Physical Recovery: A Crucial Component in Rehabilitation by Dr. Alicia Fernandes, MPT, M.I.A.P

Introduction As physiotherapists, we are well-versed in the importance of physical rehabilitation in the recovery process. However, what is often overlooked is the profound impact that mental health can have on physical recovery. The relationship between mental and physical health is complex and multifaceted, and understanding this connection is crucial for achieving optimal rehabilitation outcomes. Read More