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Carpal tunnel syndrome is an injury that can be pretty disabling. But what should you do about it? When people want to answer that question, they probably go online to search for answers. But if you start searching for things online, you will see a lot of bad and untrue information. So in this blog, we will debunk the five most seen myths around carpal tunnel syndrome that you will find online.


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It’s been a highly discussed topic in the last few years. Should I, or shouldn’t I get shoulder surgery for my cuff tear? Getting shoulder surgery depends on a couple of factors. In this blog, we will discuss the research about having shoulder surgery and the only reason why you should get shoulder surgery. 


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The frozen shoulder or in medical terms ‘adhesive capsulitis’ is a shoulder complaint that affects the capsule of the shoulder joint. During the episode of a frozen shoulder, the capsule of the shoulder joint gets inflamed and stiffens up.


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Doctors, physios and the media keep telling us to exercise to be healthier. While this is good advice, it can still be challenging to overcome our inner laziness. The great thing about exercise is that it is usually low cost, it is also low risk and you can do it wherever you want and whenever you want. In this blog article, we will present you 9 proven (health) benefits of exercises to help you find the motivation to move more.


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Almost every runner will experience some kind of pain in their legs while or after running at some point in ife. While a lot of these complaints will fade away with some proper rest or a better warm-up, there exists a common overuse injury, that requires more attention. You may confuse these symptoms with a normal muscle ache, but if you keep ignoring these symptoms, It could develop into a more serious condition that will have you out of the running game for long. The injury we’re talking about is called “shin splints”. In this blog you will not only learn what it is, how you get it and what the treatment options are, but also how you can easily self-diagnose and treat it by following our video instructions.


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When we talk about headaches almost every human on earth already experienced it once in a lifetime. The symptoms can vary from short periods of mild pain on one side of the head to vomiting, severe pain, as well as visual and sensory deficits. It can occur after reading a book, studying, falling on the head, infections or even just when moving your shoulders. Despite that being said, we still do not know all of the causes, in fact there is still a lot to discover. There are several different types and not each of them is easy to diagnose and treat. Approximately 1 billion dollars each year are spent on unnecessary brain imaging. In this Blogpost you will get insights into the most common types of headache and their treatment options.


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Patellofemoral pain syndrome or in other words anterior knee pain is one of the most seen knee pathologies encountered by orthopedic and sports physiotherapists. It’s even said that around 25% of people will experience patellofemoral symptoms at some point in their life. But what is patellofemoral pain syndrome exactly? Where does it come from? How can I get rid of it? In this blog post we will try to shed more light on this very common knee pain problem.


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