The scapula or shoulder blade is a big player in arm movements. But what are the facts about scapular movement or dyskinesis. Is a winged shoulderblade a problem, and should we even be fixing it?
Online physiotherapy, also known as telerehabilitation, is a growing trend in the field of physical therapy that allows patients to receive treatment remotely through the use of video conferencing and other technology. This type of physiotherapy has become increasingly popular as it offers a convenient and flexible alternative to in-person visits, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic when many people are hesitant to leave their homes.
We sleep for roughly 25-33% of our lifetime. And just like it is important to eat, drink and breath, it’s also important to sleep. Sleep isn’t only good for our recovery, but it’s also really important for maintaining good mental health and physical health. Want to know more about the importance of sleeping, stay here and read this blog!
A frozen shoulder is a specific shoulder complaint that needs a lot of patience. This is because it can take up to three years before being complaint free. But there are also people who go through a frozen shoulder within one year. So what’s the difference between these groups of people? Or in other words, what were the differences in their rehab approach? Well in this blog we will discuss what you shouldn’t do if you have been diagnosed with a frozen shoulder.
Trigger points and their explanatory models are taking over the world. But does the evidence support these models and way of thinking? Are triggerpoints real or are they fiction. And what about dry needling, does it work or not? In this blog you will find out if your “muscle knot” is a real trigger point or not, and if dry needling works!