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Neuro rehab

Neurological Rehabilitation

The human brain has billions of neurons, each neuron connected to thousands of other neurons. Sitting on our shoulders is the most complicated object in the known universe. This masterpiece of a creation needs to be preserved and protected to continue human evolution and progress. However, with the ever growing advancements in the field of […]

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Cardiac Rehab

Cardiac Rehabilitation

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the primary cause of death, globally and are responsible for about 31% of all global deaths. Therefore, diseases related to the heart need early detection and management to avoid fatality. This can be achieved by provisions for medicines and counseling through a well-developed cardio […]

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Ortho Rehab

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

“The broken bone, once set together, is stronger than ever “; this phrase justifies the concept of orthopedic rehabilitation to the hilt. Injuries happen to people all the time and sometimes they can be really painful in the least. Broken bones are not easy to deal with and the pain makes it even worse. A […]

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Tonsillitis and Sore Throat

Rain comes with heavy showers. School children gt drenched in rain water during return from schools. They like the continuous down pour. They share their joy with friends by playing in rain water. Next day, there is sneezing, running nose, sore throat and pain in tonsil. At the back of the mouth on each side […]

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Carpal Syndrome

Does the thumb side of your hand feel like it’s going to sleep-that weak, numb, pins-and-needles feeling — for no apparent reason? You may suspect that you have carpel tunnel syndrome. The good news is that there are a number of methods you can try at home to ease your pain. And if those don’t work, surgery […]

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Rheumatic Fever

Rheumatic fever is a serious disease that mainly affects children and young adults. It is due to an allergic condition that attacks the connective tissues of body causing joint pains, skin lesions, st. vitus dance due to central nervous system irritation and lastly affects the valves of heart. So it is said that rheumatic fever(disease). […]

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Infection

Do’s and don’ts for avoiding infections

Some diseases have become immune to the antibiotics we use. As a result, controlling diseases and preventing infections from spreading are more crucial than ever, and doing so begins with measures every individual can take.Follow these tips to help lower your risk of infections: Do wash your hand Wash your hands frequently – especially before […]

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Osteoporosis

What is Osteoporosis ? Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone. It decreased bone strength increases the risk of a broken bone, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps. Osteoporosis means “porous bone.”  Osteoporosis makes your bones weak and more likely to break. Bones that commonly break include the back […]

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Cervical Spondylosis

Neck pain may be due to various causes. It may be the simple muscle pain due to spasm of muscle which may subside within a few days either with medicine or without it. It is due to fibrositis. The pain may be also due to course without much trouble. But more troubling pain in neck […]

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Battling bad breath

Bad breath is usually caused by your tongue, although the same process of bacteria breaking down dead cells and food bits can occur in other parts of your mouth, like with food stuck in your teeth or a dry mouth. When bad breath doesn’t respond to self-care, ask your dentist to check for gum disease […]

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