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Add your Own Exercises in Physiotherapy software

Go to Exercise Prescription module and click Private exercises. Click Upload exercise button Fill the Relevant details like title description and upload the exercise image from your computer Click Save to add that exercise in your portal. Now go to the relevant module and find your exercise to prepare your own exercise chart.

InSync Physiotherapy  Shoulder Pain? Isometric Abduction Exercise

InSync Physiotherapy Shoulder Pain? Isometric Abduction Exercise

This exercise is for the rotator cuff and can be done almost immediately with most types of shoulder pain. Begin by abducting the arm outward at the elbow with either resistance from the hand or the wall . Hold for 30 seconds, repeat 5 times every day. It’s safe and not harmful to have a […]

Advancing Physiotherapy Practice MSc

Advancing Physiotherapy Practice MSc

My name is Clive Liles. I’m the programme leader and the admissions tutor for the MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice programme that we now run in the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences here at the University of Birmingham. What makes this programme particularly unique is that it is housed in a very strong research […]

Exercises for sciatica: piriformis syndrome | NHS

EXERCISES FOR SCIATICA PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME My name is Sammy Margo and I’m a chartered physiotherapist. I’m going to look at exercises for sciatica caused by piriformis syndrome. Piriformis is a tiny-weenie muscle in your buttock that gives us a lot of aggravation. Simply because of its anatomical position. It’s very closely aligned to the sciatic […]

Biomechanics of running

Biomechanics of running

Biomechanics is the science of how your body works to produce movement. Correct running biomechanics helps to maintain an ideal alignment and therefore maximise your performance and reduce the risk of overuse injuries. When running its most important to run tall. Keep a good upright posture when running and stay relaxed. Hold your chin up. […]