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Biracial female physiotherapist helping senior man to exercise with resistance bands

What is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy (or physiotherapy) is a division of health care known as rehabilitation medicine focused on treating and preventing physical injuries, disabilities, and other impairments.

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Types of Hernia: an older woman rubs a sore spot on her lower abdomen while walking outdoors

Types of Hernias: A Comprehensive Guide

This article explores the various types of hernias, a common medical condition where organs or tissues push through weakened muscle walls. We’ll cover the most prevalent forms, including inguinal, femoral,...

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Image of an IASTM practitioner using the Graston Technique on a patient

What is the Graston Technique?

The Graston® Technique, a form of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), has been gaining attention due to its potential to enhance mobility and alleviate pain.  In this article, we’ll...

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