Optimal Joint Nutrition

Optimal Joint Nutrition

Do’s and Don’ts for optimal Joint Nutrition- Of all the body parts that need attention and care, joint health is always ignored and overlooked- despite being the most important. Our joints play a vital role in our movements, they enable us to move, bend, stretch, walk and so much more. These act

Sports Injury?

Sports Injury?

Sports Injury? Here’s how you can recover fasterInjuries are common in sports like soccer, football, basketball or skiing. Recovery from such injuries focuses on providing rehabilitation for you to heal. The severity of the injury can be mild or severe but what is important for a sportsperson is s

Avascular Necrosis (AVN)  common sites

Avascular Necrosis (AVN) common sites

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Knee pain

Knee pain

#Pain is a common #knee problem that can originate in any of the #bony structures. Knee pain can be divided into three major categories: 1. #Acute injury: such as a broken bone, torn ligament or #meniscal tear 2. Medical conditions: #Rheumatoid 

Shoulder Joint

Shoulder Joint

The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body and allows the arm to move in many directions. This ability to move makes the joint inherently unstable and also makes the shoulder the most often dislocated joint in the body. These are some simple steps to handle a dislocated shoulder. Consul

The rotator cuff

The rotator cuff

“The rotator cuff is a large tendon comprised of four muscles which combine to form a “cuff” over the upper end of the arm, the head of the humerus. A rotator cuff tear may result from an acute injury such as a fall or may be caused by chronic wear and tear with degeneration of […]

ACL

ACL

Once we treat #patients torn #ACL and replace it with a tendon taking it from #knee,#hamstring or#thigh. When the #tendon is placed within your knee it may take some time for a new #ACL to grow in fully. After #surgery, #doctor will have you stay off your #leg, rest your #knee, and wear