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At the very instant she had it, we started physiotherapy ... In the report, it was mentioned that both the ICA are normal and we continued the physiotherapyView thread »

Can physiotherapy heal (close) my diastasis ... Diastasis is usually hard to heal up completely only with physiotherapyView thread »

Is it advisable to do physiotherapy now ... First, non-weight-bearing physiotherapy should be done, followed by partial and full weight-bearing exercises … View thread »

... followed by you is good. You should follow that regularly for the next one month. For the plantar fasciitis, I suggest the following: Calf muscle stretching with wall support. Dorsiflexion of the foot with pressure applied by your hand. Hot water ... … View thread »

Can I try physiotherapy for the pain ... What physiotherapy have you had … View thread »

For more information consult a lower back pain physiotherapy specialist online … View thread »

Yesterday, when was going through physiotherapy for my left leg, it started paining a lot ... You need to continue physiotherapyView thread »

Questions: Is it possible to treat this pain by physiotherapy or medicine or both or any other method ... Physiotherapy- strengthening of supporting muscles for flexion exercises can help take pressure off the spine … View thread »

... do not worry. Yes, you are suffering from chronic orchialgia. It is a part of chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Now regarding the pelvic exercises, if you are feeling better and your pain remains only 2 or 3, then I feel you should continue it at present along ... … View thread »


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