ACL tear or injury to the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee is one of the most common sports injuries - ACL injuries account for around 40% of all sports injuries. If you have injured your knee and have sprained your ACL, you may benefit from physiotherapy to help you improve your ROM and strength, decrease knee pain and swelling, and help you return to your previous level of function.
Preventing Dance Injuries I Ankle Sprain Achilles and Tendonitis I Snapping Hip Syndrome I Stress fracture I Neck Strain I Rotator Cuff Tendonitis I Shoulder impingement I Meniscus Knee Tear I Lumbopelvic complex
Whether it is Zumba, Ballet, jazz, hip hop, Bollywood dance or bhangra; Dance has grown beyond an art form and has fast gained acceptance as a great exercise for physical fitness. Today dance is being vouched as the best exercise to boost your energy: physical as well as mental. And it works for all genders and all age groups.
Infact, dance and physical fitness share a symbiotic relationship: they go hand in hand. Regular dancers are meant to be fit and flexible. Physical strength and flexibility are of key importance for a skilled dancer. However, dancers do suffer with injuries, that too very often.
Overview I Symptoms I Risk Factors I Diagnosis I Treatment I Prevention
Sprained your ankle while running or playing a sport? There's a good chance that while playing as a child or stepping on an uneven surface as an adult you sprained your ankle--some 25,000 people do it every day.
Whether you are walking, running, cycling or exercising; you are likely to be using your knees a lot. While the common sense says that the more you use the joint the more mobile or lubricated it will remain. The better sense says that it will all be worthwhile only if you know how NOT to ruin them instead.