The carpal tunnel syndrome is a too common problem among middle-aged people, almost everyone knows someone who’s had its symptoms. In this article, I’ll go through the physiotherapy of the carpal tunnel syndrome, this article is suitable for both clients and my colleagues as well.
The ankle is swollen and sore –what to do? Problems with ankles are common which leads people to come to my physiotherapy office. Swelling and pain in the ankle can begin after a trauma, such as falling but it can also begin little by little, without any...
Everyone knows nowadays that sitting for too long is bad for you. When sitting, the muscle activity is
poor, the body gets stiffer and the blood flow slower. Do you still sit the entire day at the office? In
this article I go through how to minimize the disadvantages of sitting, even though you work sitting.
Many people have some problems with their knees, sometimes they snap, creak or have pain –or all of them! In this article I will go through some possible reasons for the “sound effects” of the knee and what you could do about them.
Every spring many people start the running season and eagerly go to the running paths. The first run usually goes well, but the second time the knee already begins to hurt and the joy of running is gone.
Have you noticed that your wrists begin to hurt if you lean on them? Or do you feel that they just can’t bear your bodyweight? Many of my clients have the same problem and luckily it won’t last forever!
Are you going to have a knee arthroplasty? Are you nervous? No worries, it’s normal to be nervous! They’ve done more than 12 000 knee arthroplasty-surgeries per year only in Finland, so the surgeons are very experienced and they know what to do! In this blog post I’ll tell you some important thing about recovering from the surgery as well as the recovering progress.
Is your back stiff? While bending forward, your fingers touch your knees, not the floor? After a while of standing, your back starts to hurt?
Is your neck stiff? Do you have a headache? Is your back sore? If you anwered any of those questions “yes”, you should read this blog post.
Knee Osteoarthritis Physiotherapy In this blog post, I try to explain as clearly as possible what osteoarthritis is, how it affects exercise, and how can we affect pain and joint function with physiotherapy. What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is a condition that...