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What you need to know about dyskinesia
We look at dyskinesia, including the main symptoms and treatment options. Learn more about this condition that results in involuntary movements here.
Could tai chi encourage more patients to take up cardiac rehab?
Tai chi did not raise aerobic fitness, but it increased physical activity, was liked, and was adhered to by heart patients who refused conventional rehab.
Scars: Are they preventable?
While many scars do not hamper everyday life, some cause life-long problems. Find out how scars form and why it is so difficult to prevent them.
Six yoga poses for prostate enlargement
Yoga has many benefits, In this article, learn about six yoga poses that can help ease and manage the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Epley maneuver: A treatment for vertigo
The Epley maneuver is a gentle exercise that is used to treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). Learn how it is performed, and how it helps.
How to get rid of dizziness: Medications and remedies
There are many potential causes for dizziness, and it can cause a lot of distress in daily life. Learn how to prevent and manage dizziness effectively.
Dorsiflexion: Injuries and mobility exercises
Dorsiflexion is the movement of raising the foot upwards. Learn about the potential injuries that can affect dorsiflexion, and exercises to treat them.
Soft robotic exosuits help patients walk after stroke
Scientists have created lightweight and low-profile soft robotic ankle supports that could help stroke patients walk with less difficulty and more normal strides.
Some women may benefit from delaying breast reconstruction following mastectomy
Some patients with a combination of risk factors, such as being obese and having diabetes or being a smoker, may benefit from delayed rather than immediate breast implant reconstruction after a...
Mobility aids: Types, benefits, and use
Mobility aids are designed to help people with their independence and reduce pain. What types of mobility aids are there and who can benefit from them?
Using the stairs just got easier with energy-recycling steps
Researchers at Georgia Tech and Emory University have created a device that makes walking up and down stairs easier.
Colles fracture: Treatment and recovery
Colles fracture is the medical name for a broken wrist. In this article, learn about the causes of Colles fractures, how they can be treated, and recovery.
Frontal lobe: Functions, structure, and damage
What is the frontal lobe? in this article, learn about the functions of the frontal lobe, the effects of damage to it, and possible treatments.
Computer model simulates sense of touch from the entire hand
The software will allow scientists to simulate the response of the entire nerve and use it to create realistic touch sensations with bionic hands.
Transcranial stimulation and/or physical therapy improves walking speed in Parkinson's disease
Noninvasive brain stimulation and physical therapy - alone or in combination - improve some measures of walking ability in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD), concludes a clinical trial in the...
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