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At Allocare we have skilled practitioners who precisely evaluate and treat disorders of the human body by using physical means. Our team consults and works closely with the patient’s physician in establishing the treatment objectives that are realistic and consistent with the patient’s needs. Allocare team plans organize and direct programs for patients of all ages who are disabled by illness by accident or were born with a physical challenge. Allocare Physiotherapy department has a treatment room which have 8 beds including 2 traction beds, all these beds can be used for treating patients mainly as an out-patient clinic.
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Allocare Physiotherapy near you get an accurate answer for the questions you may have as : What is Physiotherapy and can physiotherapy help a Jumper's knee ?? Jumper's knee : An injury or inflammation to the tissue connecting the kneecap to the shin bone (patellar tendon). It is also known as Patellar tendinitis. Jumpers knee is an overuse injury (when repeated movements cause tissue damage or irritation to a particular area). It occurs when the knee is extended, the quadriceps muscle pulls on the quadriceps tendon, which it turns pulls on patella. Causes : Sports involving repeated stress on Quadriceps mechanism, proximal and distal pole of patella. ex: sprinting, sudden starts and stops, repeated jumping, kicking. Intense, repeated loading of extensor mechanism of knee. Intrinsic factors of tendon i.e., Elasticity and extensibility. Sudden changes in intensity i.e., duration of training. Symptoms : Retropatellar or peripatellar pain precipitated by prolonged sitting - movie goers sign. Effusion rarely. Painful/ painless catching sensation. Crepitus. Reflex of quadriceps/ 'Q' atrophy. Localised tenderness. Pain at start of activity or following activity depending on severity of condition. PhysiotherapyTreatment : Depending on the severity. Grade-1 : Pain following activity, no functional impairment. Cold packs, NSAIDS, friction massage, patellar tendon taping, Advice good warm up before sports. Grade- 2 and 3 : Pain at the start of activity and interferes with activity. Hot packs followed by stretching. Activity modification, followed activity, Ice massage, stretchings. Eccentric tibialis anterior strengthening, eccentric quadriceps strengthening. pain and inflammation can reduced with ultrasound. Contact us : http://allocarephysiotherapy.com/ for more treatment options offered by Allocare Physiotherapy for Jumper's knee. We also provide home care physiotherapy services.
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Are you looking for the best physiotherapy clinic near you ? Allocare Physiotherapy near you to get an accurate answer for the questions you may have as : What is Physiotherapy and can Physiotherapy help a Club foot?? Club foot : Club foot is a birth defect in which foot is twisted out of shape/ position. it is also known as CTEV (congenital talipes equino varus). Club foot is where one/ both feet are rotated inwards and downwards. The affected foot, calf and leg may be smaller than other. Without treatment, people walk on sides of their feet, which causes issues with walking. Symptoms : Talus plantar flexed, the calcaneus inverted and navicular rotated. The soft tissue of posterior aspect of ankle and medial aspect of foot is contracted. Causes : May be abnormal intrauterine position of fetus. Hypothesize, from early development stages of humans, that clubfoot is formed by a malfunction during gestation. Early Amniocentesis (11-13 weeks) is believed to increase in potential amniotic leakage from procedure. Genetics : Mutations in genes involved in muscle development are risk factors for clubfoot. Those encoding muscle contractile complex (MYH3). Treatment : Treatment that involves moving the foot into an improved position followed by casting. Which is repeated at weekly intervals. Once inward bending is improved, Achilles tendon is often cut, and brace is worn until age of four. Physiotherapy : Gentle stretchings and strapping. Manipulations can be done. Contact us : http://allocarephysiotherapy.com/ for more treatment options for clubfoot. We also provide home care physiotherapy services.
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Learn about the Physiotherapy treatment protocol offered by Allocare Physiotherapy for Patellar dislocation of knee. Patellar dislocation of knee: It is caused due to excess lateral movement of patella. A patellar dislocation is a knee injury in which the patella slips out of its normal position. Often the knee is partly bent, painful and swollen. The patella is also often felt and seen out of place. Causes : Traumatic : Anatomical variation in bony structure. shallow trochlear groove. Flat lateral femoral condyle. Imbalance of soft tissue surrounding patella. Tight lateral structures - lateral retinacular tightness. Vastus medialis insufficiency, weakness. Faulty alignment patterns : Hyper pronated foot. Increase in 'Q' angle. Symptoms : Anterior knee pain. Medial patellar tenderness. Feeling of full instability. Patellar laxity/ hyper-mobility of lateral side. Vastus medialis atrophy. Treatment : Conservative and Surgical management. Physiotherapy or Conservative management : Knee isometrics to improve the strength of knee. Knee exercises to improve knee range of motions. Ultrasound and IFT to decrease pain and inflammation. To increase flexibility of lateral fascia i.e., insertion of IT band. Mobilization of patella with medial glide (i.e., extension - flexion). Patellar taping. Surgical management : Lateral retinacular release. Extension mechanism reattachment. After surgical management to regain the joint function physiotherapy plays a major role. Contact us on : http://allocarephysiotherpay.com/ for more treatment options for patellar dislocation of knee physiotherapy. We also provide home care physiotherapy services.
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Allocare Physiotherapy near you to get an accurate answer for the question you may have as : What is Physiotherapy and can physiotherapy help a Disk prolapse ?? Disk prolapse : Interverbral/ spinal disk is cartilagenous structure of vertebral column that separates each vertebrae. It is made of a tough outer fibrous layer and soft inner part. Rupture of disk is called disc prolapse. During disk prolapse, soft inner material bulges out through weak area in hard outer layer. Bulged disk material may Irritate/ compress or damage nerve root that passes through gap between vertebrae. Severity of condition depends upon degree of bulging. Symptoms : Disk prolapse may include pain and weakness in area of prolapse. Most common area of disk prolapse is lower part of vertebral column. If it compresses sciatic nerve, symptoms become more severe. Pain spreads down back of leg to ankle, heel/ toe of foot. There is numbness and tingling in affected region. Sitting for long time can aggravates pain. Causes : Injury to spinal cord, neck/ back. Heavy weight lifting. Sitting for a long time. Sudden violent twisting of body involving spine. Aging - because of gradual degeneration of disk with age. After about 30 yrs of age, disk starts dehydrating. So it is more susceptible for rupture at age of 30-40 yr. Physiotherapy Treatment : Traction can decrease compression and relief of pain. If there is any tightness can be released with stretching. Strengthening exercises to strengthen the back and neck. Ultrasound and TENSE can decrease the pain. Contact : http://allocarephysiotherapy.com/ for more treatment options for disk prolapse physiotherapy. We also offer home physiotherapy.
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