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Birkdale Physiotherapy and Sport Injury Centre
Can help you with:
Acute Pain, Muscle Pain, Trapped Nerves,
Joint Pain, Chronic Pain, Headaches, Stress, Sports Injuries etc
Offers Home Visits and Flexible Appointments to suit your needs.
See patients as soon after first contact as possible.
Enable patients to maximise their function.
Instil patients with confidence in their ability at work, home or in sport.
Minimise discomfort related to the patient's problem.
Ensure that patients understand their problem and its treatment.
Ensure that patients are aware of the need to contribute to their treatment.
Ensure that treatment is appropriate and effective.
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42d Liverpool Road, Birkdale,
Southport. PR8 4AY
Tel: 01704 550977
"Muscular slips from iliacus and psoas, piercing or covering the femoral nerve, were found in 19 specimens (7.9%).
The more frequent variation was piercing of the femoral nerve by a muscular slip (17 specimens, 7.0%).
The less frequent variation found was a muscular slip or sheet covering the femoral nerve as it lay on iliacus (2 specimens, 0.8%).
Each disposition may be a potential risk for nerve entrapment."
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"The purpose of the current paper is to present 2 cases of saphenous nerve entrapment at the adductor canal and to highlight a nerve tension technique to aid in the clinical diagnosis of this condition."
Plus many more in this full text paper: CLICK IMAGE FOR LINK
The human head weighs about a dozen pounds. But as the neck bends forward and down, the weight on the cervical spine begins to increase. At a 15-
That’s the burden that comes with staring at a smartphone —
the way millions do for hours every day.
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Neural Tension for the Unimaginative.
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Efficacy of Manual Therapy Including Neurodynamic Techniques for the Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: RCT, May 2017
"Both therapies had a positive effect on nerve conduction,
pain reduction, functional status, and subjective symptoms in
individuals with CTS. However, the results regarding pain reduction,
subjective symptoms, and functional status were better in the MT group."
Read Article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28395984
What Causes Hand Pain and Numbness?
The carpal tunnel is a structure in the wrist that contains the tendons that control the fingers and then median nerve, which innervates the thumb and first two fingers.
When the carpal tunnel is too small and/or inflammation occurs in the tendons that run through it, the median nerve becomes compressed, causing symptoms such as pain, numbness, and tingling in the wrist, hand, and fingers.
Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include, but are not limited to, the following:
Carpal tunnel syndrome is treated with nonsurgical methods such as splinting, ice therapy, and behavioral modifications. It can also be treated surgically with a procedure called carpal tunnel release.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Great day at Royal Birkdale Golf Club: Entertaining three old friends who bought a round of golf in a charity auction in aid of Jack's Journey
Great local cause.
‘TEXT NECK’ is becoming an epidemic and could wreck your spine!
Lumbar disc movement -
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We took this video during a cadaver experiment on the lumbar nerve roots. As an aside, we simulated flexion to illustrate the characteristic bulging at the front of the lumbar disc. The back of the disc bulges less because it is pulled taught and follows a more direct course between the upper and lower vertebral bodies.
Acknowledgement: Prof Tom Van Hoof, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium.
Insights into Neural Tension.
Courtesy of Neurodynamics