Whether you’ve sustained a rib fracture or have broken a rib, you need to visit a healthcare professional for medical attention. But what does the treatment process actually look like? Will you need to lay in bed for the next 6 weeks? Continue reading to learn more.
The arches of your feet support the weight of your entire body during all activities. But strong as they may be, they are still prone to two fairly common conditions - flat foot and pes cavus. How do these conditions differ and what is their impact on our feet?
Kinesiology tape has been on the market for some time now - however, its benefits are constantly being tested.But is it really all that great? Read on and find out!
Back pain is probably one of the most common reasons for work absence. No matter if the pain is acute or chronic, it can significantly reduce your quality of life (Back pain). But what exactly causes it and what treatment options are there? Continue reading to learn medical advice on treating back pain.
Varicose veins are leg veins that have damaged valves, which prevent proper blood flow from the legs to the heart. Not only is this condition visually unappealing, but it can also cause muscle cramps, swelling of the feet and a feeling of heaviness. So how exactly can this condition be treated?
Basketball players train their body intensively before each match - especially the knees. Sometimes they have a knee injuries, some of which can end their careers. However, there are also treatment options, like knee braces,.
Sitting in one position for an extended period of time or slouching over your phone throughout the day can negatively impact your upper back. If you’re experiencing this condition, continue reading to find out more about the treatment options.
Knee cap pain has many names. It is also known as chondromalacia, runner's knee, patellar tendonitis, floating knee cap or patellofemoral pain syndrome. Each of these conditions are slight variations on the type of knee cap pain that a patient may experience.