A new journal article in Physical Therapy in Sport (the journal I recently reviewed) discusses imbalance between upper and lower trapezius muscle activity and the association of subacromial shoulder impingement.. The authors studied the EMG activity of the upper and lower trapezius in subjects with and without subacromial impingement Eoin Long Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic offers a high quality service which is responsive, effective and tailored to the individual needs of each of our clients. We place great emphasis on explaining and educating people about the precise cause of their symptoms Supraspinatus tendinopathy is a common and disabling condition that becomes more prevalent after middle age and is a common cause of shoulder pain.A predisposing factor is resistive overuse.. The supraspinatus tendon of the rotator cuff is involved and affected tendons of the musculoskeletal system and becomes degenerated, most often as a result of repetitive stresses and overloading during. . After doing a Research Refresh (members only) on the impact of extracorporeal shockwave therapy on these two conditions, I decided to delve into the conditions a bit further.. Now I am not sure if you have the new textbook from VAHL, but I am loving it
TFL together with the gluteus maximus joins to form the Iliotibial tract, which attaches to lateral condyle of tibia APA members Kristin Dean and Emma Mathlin are the founders of Equimotion, a Sydney company specialising in physiotherapy and biomechanics of horse and rider, with a focus on using technology for objective gait and movement analysis. Lynne Harrison, APAM, is a UK-trained physiotherapist, qualifying in 2002 The content on or accessible through Physiopedia is for informational purposes only. Physiopedia is not a substitute for professional advice or expert medical services from a qualified healthcare provider. Read more. Stretching exercises for the piriformis muscle help release spasm in the muscle and therefore pressure on the sciatic nerve. Due to the position of the piriformis muscle in the hip, static stretches are more appropriate. Static stretching is where the stretch is applied then held for a period of time
Erector Spinae Muscle Pain & Trigger Points. The erector spinae is a main troublemaker when it comes to low back pain. It consists of several muscles - longissimus thoracis, iliocostalis, multifidi, rotatores - and runs on and parallel to the spine. It can be divided into two groups - the lateral/outer tract and the medial/inner tract Primary Function: scapular upward rotation, external rotation, posterior tilt at the acromioclavicular joint, protraction of the clavicle at the sternoclavicular joint. Palatopharyngeus muscle :-The palatopharyngeus muscle is a small muscle in the roof of the mouth. It is a long and fleshy fasciculus, narrower in the middle than at either end of the forming with the mucous membrane covering its surface & the palatopharyngeal arch
Tom's Physiotherapy Blog Pages. Blog Contents; Blog; About Me; Useful links ; Thursday, 13 June 2013 Climber's elbow - Brachialis Tendonitis So this post is to explore the other problems with elbows - specifically climber's elbow - a differential elbow pain to that of tennis or golfers elbow. Less common than biceps brachii injuries but. Musculus gastrocnemius tightness (MGT) can be diagnosed by comparing ankle dorsiflexion (ADF) with the knee extended and flexed. Although various measurement techniques exist, the degree of knee flexion needed to eliminate the effect of the gastrocnemius on ADF is still unknown. The aim of this study was to identify the minimal degree of knee flexion required to eliminate the restricting.
John is a graduate of the University of Pittsburghâ€™s Doctor of Physical Therapy program and currently treats patients in Columbus, Ohio. He created and frequently contributes to SnyderPhysicalTherapy.com, a website devoted to promoting evidence-based management of orthopedic conditions and patient education.These studies give us a glimpse into properly selecting exercises, yet very few exercises have been or will ever be studied. The sternocleidomastoid muscle is one of the largest and most superficial cervical muscles. The primary actions of the muscle are rotation of the head to the opposite side and flexion of the neck. The sternocleidomastoid is innervated by the accessory nerve.. It is given the name sternocleidomastoid because it originates at the manubrium of the sternum (sterno-) and the clavicle (cleido-), and. Musculus uvulae: Pharyngeal plexus: Mylohyoid: Mandibular nerve - mylohyoid nerve, from inferior alveolar branch : Nasalis: Facial nerve - buccal branch: Obliquus Capitis Inferior: Suboccipital nerve: Obliquus Capitis Superior: Suboccipital nerve: Obturator externus: Posterior branch of obturator nerve: Obturator internus: Nerve to obturator.
