Rheumatoid Arthritis and Physiotherapy

By at 23 June, 2009

Although rheumatoid arthritis is a painful and debilitating disease, it’s also a risk factor for other problems such as osteoporosis and heart disease. Exercise and other lifestyle changes can hold off these diseases as research shows. Sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis finds that life is a constant learning experience. Each time a new movement is done, […]

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Sports Injuries and Physiotherapy

By at 13 April, 2008

Injured sports players often turn to physiotherapy for rehabilitation.  Physiotherapy, also called physical therapy, offers help whether the player is having surgery to correct the damage or not. One example of the many sports injuries is an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.  This is an injury to the knee.  It is one of the common […]

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Starting a Career in Physiotherapy

By at 12 April, 2008

Want to help others with physical problems? Then working in the physiotherapy field is the way to go.  You could learn to evaluate physical problems, create plans for patients, and see to carrying out those plans.  A physiotherapy career can be professionally rewarding. The average physiotherapist is between 25 and 54, earns $50,000 to $60,000, […]

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