Consensus statement on concussion in sport; Berlin, October, 2016.

A must read and must download resource on concussion in sport. Consensus statement on concussion in sport – the 5th international conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin, October 2016. Click below links to download free available PDF files. 2017 Concussion in Sport Consensus Statement “The 2017 Concussion in […]

Evidence Based Physiotherapy Approach for Frozen Shoulder. Post III

Read previous posts here: Post I Post II  B) Second phase: adhesive, frozen, stiffness or transitional stage During this stage, there will be no worsening of pain but will be a significant progressive loss of ROM in a capsular pattern. Thus, the treatment protocol is more aggressive. Joint mobilization and […]

Evidence Based Physiotherapy Approach for Frozen Shoulder. Post II

Read Post I here:  Evidence-based physiotherapy approach for frozen shoulder. Post I   Therapist should be able to customize the rehabilitation program based on each individual symptoms and clinical stage of the frozen shoulder A) Initial Phase; acute, freezing or painful stage Since this is a painful stage any activities […]

Evidence Based Physiotherapy Approach for Frozen Shoulder. Post I

Frozen shoulder is a debilitating condition with a painful and significantly restricted range of motions of the shoulder joint. Clinically known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder can lead to disability generally lasting anywhere from 1 – 24 months (Page et al 2010). However, many patients may never fully recover from […]

Clinical Presentation of Adhesive Capsulitis

The shoulder joint is one of the most mobile joints with an extraordinary range of motion (ROM). Adhesive capsulitis is a benign, self-limiting musculoskeletal condition that has a disabling capability. Adhesive capsulitis, commonly known as frozen shoulder causes pain and restriction of ROM of ≥ 25% in at least two […]

Study on Counter Movement Jump Performance in a Force Platform – Part 3

Figures Figure 1.a. Ground reaction force in X direction showing GRF in forward and backward directions. Figure 1.b. Ground reaction force in Y direction showing GRF in sideways movement. Figure 1.c. Ground reaction force in Z direction showing GRF in vertical (up and down) direction. Figure 2.a. Ankle Angle Figure […]

Study on Counter Movement Jump Performance in a Force Platform – Part 2

Results The total height of the jump performed was 0.2446 m with the impulse and velocity of 152.8503 and 2.1908 m/sec respectively. Ground reaction forces Ground reaction force in the Z direction is positive throughout the jump with a little drop at the beginning of the take-off phase which then […]

Study on Counter Movement Jump Performance in a Force Platform – Part 1

Introduction Vertical jumping ability is an essential motor skill in many sporting, athletic and daily activities. It is common in many sports to perform loaded or unloaded jump series for better performance and explosive strength. This is the reason why many studies have analyzed the vertical jump from a physical […]

Rating of Perceived Exertion – RPE Scale

Rating of Perceived Exertion – RPE Scale The best way to live a healthy life is to stay active and exercise regularly. But how do you evaluate your fitness level or how do you know if your health status is improving with the exercises? Among many methods, using Rating of […]