osteoarthritis physiotherapy

OSTEOARTHRITIS AND PHYSIOTHERAPY: THE ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF PEOPLE AFFECTED

In addition to helping you choose the best exercises, physiotherapists provide advice and education on pain relief and ways to manage osteoarthritis. We can teach you how to improve your joint movement and your walking, as well as how to strengthen your muscles. If you need to have a joint replacement, you are also likely to see a physiotherapist before and after the operation. We will help prepare you to get the maximum benefit from the surgery, and help you recover well after it.

Covid-19 – How to improve lung function in the period of confinement

We are going to explain how we can improve this lung function at HOME, through physical activity and breathing exercises and, thanks to the home test of the previous post, check our improvements in our FVC (Forced Vital Capacity).

Covid 19 – Impact on lung function. Home self-assessment test

In this post we show you a simple way to measure lung function. This will be of great value both for people who want to carry out a preventive control of it, as well as for those who are recovering from an infectious process in the respiratory tract.

Physical exercise as a pain modulator

Chronic pain is one of the biggest problems of our time due to, among other reasons, lifestyle. This chronic pain can be caused by various reasons, for example: osteoarthritis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, or problems in the cervical and/or lumbar spine. Most people have suffered or suffer from some kind of chronic pain during their lives; therefore, it is of great importance to have techniques to alleviate it.