Tag Archives: exercises

Seating on the floor

Seating Sqout

Working in the office is a hard task for the body, and in the last few years, something made this task even worst. Covid-19 forced millions of people worldwide to work from home. As per consequence, many people reduce their daily movement activity and start increasing the stress response to work and daily life. But […]

Joint Mobilisation

Feet Metatarsal Mobilisation

Joint Mobilisation Overview Joint mobilisations are manual therapy techniques that aim to improve joint mobility and flexibility and reduce joint pain. Joint mobilisation can be applied to many body joints. There are contraindications that have to be taken into consideration for mobilisation: Joint swelling Osteoarthritis Bond Fracture Bulge disk (if the mobs are intended on […]

Happy bunion’s story

Feet pain free, no bunion

Happy Bunion ‘s Story Overview A bunion is a bond malformation at the base of the big toes. Leading causes are: foot stress high foot arch wearing high heels narrow shoes A bunion is often correlated to Osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is due to the cartilage degeneration that separates 2 bonds. In this case, the 2 bonds […]

Tennis Elbow

MLD on Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow Overview Tennis elbow or even known as Lateral Epicondylitis is a condition that occurs on the lateral side of the forearm, at the elbow’s high. A common cause is repetitive motions of the wrist and arm. The name Tennis Elbow is just a reference to how common this condition can be in tennis […]

Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel median nerve impingmenet

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway in the wrist, which opens into the hand. The median nerve runs through the carpal tunnel and gives feeling to the 2nd through the 4th finger (the medial half of it). Carpal tunnel is a condition that affects any gender, and the prevalence of people affected from this […]

Muscle VS Tendon

Muscle and Tendon are two different types of fibres that connect bonds, and allows joint to be moved by contracting or extending. A muscle consists of fibres of muscle cells covered by fascia, bundled together with many more fascia fibres, all surrounded by thick protective tissue. So each muscle fibre is covered in the fascia, […]

Knee Pain

Knee Anatomy Frontal View

Who along you readers ever experience Knee Pain? Knee pain is a common presentation for clients of any range of age and gender. Knee pain indeed is a vast topic. So in this post, we are going to go through how to identify the reason why we can experience knee pain. For doing so we […]

Bone Fracture and MLD

bone fracture

Bond Fracture and MLD At Melbourne Thai Treatment along with Remedial Massage and Thai Massage Giovanni offers Manual Lymphatic Drainage, a pain-free technique ideal for many conditions, including Bond Fracture. As already mentioned earlier MLD is a fantastic manual technique that can be used to improve the healing of many conditions. Along with the conditions […]

Tmj and MLD

TMJ and MLD. TMJ or Temporomandibular joint is bilaterally located on the side of the human head. Temporomandibular joint is responsible for the following movement: Upper Compartment Protrusion Retrusion Lower Compartment Lower the Jaw Raise the Jaw Lateral Deviation Said so: the opening is the combination of Protrusion plus Lowering the Jaw closing the mouth […]

Range of Motion

Range of Motion Cervical Lateral Felxion

Range of Motion. Range of Motion is the movement of a joint within a 3-dimensional space. Before performing Remedial Massage or a Thai massage and or MLD session, we check for a Range of Motion, know also as ROM. Checking for ROM is to establish the functionality of the joint and the muscles that surround […]

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