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World Physiotherapy Day: Can Elite Athletes Get Osteoarthritis?

There is no a better day to answer this persistent question than today which is World Physiotherapy Day; with a theme of “Role of Physiotherapists in Prevention and Management of Osteoarthritis”. Osteoarthritis condition is generally called ‘wear and tear arthritis’ which occurs when cartilage cushioning the joints wears down there by allowing bones to rub […]

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Stress Fracture In Sport: Symptoms And Why Doping Can Induce It

Sighting escalation of stress fracture which is medically called complication can be frightening by all and sundry. Mere standing or simple innocuous jump run by an athlete may bring instant fracture. When this happens, the big questions that are always followed are: why will a trained athletes’ limp succumb to fracture suddenly by mere standing […]

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Why Athletes On Doping Can Develop Facial Palsy

Before ‘we get at our mark, and get set’ for this important subtle topic, it will be cool to know a bit about facial palsy and it’s different from belly’s palsy. Facial palsy is a condition that causes weakness of facial muscles; thereby affecting the normal function of facial muscles. Resultant effects are: half of […]