Clinical yoga can be efficiently applied as an effective stress reduction and pain management treatment for patients of all ages. Read on about yoga therapy.
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Clinical yoga can be considered as physiotherapist instructed yoga, which is developed through an evidence based framework to help with patients' conditions.
Read on to find out about how this consensus statement from the EULAR points out that exercises should be a great therapy for the treatment of fibromyalgia.
Based on my personal experience, carefully tailored and individually instructed yoga therapy can actually break the cycle of pain. Read on for more!
When it comes to pain management therapy, exercises and yoga are an effective evidence-based approach in treating persistent pain. Learn more!
Exercises such as yoga have been shown to offer relief for knee OA symptoms. This article provides some study results and insights into this. Learn more!
Many patients with osteoarthritis have knee pain and they often try over-the-counter treatments. This article proposes that these supplements don't work.
This article discusses the two things physiotherapists should not recommend to patients with plantar fasciitis. and why. Read on to find out more!
It is important for physiotherapists to not employ passive physical agents for patients with chronic pain. Instead, a more active treatment is recommended.
A recent study has concluded that exercise therapy is an effective treatment for an array of chronic disorders such as low back pain & knee osteoarthritis.
In this article, we discuss how yoga is considered a beneficial treatment for different types of pain including that from joint pain, neck pain & arthritis.
This article provides evidence showing that yoga is an effective treatment approach for those struggling with chronic back pain. Read on to find out more!
Modern science now supports an individualised approach to yoga as an effective treatment to help patients for chronic pain conditions. Read this article.