Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy is also known as water therapy. It is a therapy that uses water for treatment both internally and externally. It is referred to as an activity performed in water to have rehabilitation and recovery from serious injury. It is helpful in patients having neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. Topical application of hot packs compresses, steams, showers, and enemas are some forms of hydrotherapy.

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I suffer from erectile dysfunction. How to treat it?

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Dr. C Sharath Kumar

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The skin on my left foot feels raw after standing for a long time. Why?

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Dr. Shakti Mishra

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. It sometimes happens when we unknowingly put undue pressure on our feet, but it cannot be avoided as we are bipedal. But make sure to give rest frequently to your feet. Take rest and sit down every half an hour for at least 10 minutes. Do some foot massage when free. Do ...  Read Full »

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