Palatine uvula muscle:- The muscular part of the uvula shortens and broadens the uvula. This changes the contour of the posterior part of the soft palate. This change in contour allows the soft palate to the posterior pharyngeal wall to help close the nasopharynx during swallowing. It is supplied by... Continue reading â† Piriformis syndrome occurs when the piriformis irritates the sciatic nerve, which comes into the gluteal region beneath the muscle, causing pain in the buttocks and referred pain along the sciatic nerve. This referred pain is known as sciatica.Seventeen percent of the population has their sciatic nerve coursing through the piriformis muscle Effects of physical therapy on quality of life in osteoporosis patients - a randomized clinical trial. The situation can be improved with specific medication and physiotherapy. We explored the effects of a variety of physical treatments on activities of daily living in patients with osteoporosis. (musculus multifidus, musculus. The supraspinatus muscle is of the greatest practical importance in the rotator cuff, it derives its innervation from the suprascapular nerve and stabilizes the shoulder, externally rotates and helps abduct the arm, by initiating the abduction of the humerus on the scapula. Any friction between the tendon and the acromion is normally reduced by the subacromial bursa.
The quadratus lumborum muscle, informally called the QL, is a paired muscle of the left and right posterior abdominal wall.It is the deepest abdominal muscle, and commonly referred to as a back muscle. Each is irregular and quadrilateral in shape. The quadratus lumborum muscles originate from the wings of the ilium; their insertions are on the transverse processes of the upper four lumbar. 3 Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK. 4 Centre for Health and Human Performance, London, UK. 5 Department of Clinical Therapies, Faculty of Education and Health Sciences, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland With clinical examination, other causes of shoulder pain should be excluded. So the neck, shoulder and chest wall have to be examined (Caroline, Adebajo, Hay & Carr, 2005) All interventions were carried by one physiotherapist. The maximum contraction time of 5 seconds was maintained for the intermediate region in every pattern used for the interventions. During this time, the thickness of the musculus transversus abdominis was measured. Each measurement was carried out twice, and the average value was used for.
Rectus capitis lateralis muscle :-Muscle details :-Introdution :-The rectus capitis lateralis (also rectus capitis lateralis muscle, lateral rectus capitis, latin: musculus rectus capitis lateralis) is a short muscle situated anterior to the vertebral column that extends between the atlas and the base of the skull and is involved in lateral flexion of the neck The Tensor fasciae latae is innervated by superior gluteal nerve, originating from lumbar nerve 4, 5, and first sacral nerve(L4-S1) roots. It also innervates gluteus minimus and medius muscles before terminating with innervation of tensor fasciae latae muscle
Do shoulder blade protractions. Lean against a wall and press the backs of your palms and your elbows against it. Then slide your shoulder blades forward (away from each other) - keep them down as well - and hold. This exercise is a great way to rev up for the added weight your serratus anterior will be dealing with during pushups The Gracilis Muscle is found in the groin. This muscle originates from the external point of the pubic bone and goes all the way down the midshaft of the tibia. The main function of the Gracilis Muscle is to facilitate hip adduction and to help with knee flexion. This muscle also assists in knee stabilization and knee rotation
The Iliopsoas (in blue) However it is covered by a lot of other structures, a hell of a lot of other strucutures, both front and back. At the front it's mostly the small intestines and the colon, and a little higher up the kidneys and the vascular structures of the external iliac artery and vein which then become the femoral artery and vein as they pass across the inguinal area lower down The iliotibial band is a 5 cm wide band called that divides into two layers superiorly and a single tract inferiorly. The superficial part is attached to the tubercle of the iliac crest, and the deep lamina to the capsule of the hip joint. An anatomic dissection study of the supraspinatus footprint found that the mean anterior to posterior dimension of the supraspinatus tendon was 25 mm, with a mean medial to lateral thickness of the footprint of 12 mm - the mean distance from the cartilage to the supraspinatus footprint was 1.5 mm at mid tendon. More probing investigations can narrow down the differential diagnoses, which could include:blood for white cell counts, search for abnormal blood biochemistry and inflammatory markers, as well as radionuclide imaging and MRI.
