Hip flexor muscles majorly include iliacus and psoas major, collectively known as the iliopsoas. Other muscles helping in hip flexion are the rectus femoris, sartorius, and tensor fascia lata(TFL). The primary function of hip flexors is lifting your knee to your chest and bending at the hips. These muscles help you in walking and kicking. … Continue reading 5 Best Hip Flexor Stretches
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Runner's Knee is also known as Patello Femoral Pain Syndrome(PFPS). It is commoner in females because of the broader pelvis. Runner's knee causes pain under or around the front of the kneecap. Pain occurs when running, kneeling, squatting, and climbing or descending stairs. The clicking sound of the kneecap is heard with knee movement. Risk … Continue reading 9 Exercises For Runner’s Knee
Dorsal wrist pain is the pain at the backside of the wrist. It can result from several causes ranging from a small ganglion cyst, injuries to the tendon, ligament injuries, fracture of the carpal bones, dislocation of carpal bones, and dorsal wrist impingement syndrome. In dorsal wrist impingement syndrome, the joint capsule gets inflamed and … Continue reading 7 Stretches For Dorsal Wrist Pain
Dizziness is a feeling of being lightheaded, unsteady, or off-balance. It may or may not occur with a headache. Dizziness worsens by walking, standing up, or moving your head. Hence, it interferes with the activities of daily living. Dizziness is a symptom and not a disease. It can have a gradual or sudden onset and … Continue reading 11 Causes Of Dizziness
Are you having pain in the thumb running down the wrist? Do you feel your thumb is tired after texting or using phone? Checkout if you have Texting Thumb, medically known as De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis and how to treat it.
Osteoarthritis of the knee is very prevalent. Pain and stiffness associated with it impact activities of daily living. The 12 exercises described in this article will help you with joint stabilization, improved knee range of motion, muscle strength and decreased pain.