Tag: physiotherapy

7 Thumb Joint (CMC) Stretches & Exercises

hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo and precious Kali. and today I’m going to show you seven stretches and exercises for the thumb joint or the CMC. so let’s get started. so before we get started, if you haven’t already, make sure and click on the subscribe button, especially if you have a question or a […]

5 Back Pain Relief Treatments

hey everybody it’s doctor Jo, and today I’m going to show you five ways to relieve back pain. so let’s get started. so I’m going to start off lying down. if you can’t get on the floor, that’s okay you can do these on your bed or a couch. so get a comfy pillow, and […]

Bicep Tendonitis Physiotherapy at Home | Physical Therapy Exercises

Hi, I’m carrie with In Motion O.C. physical therapy in Irvine, California here to talk to you about biceps injuries So the biceps is the muscle is located in the front of your arm, and it goes up to your shoulder So it’s very common to have two different kinds of injuries [one] [is] [a] […]

Pilates Reformer Classes at St Peters

Some of the other ladies here today are veterans and know what they’re doing. I’m a beginner but the instruction is awesome, you get very clear direction. With the reformer classes it’s actually quite one-on-one there’s only a small group so that helps me a lot and for someone who doesn’t really like exercise I […]

Head Control Activities: Exercises for a Child with Cerebral Palsy #006

Hello! My name is Amy Sturkey. I am a pediatric physical therapist with a little over 30 years of clinical experience. I am here with my co-instructor. His name is Sebastian. He is six and a half years old, and he has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. We are here at Child and Family Development. It […]

8 BEST Exercises To Stop Thumb Pain | Simple and Easy

8 thumb osteoarthritis exercises to ease pain, get you moving, and strengthen your muscles Thumb osteoarthritis is also known as: basal joint arthritis or carpometacarpal joint arthritis or CMC joint arthritis These exercises are presented by Ishwam Sethi Step 1: Reduce Thumb Pain Acupressure. Apply firm pressure to the webbing between your thumb and pointer […]

What happens during JIA physiotherapy assessment and exercises?

Hi Susan, my name is Jenny. I’m one of the physiotherapists. Thank you for coming along today, to show children who have juvenile arthritis, what to expect when they come for a physiotherapy appointment. What is juvenile arthritis? Juvenile arthritis, which we often call JIA, is a condition which affects your joints and causes inflammation […]

Parkinson’s exercise tips for mild symptoms

If you have Parkinson’s focusing on exercise can be as important as your medication to help you take control and manage your symptoms Regular exercise can help improve your balance, posture, strength, flexibility and keep your heart and lungs healthy It also helps with sleep and tiredness your mood and mental health In fact, research […]