Best Stretch for the Sartorius Muscle. April 3, 2014 Rick Kaselj Fitness, General. In this video I wanted to go through the Best stretch for the Sartorius muscle. The sartorius muscle is kind of the forgotten hip flexor muscle. It's important to target that muscle because it affects the knee and the hip Deep massage (manual release) by a physical therapist or other qualified specialist is thought to enhance healing by increasing blood flow to the area and decreasing muscle spasm. See Massage Therapy for Lower Back Pain. In addition to stretching and physical therapy, most treatment approaches for piriformis syndrome will include additional. Infraspinatus:Muscle Pain & Trigger Points. The Infraspinatus muscle is a common pain troublemaker in athletes, musicians and desk workers. It is one of the four muscles of the rotator cuff. If you are working a lot in a bend over position, do lots of desk work or with your arms over your head, you are prone to develop problems in your.
The existence of this muscle is of importance to surgeons, anatomists and physiotherapist . Photograph from 72-years-o ld embalmed male cadaver displaying crossing of the musculus cervicis Zu Ihrem und zum Schutz der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter haben wir dabei MaĂźnahmen ergriffen, um das Risiko einerCOVID-19-Infektion gering zu halten.If sonografy is done, the standard method for sonographic evaluation of the supraspinatus tendon requires the arm behind the back (Crass position) or hand on the back pocket (modified Crass position). Crass et al described scanning the shoulder in extension and internal rotation, achieved by placing the patientâ€™s hand behind the back.
4 Ways to Loosen Tight Trapezius Muscles. By Stefanie Bengel, MS, ATC; Tight trapsâ€”almost everyone has them, and everyone knows how they feel. It feels like you constantly have a weight on your shoulder. You feel tightness in your upper back, arms and neck. Sometimes, headaches develop from the tight muscles in your neck The Tensor fascia latae(TFL) is a fusiform muscle enclosed between two layers of fascia lataÂ with a length of 15cm approximately and overlying the gluteus minimus and some part of the gluteus medius. It's myotomes is fourth lumbar nerve root (L4).
Grade 1 is given if therapist is able to feel contraction of the muscle and grade 0 is given if no contraction is palpable.
Re: popliteus/biceps femoris tendinosis I concur with Yarok s ideas for exercises and treatment especially ITB releases I would add in review of foot posture for orthotics because poor foot posture will have a mechanical effect on the rotation of the knee joint and can perpetuate popliteus and biceps femoris muscle symptoms Brachioradialis pain occurs when the muscles in the forearm are overexerted. The brachioradialis is a muscle that serves to provide flexion at the elbow as well as support the extension of the. Insertion: smooth triangular area at medial end of scapular spine; medial border of scapula from level of spine to inferior angle
Supraspinatus Rupture: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment. Reviewed By: Pramod Kerkar, M.D., FFARCSI, DA. Facebook. Twitter. ReddIt. WhatsApp. Telegram. Email. This is a painful condition of the shoulder in which there is a tear or rupture of the tendons of the Supraspinatus Muscle. This condition is relatively common and generally. Structure. The sternalis is a muscle that runs along the anterior aspect of the body of the sternum. It lies superficially and parallel to the sternum. Its origin and insertion are variable. The sternalis muscle often originates from the upper part of the sternum and can display varying insertions such as the pectoral fascia, lower ribs, costal cartilages, rectus sheath, aponeurosis of the. The major indications for surgery are ongoing pain, loss of function, failure to respond to conservative therapy for 3 months or evidence of an acute tear in a younger patient. Surgical approaches include calcium deposit resection, with or without subacromial decompression, bursal resectionA and acromioplastyB, using either arthroscopic or open methods. Itâ€™s also possible to split off the coraco-acromial ligament to enlarge the space between acromion and humerus. This can cause instability, but we can compensate it with some training of the rotator cuff. With physical therapy it takes patients up to 4 months to recover. The goal of a surgery is to obtain pain relief, increased range of motion and increased power. ABursal resection: Removement of the subacromial bursa. These 4 gluteus medius exercises target the muscle in different ways to help whether you've got knee pain, knock-knees, bad balance and more. It may seem odd that things like knee troubles, back pain after squats, and problems standing on one foot could all have the same cause, but in this article you're going to discover how the gluteus.
