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PT in kidney cancer

Physiotherapists could have key role to play in preventing kidney cancer physiotherapists could have a key role to play in helping overweight people to move more to lower their risk of becoming obese and...

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Latest on Dementia

Chair-based physiotherapy benefiting dementia patients A new physiotherapy programme centred around chair-based gymnastics is having significant benefits for people living with dementia. The British Gymnastics Foundation runs a scheme known as Love to Move,...

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Stop Muscle Cramps

How to Stop Muscle Cramps in Their Tracks Whether you call them cramps, stitches, or just pains in the butt, muscle spasms put a serious damper on any workout—especially considering they usually strike without...

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Genu Varum (Bow Legs)

A deformity marked by medial angulation of the leg in relation to the thigh; an outward bowing of the legs. Bowed legs in a toddler is very common. When a child with bowed legs...

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Aqua Aerobics

Aqua Aerobics: The New Fitness Trend With Therapeutic Benefits As people have become more aware of the health risks associated with physical inactivity, there is an increasing interest in health and fitness to counter...