Vital importance of Post-surgery exercises

Vital importance of Post-surgery exercises

Post-surgery exercises are of vital importance for several reasons: It’s important to note that post-surgery exercises should be performed under the guidance of your healthcare provider or physical therapist. They will provide you with a structured exercise program that aligns with your recovery timeline, surgical procedure, and individual needs. Always follow their instructions to ensure a safe and successful recovery.

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Tennis Elbow Explained (Causes, Symptoms, Treatments and Prevention)

Tennis Elbow Explained (Causes, Symptoms, Treatments and Prevention)

Tennis Elbow Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition that affects the outer part of the elbow. Despite its name, it is not limited to tennis players and can affect anyone who performs repetitive arm and wrist movements, particularly those involving gripping and twisting motions. It is a type of tendinopathy, which means it involves damage…

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Orthopedic Myths

Orthopedic Myths

There are several myths and misconceptions surrounding orthopedics, which is the branch of medicine that focuses on the musculoskeletal system. Here are a few common orthopedic myths: It’s important to consult with a qualified orthopedic specialist or healthcare professional for accurate information and advice regarding any orthopedic condition. They can provide personalized guidance based on your specific situation and help…

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Bones: An Orthopedic Surgeon’s Perspective

Bones: An Orthopedic Surgeon’s Perspective

We’re proud to present periodic articles from GomerBlog.com, a satirical medical news website created by a bunch of wannabe stand-up comedians who ended up in healthcare. “Through humor and poking fun at ourselves, ” says the Gomerguy, “we hope to change the way medicine is practiced in a positive way. Hopefully we can help get you through your day…even if we…

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10 Ways to Manage Low Back Pain at Home

10 Ways to Manage Low Back Pain at Home

One of the most common physical ailments is Back pain. Studies show that eight in 20% humans have back pain at some point in their lives, usually in the lower back. Your back might hurt from an old sports injury or a chronic condition such as arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis or might have sprained it while working in the yard or cleaning house. For…

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