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Physiotherapists manage sufferers affected by musculoskeletal injuries, neurological & chronic illness or disability through movement and exercise, Electrotherapy, manual therapy, patient & family education and advice.
They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain , disability and prevent diseases.
Everyone in their lives suffer from back, neck pain sometime in their lives, mostly such issues arises due to faulty working postures during work or household activities.
Researches have shown , following right Ergonomics ( working posture setting & guidelines ) can significantly reduce such pains.
People with prolonged sitting jobs, can take frequent breaks from sitting every 30-40mins & stretch themselves out.
Adjusting height of chair,maintaining one arm distance from computer screen,
using well supporting back support chair can maintain the right working posture and in turn reduce the potential postural issues. Neck pains, Slip Discs,
Spondylolisthesis can be managed with regular exercises & posture correction strategies.
Knee bears 80-85% of body weight in standing , climbing up & down stairs , running & sports.
In elderly patients mostly , the knee joint becomes painful owing to the age related (Osteoarthritis, OA ) changes in joint, which makes it difficult to walk & perform daily routine activities. In mild to moderate cases ,
of pain, doing regular exercises for knee Joint muscles ,Quadriceps ,
hamstrings & others like calf can help in managing pain & discomfort. Reducing postures like squatting, floor sitting &
strenuous activities can help in preserving the joint for long time.
In sportsperson & young individuals , causes of pain include Chondomalacia , Tendinitis , Bursitis, patellar maltracking which are usually due to overuse or imbalance of muscle functioning &
soft tissue structures & most cases get better with correct exercise plan.
An optimal posture ensures peak performance of an individual. Maintaining right posture during any work reduces the possibilities of potential injuries. Mostly people
get postural dysfunctions repeating stressful positions for extended hours.
General guidelines include, taking frequent breaks from a static position, every 30-40 minutes. Doing general exercises
& stretching prevents work related postural stress.
For people with long sitting jobs , getting up frequently, using a well supported back rest chair, optimal height of chair ensuring that persons feet are well supported on floor & 2-3 fingers
gap between edge of chair & back of knee prevents undue stress on back.
For computer users, maintaining one arm distance between top of screen & eyes, keeping top of screen just below eye level, using optimal height table & chair prevents postural problems.
Moving feet up & down maintains good circulation in legs & prevents swelling related to prolonged sitting.