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Ouch! My shoulder hurts when I'm trying to move it! I feel some restriction in moving the shoulder! THis is a very common problem, which people face mostly in 40's. There are certain conditions which be a secondary reason for this condition known as Frozen Shoulder also known as Adhesive Capsulitis. The main causes for this condition are: an injury to the elbow or the shoulder itself which causes stiffness of this joint, Diabetes, Cervical Spondilitis, Post CABG, etc. The person will face certain difficulties in peroforming the ADLs, which can be wearing a vest, combing hair, scratching the back etc. The range of motion of the shoulder, the flexion, extension and the rotation, are restricted, and the patient may recover from 1 year to 3 years. Physiotherapy plays an inevitable role in the recovery of the shoulder. There are certain things which a patient can do at home like hot water fermentation, applying some medicated oils, til oil, warm coconut oil can help in reducing the pain. There are certain exercises which a patient has to do everyday, which will help to restore the normal function of the shoulder. One must visit a physiotherapist when a person is diagnosed with Frozen Shoulder. There are certain physiotherapy treatment available like electrotherapy, Soft Tissue Releases, Dry Needling, Taping, Range of Motion exercises, Joint Mobilizations, Strengtehning and Stretching exercises. The patient must learn the exercises properly.
Knee Replacement is the most common surgeries that are being performed by the orthopedic surgeons nowadays. Knee Replacement can be easily prevented if one choses a good rehabilitation programme and one choses to change his or her lifestyle. But in case, there is no choice left, byt to go for the surgery, then, it is always recommended to go for a Pre Surgical Rehabilitation and a Post Rehabilitation to enjoy the benefits of the surgery. The surgery can be extremely successful on part of the orthopedic surgeon, but its success still lies in the hands of the the physiotherapist. The physiotherapy rehabilitation is started from DAY post surgery. The Therapist is well versed with what all has to be done and how to progress the rehabilitation programme. To attain a good Range of motion and a good strength of the muscles, the therapist must ensure that the muscles around the joint are flexible and have a normal length. The muscles which are to be worked on are the quadriceps, the hamstrings, the calf, the IT band, Popliteus. The Rehabilitation can extend upto 3 months and the therpaist teaches the patient walk with the walker, using a cane and then independently. The therapist also trains the patient about the right way to climb the stairs.
Have you ever heard wondered why people over the age of 40 start complaining about it getting difficult to get up from the chair or climbing the stairs? This condition is known as osteoarthritis of knee, where the joint cartilage degenerates or wear and tear of the cartilage happens, which gradually results in the reduction of the joint space. Osteoarthritis not only affects the knee, but can also affect the other joints as well, that is the hands, hips and spine. The condition is irreversible, but maintaing a healthy lifestyle and taking proper treatment helps to slow down the degenerative process. The patient often complains pain, stiffness, tenderness, loss of joint movement, crackling of the sounds, bone spurs, swelling over the involved joints and inflammation of the jpint which further damages the joint. There are certain factors which can increase the risk of developing the osteoarthritis are age,females are affected more, obesity, joint injury, repeated stress on the joint, family history of arthritis, bone deformities, metabolic diseases. If proper care, is not taken, then this condition can be debiliting, and will stop the patient from performing the basic Activities of daily living. There are certain medications which can help in improving the joint condition, which can help in repairing the cartilage if the joint it is the initial stage of osteoarthritis. Physiotherapy Rehabilitation plays a very important role in managing this condition and living a normal life. Exercises become inevitable and are a part of the daily routine.If not taken care, then the patient might have to go for Joint relpacement surgery. Post surgery also needs a post rehabilitaion. Choice is yours, whether you can mange this condition with a surgery or with surgery! Rehabilitation aims in strengthening the muscles around the joint, maintaing the joint Range of Motion, reduce the joint swelling, reducing the pain. There are various advanced rehabilitation techniques available which easily manage the condition.