Indication Of Infra Red Radiations, types and non luminous lamp

Indication Of Infra-Red Radiations and nonluminous lamp Radiation with a wavelength of 750 – 400000 nm Produce heat when they absorbed by the body tissues Two types (wavelength) Short  infrared(wavelength is 750-1500 nm) long  infrared(wavelength above 1500 nm) PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS Of Infra Red 1. Temperature: produces electrically  heat in the body tissues Increase in local …

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Ultrasound therapy

žUltrasound Therapy ža therapeutic modality used physical therapists since the 1940s. Ultrasound applied using a round-headed wand or probe that put in direct contact with the patient’s skin. Ultrasound gel used on all surfaces of the head in order to reduce friction and assist in the transmission of the ultrasonic waves. Therapeutic ultrasound in the …

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Osteoporotic Excercises

1)Weight-Bearing Osteoporotic Excercises : If your doctor determines that it’s not safe for you to perform high-impact weight-bearing exercises, he or she may recommend low-impact weight-bearing exercises that are less likely to cause fractures and also build and maintain bone density. These include: Elliptical training machines Low-impact aerobics Stair-step machines Walking (either outside or on a …

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Mobilization with Movement

~Mobilization with movement (MWM) the concurrent application of sustained accessory mobilization applied a therapist. An active physiological movement to end-range applied the patient. Passive end-of-range overpressure, or stretching, then delivered without pain as a barrier. The techniques always applied in a pain-free direction and described as correcting joint tracking from a positional fault. Principles of Application MWM  …

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Galvanic Current,Use Of Galvanic Current, Interrupted Direct Current in Physiotherapy

Interrupted Direct Current in Physiotherapy A term for constant direct current, named after Luigi Galvani from Bologna in 1889, used in therapy since the end of the 19th century after the batteries for it constructed successfully. Today we get galvanic current from the alternating current of 50 pulse per second frequency and 220 voltage. Devices for this transformation …

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