In rehabilitation there is no elevator. You have to take every step meaning one step at a time.
Low-level laser therapy is postulated to work is by enhancing fibroblast function, accelerating connective tissue growth, and through antiinflammatory effects. There are several RCTs comparing different laser wavelength treatments with sham laser, indicating that laser therapy is effective at reducing back pain for 3 to 6 months compared with controls.
Changes in neck motion and motor control occurred primarily within 2 weeks. Reduction in neck pain was associated with increased cervical range of motion in flexion-/extension and increased postural sway when standing with eyes open. Cervical range of motion in flexion-/extension was the only variable associated with changes in both neck pain and neck disability.
This Matrix Rhythm Therapy is provided using the “Matrix Mobile” machine. The Matrix Mobile machine uses a special-shaped resonator head to propagate phase-synchronized mechanical vibrations and vibrating magnetic fields deep into the body tissue. The therapy has no side effects.
Dry needling is a treatment modality that is minimally invasive, cheap and carries a low risk. The deep method of dry needling has been shown to be more effective than the superficial one for the treatment of pain associated with myofascial trigger points. However, over areas with potential risk of significant adverse events, such as lungs and large blood vessels, we suggest using the superficial technique.
The efficacy of interferential therapy (IFT) electrode placement technique compared with a control treatment in subjects with acute low back pain. Thirty minutes of stimulation was applied using four electrodes placed over the lumbar and sacral areas, with the right erector spinae muscle targeted as central area of stimulation. The placebo treatment included sham interferential therapy.
Ultrasound has since been used to treat a wide variety of disorders, from skin wounds to malignant tumours. It has become one of the most commonly used treatments in the management of soft tissue injuries. However, although many laboratory-based research studies have demonstrated a number of physiological effects of ultrasound upon living tissue.
Both continuous and pulsed forms of shortwave diathermy (SWD) are used by physiotherapists in the treatment of a range of conditions including soft tissue lesions and the arthritises. The known physiological effects, clinical efficacy and hazards associated with the use of these two forms of SWD are considered.
A CPM (Continuous Passive Motion) machine is being used to patient recovery, retrieving moving abilities of the knee, and reducing tissue swelling, after the knee joint surgery. This device prevents frozen joint syndrome, joint stiffness, and articular cartilage destruction by stimulating joint tissues.
Paraffin wax is solid at room temperature and begins to melt above 37 C and melting point is 46 to 68 C. The paraffin wax bath was applied 25 minutes prior to joint mobilization techniques including glides of the articular surface in supine position. The joint mobilization grade -1 and grade 2 were used for pain management and relaxation, while Grade 3 were Used to stretch joint structures and increase joint play.
Nonsurgical spinal decompression (NSD) modality has been developed for management of LBP. NSD entails spinal stretching on a traction table or similar motorized device with the goal of relieving neck or back pain. It is a type of therapy applied to the spine in order to create a negative intradiscal pressure to promote retraction and create a lower pressure in the disc for the influx of healing nutrients into the disc.
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