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Should you use Heat or Ice for Treating Injuries?

As a Chiropractor, one of the most common questions I am asked is, “Should I use heat or ice?” The answer depends on what type of injury you are trying to treat. 628 more words

Chiro Knowledge

मोच आ जाये तो क्या करना चाहिये


अक्सर खेल कूद के दौरान, हड़बड़ी में तेज तेज चलने, कूदने और पैर गड्ढे में ऊँचा नीचा पड़ने से अचानक पैर में मोच आ जाती है । ऐसा इसलिये होता है जब जोड़ पर उसकी क्षमता से अधिक दवाब पड़ जाता है अथवा चोट लग जाती है तो स्नायु के कुछ तन्तु टूट जाते हैं । विशेष तौर पर खिलाड़ियों, डाँसर, वजन उठाकर चलने वालों और खेलकूद में बच्चों को ज्यादातर यह परेशानी होती है । महिलाओं में भी हड्डियॉ कमजोर होने के कारण ये समस्या होते हुये देखी जाती है । सपाट पैर (फ्लैट फुट) वालो को भी यह समस्या होते हुये देखी जाती है । इस लेख में हम  आपको मोच के बारे में जानकारी दे रहे हैं । जरूर पढ़ियेगा ।

Hello? Dr. Distracted, Some Acknowledgement Please

There’s a topic that I would love to talk about because I think that it happens to more people than we may think.

Physicians that don’t believe their patients and the amount of pain they’re experiencing. 750 more words

Personal Experience

Recovering from Injury

As I mentioned previously, I am dealing with a minor injury and slowly working my way back to training.  I figured now would be as good a time as any to walk through my process for recovery.   626 more words


No Rest For The With-Kid

Oh, the hazards of parenting!!

I recently buggered my foot/ankle in an entirely ungraceful fashion.


By running up the rather solid marble staircase in our villa to retrieve my hysterical 3 year old. 762 more words


How to treat Ankle Sprains

What is a sprain?

A sprain describes damage to a ligament. A ligament is fibrous tissue in your body that connects bone to bone. Sprains can happen everywhere in the body where you have ligaments. 457 more words


Strains, Sprains, and Plantar Fasciitis

As I mentioned the other day, I’m dealing with a bit of a calf strain right now which bumped up a planned post on some of the injuries I typically deal with and some of the methods I’ve used to work through them.   868 more words