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May 2017

Supraspinatus tendonitis: tips and remedies

The supraspinatus tendonitis is an increasingly common and painful pathology. This pathology, which involves the shoulder, is nothing but an inflammation of the supraspinatus muscle. It can cause very intense pain and functional and motor restraint, even in the most normal movements of daily life, due to its degree of inflammation and tendon calcification. The [...]

August 2016

Gonalgia: causes and symptoms

Knee pain (gonalgia) is one of the most common disorders of skeletal muscles. It is characterized by knee pain and often affects people who play sports or have an active lifestyle. Causes and symptoms The nerves that give sensitiveness to the knee and also to hip, thigh and ankles come from the lower back. For [...]

June 2016

Tendinitis: a clinical case

The inflammation of the Achilles tendon affects the largest tendon in the human body and is related to the back of the leg near the heel bone. If it is not properly treated, the mere inflammation can degenerate leading to the tendon rupture. Depending on which part of the tendon is inflamed, there are two [...]

April 2016

The pectineus strain: a combined approach

Electro-medical devices are not only instruments for the integration of manual physiotherapy treatments and the creation of a wider rehabilitation therapeutic program, but also instruments that can be effectively combined to treat the different stages of a series of sessions. Let's see a case study where tecar, laser and ultrasounds are combined.   The muscular [...]

January 2016

Laser 1064 nm for the bedsores’ treatment

Bedsores, or ulcers, are lesions of the skin and of the deeper tissues (caused by the pressure for a substantial period), which reduces or, in severe cases, stops the blood flow in the affected area. The most of the people who are affected by this disease, and also those most at risk, are undoubtedly the [...]

Sciatica: causes and treatment

Do you have leg pain that stretches from the back down to the calf or foot? This may be an inflammation of the sciatic nerve: the sciatica. The term sciatica means precisely the inflammation of the sciatic nerve, the longest one in the human body which originates from the sacral plexus and innervate, through its [...]

December 2015

  • disc herniation EME Physio

How to treat disc herniation with high power laser

The herniated disc is the result of a spill of pulpy material from intervertebral discs. When the capacity of this ring decreass causing pain.

Trochanteric bursitis: What it is and how to treat it

The trochanteric bursitis is a femur inflammation; its name belongs to its effects on the mocous bursitis of the greater trochanter.