The R.I.C.E. treatment is recommended by Physiotherapists for the early treatment of any bone injury or acute soft tissue injuries such as a sprain or strain. The acronym R.I.C.E. stands for: RestIceCompression Elevation This technique is recommended as soon as possible after an injury. You can relive pain, reduce swelling, promote flexibility and even promote healing... Continue Reading →
Is MAGUN a medical condition, a myth or a legend? Read this post to see what we think about MAGUN
It's been a long time coming with the post, I lost someone about 4 months ago (may his soul Rest In Peace) to this. I'm sure you've heard the word "Deep Vein Thrombosis" or DVT before either from your doctors, medical professionals around you, stroke survivors, pregnant moms and so on, the list goes on... Continue Reading →
I get a lot of questions shouting Physiotherapy, ranging from -->What's Physiotherapy? What do you guys do? How do you guys do it? Is it just exercise? How do you guys help patients? And so much more, in fact way to many questions that I can't answer everyone of it in a single post 😢.... Continue Reading →
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One study showed that walking at least two hours a week reduced the incidence of premature death from cardiovascular disease by about 50%. In people with diabetes exercise is thought to improve blood glucose control, which reduces the negative impact of diabetes on vascular health.
A study carried out in Nigeria reported that albinos: "Experienced alienation, avoided social interactions and were less emotionally stable. Furthermore, affected individuals were less likely to complete schooling, find employment and find partners." Worse still, in some sub-Saharan countries such as Tanzania, Nigeria and Burundi, the body parts of individuals with albinism are sought after by witch doctors because they are believed to bring more wealth when used for money rituals. Some African countries, Tanzania and Zimbabwe particularly, it is believed that having sex with a woman with albinism cures AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). This false belief has led to murder, rape, and additional AIDS infections.
Living in a society deep rooted in cultural and religious values, it's often hard for one to express themselves freely (The coined phrase - Freedom of speech is actually relative). In Nigeria, I see so many people talk about divine intervention when asked the source of their Miracle (Multiple birth) but scientifically, the human body... Continue Reading →
In my previous post here , I talked about everything you need to know about delayed developmental milestone and also gave a detailed explanation of what to expect from a child at every stage of development ranging from birth to the few first years of life. So if you're a first time visitor (We love having new... Continue Reading →