What is Arthritis?Arthritis includes more than 100 different rheumatic diseases and conditions, the most common of which is osteoarthritis. Other common types of arthritis are rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, gout (gouty arthritis). Common symptoms includ ... click for more


What is tendonitis?Tendon is a fibrous formation, like rope that connects muscle with bones. The tendonitis is inflammation or irritation of  this formation, which can occur anywhere we have a tendon on our body but more often in the shoulders, elbows ... click for more

Discogenic back pain – spinal disc herniation

Discogenic back pain and spinal disc herniation are not the same condition. Discogenic back pain is a medical condition in which there is loss of structural integrity of the intervertebral disc. Spinal disc herniation is a condition affecting the spine in ... click for more

Kyphosis of the spine

Kyphosis is said to be an excessive increase of the normal curvature of the thoracic region of the spine. It is one of the most common problems that may occur throughout the life of a man, from childhood to old age. Kyphosis is a common problem and should ... click for more

Muscle Sprains – Stretching – Lacerations

The muscle injuries are 50% of sports injuries. The muscle injuries can be:a. score direct boredom of muscle. These are called sprains and their main feature is the creation of hematoma in or around the muscle.b. effect of abrupt contraction of th ... click for more

Low back pain

The term low back pain is used to describe pain in the lumbar spine so low back pain is a symptom and not a disease (Symeonidis 1984). 8 to 10 adults report low back pain once in their lives and according to statistics low back pain is the second most com ... click for more

Meniscus Tear

Medial and lateral menisci are located in between  femur and  tibia and their main function is the load distribution and absorption. Meniscus tear may be acute or chronic. In younger patients, one traumatic episode with meniscus overload  is usually the c ... click for more

Flat feet

Flat feet is a common anatomical deformity foot, distinguished by decline or absence of normal arch. This contributes to valgus heel and can cause compensatory changes in other areas like the knees (valgus) or the spine (scoliosis). The opposite damage, i ... click for more