Abdominal Strengthening Exercises Written by Tele Demetrious, Physiotherapist, BPhysio(Hons) Reviewed by Brett Harrop, APA Sports Physiotherapist, BPhysio(Hons), MPhysio(Sports Physio) Updated: 19 th December 2017 Exercises > Strengthening (Muscles) > Abdominal Strengthening Exercises. The following abdominal strengthening exercises are designed to improve the strength of the abdominal muscles. Aim for 3 sets of 20 reps, alternating sides throughout. Lateral Band Walks. These lateral band walks or crab walks are great for strengthening the abductors and external rotators of this hip, including the sartorius muscle, as you work against the resistance of the band. Aim for 3 sets of 1-minute stepping, alternating sides throughout Rhomboid Strengthening Exercises Written by Tele Demetrious, Physiotherapist, BPhysio(Hons) Reviewed by Brett Harrop, APA Sports Physiotherapist, BPhysio(Hons), MPhysio(Sports Physio) Updated: 5 th May 2016 Exercises > Strengthening (Muscles) > Rhomboid Strengthening Exercises. The following rhomboid strengthening exercises are designed to improve the strength of the rhomboid muscles (figure 1) The superior oblique muscle, or obliquus oculi superior, is a fusiform muscle originating in the upper, medial side of the orbit (i.e. from beside the nose) which abducts, depresses and internally rotates the eye. It is the only extraocular muscle innervated by the trochlear nerve (the fourth cranial nerve)
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The pectineus is a small muscle located in the groin region of the body that is often injured while playing various sports. If you want to learn about the symptoms, treatment, and recovery of. Piriformis syndrome is an uncommon cause of pain and other symptoms in the buttocks and/or lower back that can radiate down the leg to the foot.; Piriformis syndrome is usually due to compression or contraction of the piriformis muscle on certain areas of the sciatic nerve; the most common risk factors are overuse or trauma from sports, but other conditions can cause the symptoms
The iliocostalis dorsi includes the musculus accessorius and the iliocostalis thoracis muscle. Through flattened tendons which arise from the upper border of the angle of the lower six ribs, medially placed to the tendons of insertion of the iliocostalis lumborum convert into muscles and insert at the top border of the upper six ribs efficiently attaching the lower and upper ribs 1. Pain Patterns & Symptoms. If the trapezius contains trigger points, you can experience headaches as well as arm or upper back pain, depending on the localization of these points.. It can contribute to the following pain symptoms. Click on the corresponding link to learn how to achieve relief
Who put the pop in your popliteus?Who put the ram in the rama lama ding dong? Well, whoever it was, we are about to get it back. In my last article we discovered a very intricate muscle called the popliteus that originates from the outside of the bottom of the thigh, lateral femur, and fans out the the inside of the lower leg bone, the tibia.. This muscle has the very important function of. The brachialis muscle is a prime flexor of the forearm at the elbow joint.It is fusiform in shape and located in the anterior (flexor) compartment of the arm, deep to the biceps brachii.The brachialis is a broad muscle, with its broadest part located in the middle rather than at either of its extremities Levator ani syndrome is a type of nonrelaxing pelvic floor dysfunction. That means the pelvic floor muscles are too tight. The pelvic floor supports the rectum, bladder, and urethra
The successful use of veterinary physiotherapy in the management and rehabilitation of surgically corrected over-riding dorsal spinous processes. Summary A 17 year old thoroughbred mare presented for resection of over-riding dorsal spinous processes (ODSP's) diagnosed on radiographic examination. Surgery involved the complete removal of the spinous processes of three vertebrae Grade 4 is given if the patient is able to abduct and maintain position at end range against moderate resistance. The Tensor fascia latae(TFL) is a fusiform muscle enclosed between two layers of fascia lata with a length of 15cm approximately and overlying the gluteus minimus and some part of the gluteus medius. It's myotomes is fourth lumbar nerve root (L4)
See posts, photos and more on Facebook Splenius Capitis & Cervicis: Pain & Trigger Points. The splenius capitis and cervicis can trigger pain in the head/skull, on top of the head - also called vertex pain - and neck pain if they contain active trigger points. People that suffer often experienced a whiplash trauma or work long hours at the desk Piriformis syndrome is a condition which is believed to result from compression of the sciatic nerve by the piriformis muscle. Symptoms may include pain and numbness in the buttocks and down the leg. Often symptoms are worsened with sitting or running. Causes may include trauma to the gluteal muscle, spasms of the piriformis muscle, anatomical variation, or an overuse injury
The psoas muscle (pronounced SO-as) may be the most important muscle in your body. Without this essential muscle group, you wouldn't even be able to get out of bed in the morning! In fact, whether you run, bike, dance, practice yoga, or just hang out on your couch, your psoas muscles are involved When refering to evidence in academic writing, you should always try to reference the primary (original) source. That is usually the journal article where the information was first stated. In most cases Physiopedia articles are a secondary source and so should not be used as references. Physiopedia articles are best used to find the original sources of information (see the references list at the bottom of the article).
The power test for the TFL is done in side lying with hip in 45Â° of flexion for grade 5, 4 and 3 while for grade 2, 1 and 0, it is done in long sitting position. Piriformis syndrome is an uncommon neuromuscular disorder that is caused when the piriformis muscle compresses the sciatic nerve.The piriformis muscle is a flat, band-like muscle located in the.
The supraspinatus tendon of the rotator cuff is involved and affected tendons of the musculoskeletal system and becomes degenerated, most often as a result of repetitive stresses and overloading during sports or occupational activities.The tendon of the supraspinatus commonly impinges under the acromion as it passes between the acromion and the humeral head. This mechanism is multifactorial (see below). Our mission is to improve the lives of patients and providers by creating the most impactful educational content on an innovative learning platform. If you believe that this Physiopedia article is the primary source for the information you are refering to, you can use the button below to access a related citation statement.
Yi-Chian Wang, in Braddom's Rehabilitation Care: A Clinical Handbook, 2018. Femoral Neuropathy. The femoral nerve supplies the iliopsoas muscles before emerging under the inguinal ligament, after which divides into branches to supply the quadriceps, sartorius, and pectineus muscles, the anterior aspect of the thigh and medial aspect of the leg.The femoral nerve is usually injured within the. In general, the causes of an acute painful shoulder can be classified into different categories, according to the prevailing patho-anatomy. These includeSpecifically, insidious onset of neck pain and whiplash associated disorder (WAD) have been linked with a significant delay in and shorter duration of serratus anterior activity bilaterally during arm elevation9. A similar study found decreased serrates anterior activation in individuals with acromioclavicular osteoarthritis and rotator cuff disease.10 Physio fĂĽr Dich: Wir nehmen teil! Ihre Gesundheit ist uns wichtig! Das sieht die Bundesregierung auch so und hat die physiotherapeutischen Praxen als systemrelevant eingestuft. Deshalb haben wir auch weiter fĂĽr Sie geĂ¶ffnet und werden Sie behandeln, wie es Ihrer Verordnung entspricht. Ihr musculus Physiotherapiezentrum.
Mariusz Waszkiewicz Physiotherapy - - Rated 5 based on 3 Reviews Professional approach to the patient, fast and accurate diagnosis. I recommend it to... Jump to. Sections of this page. í ˝í±‰ Musculus supraspinatus is a common cause of pain as one of the rotator cuff muscles. Subscapularis Tendinitis: This is a painful medical condition of the shoulder in which there is inflammation of the tendons of the subscapularis muscle resulting in severe pain in the shoulders and difficulty with mobility of the shoulders. This article gives information about the following: The Subscapularis muscle is an extremely powerful. Passive modalities should be considered in order to avoid painful aggravation. Modalities such as ultrasound, cryotherapy and electrical muscle stimulation can provide temperory relief in acute phase. Strengthening exercises such as isometric exercises should be considered in order to work out the shoulder girdle musculatures. Proper home exercise programs should also be taught in conjuction with proper ergonomics.Â The peroneus longus also everts the sole of the foot, and from the oblique direction of the tendon across the sole of the foot is an important agent in the maintenance of the transverse arch.  Taking their fixed points below, the peroneus muscles serve to steady the leg upon the foot
Although a cause-and-effect relationship cannot be confirmed, this preliminary evidence still lends support for targeting the periscapular muscles in individuals with neck or shoulder pain. Extensor tendonitis is inflammation of the extensor tendons which run along the top of the foot. It is an overuse injury which is common in runners, especially if your shoes do not fit properly, or are laced too tight. Here we explain the symptoms, causes, and treatment of extensor tendonitis and tendinopathy Grade 5 is given if the patient is able to abduct and maintain position at end range against maximal resistance.
How can you effectively train the tibialis posterior to increase arch height in flat feet? This tibialis posterior strengthening exercise has shown greatest EMG activity and improved flat feet. Splenius Capitis Muscle Syndrome typically mimics the respective pain reference patterns of temporal tendinitis and migraine headache. The painful headache starts at the lateral margin of the superior nuchal line and medial to the mastoid process. The reference areas of pain are described as follows (see Figure 2): Rear of head aches and hurts The abductor pollicis brevis muscle is located in the hand between the wrist and the base of the thumb. It originates from the flexor retinaculum and the tubercles of the scaphoid and trapezium bones. It inserts in the outer side of the base of the proximal phalanx of the thumb The physiotherapist can manually guide the spine through the full arc of flexion and extension. It's essential to tuck in the chin and hollow the abdomen by tilting the pelvis posteriorly. Lift one arm slowly while continuing to maintain the neutral position of the spine, without changing the natural curves Introduction Gliomas are among the biggest challenges in neurological and oncology rehabilitation and optimising treatment is of major clinical importance in this population. Although inpatient rehabilitation among glioma patients' results in improved functional measures, rehabilitation efforts are still not emphasised in this patient group and the literature lacks studies investigating the.
REHAMED Ambulantes Sport- physio- und Therapiezentrum Hannover GmbH, Hanover, Germany. 1 like Â· 11 were here. Financial Servic The multifidus muscle is one of the smallest yet most powerful muscle that gives support to the spine. Most people have the misconception that small is insignificant but it is not the case when it comes to this particular muscle. Multifidus muscle is a series of muscles that are attached to the spinal column The therapist is situated behind the patient with one hand is placed at the lateral surfece of the topmost thigh immediately above the knee, given downwards pressure and the other hand at the iliac crest for stability. the patient is asked to abduct against resistance.
The iliacus muscle is shaped like a triangle, flat and an exact fit of the iliac fossa â€” the curved surface of the largest pelvic bone. Together with the psoas major muscle, it is also called the iliopsoas muscle.A portion of this muscle is attached to the iliac fossa, two-thirds from its top. Another portion is attached to the inside portion of the iliac crest, the top, outer portion of the. Siegfried Hornikel Physiotherapeut BA Garmisch Partenkirchen 0049 8821 9669316 firstname.lastname@example.org Reha Physio Physiotherapy Physiotherapie Podoskop www.podoskop.com Pysio Tests Joint Test Muscle. Famous Physical Therapists present the Top 3 Supraspinatus Tendonitis treatments and exercise that you can do yourself. Easy to do and very effective. Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www. A side strain is a condition that is commonly seen in cricket fast bowlers and is characterized by a tear in one of the side abdominal muscles (known as the internal oblique) where it attaches to the lower ribs. The chest comprises of 12 rib bones on each side of the body. Each rib attaches to the spine at the back of the body and then. Supraspinatus tendinopathy is a common source of shoulder pain in athletes that participate in overhead sports (handball, volleyball, tennis, baseball). This tendinopathy is in most cases caused by an impingement of the supraspinatus tendon on the acromion as it passes between the acromion and the humeral head. Pain, and a decrease in range of motion, strength and functionality are the main complaints that accompany this injury and should be addressed in the physical therapy. There is enough evidence to prove that physical applications such as ultrasound , cryotherapy, hyperthermia, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and extracorporeal shock wave therapy have a beneficial effect on the recovery of supraspinatus tendinopathy. But we have to remember that it is very important to use these methods as an adjunct to physical therapy (increasing ROM, strength training of the rotator cuff muscles and other shoulder stabilizers).
NSAIDs may be the first choice for mild to moderate symptoms, if there are no contraindications to these agents. A short term use (7-14 days) of NSAIDs is useful to relieve the pain associated with a tendinitis. However, there is little evidence supporting a long term course of NSAIDs.Moderate to severe symptoms may require a local subacromial corticosteroid injection. For more information about corticosteroid injections. Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction or PTTD is a dysfunction of the posterior tibialis muscle, resulting in a fallen arch, or flat feet. The tibialis posterior tendon supports the arch of the foot so if it becomes impaired, or is not working properly the arch of the foot collapses Joint mobilization may be included with inferior, anterior, and posterior glides in the scapular plane(Level of Evidence: 3A). Stretching exercises should be done by repeating the exercise 3 times and holding the stretch each time for 30 seconds. Examples of the stretches for home exercise program are: The Wellness Care Dietitian and Weight Management The weight management exercise program (WMEP) at amazing physiotherapy and wellness is supported by principles of in-depth patient education, exercise instruction and teaching healthier lifestyle choices. Developed to give you the motivation, education and support necessary to implementing long-term changes to your health To assess the effectiveness and safety of chest physiotherapy for pneumonia in adults. We searched CENTRAL 2012, Issue 11, MEDLINE (1966 to November week 2, 2012), EMBASE (1974 to November 2012.