The Benefits Of Group Physiotherapy

When Linda Veres, Ross Winter and Robert Morassutti happened to sign up for the same physiotherapy class, little did they know the difference group therapy would make. In fact, studies show that patients who participate in group-based physiotherapy after joint replacement surgery achieve statistically and clinically important improvements in mobility and function, and with similar […]
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Physiotherapy and nutrition science courses offer a promising future

Considered one of the oldest ways to cure various physical ailments, the history of physiotherapy can be traced back to ancient Greece. Over the centuries, it has evolved from a simple massage-based treatment to a complex assortment of therapies with multiple and specialized applications. Physiotherapy Choosing a career in physiotherapy is a prudent decision in […]
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Physiotherapy Equipment Market Is Expected To Grow At A Cagr Of 6.35% By 2020

Physiotherapy is a technique that uses various procedures and equipment to relieve physical ailments. It has evolved from a simple massage to a complex variety of treatments. It is an essential part of rehabilitation after surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation procedures to promote mobility. Physiotherapy plays a significant role for physically challenged people and provides relief […]
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Perioperative Physiotherapy in Total Knee Arthroplasty

Melvin G. Joice, BSE; Subhrojyoti Bhowmick, MD; Derek F. Amanatullah, MD, PhD Orthopedics Posted May 22, 2017 DOI: 10.3928/01477447-20170518-03 Abstract Total knee arthroplasty has a high success rate. In the interest of enhancing patient outcomes, numerous perioperative interventions have been studied, including preoperative education, preoperative rehabilitation, postoperative inpatient rehabilitation, continuous passive motion, postoperative outpatient rehabilitation, […]
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Yoga Is Noninferior to Physical Therapy in Reducing Low Back Pain

Yoga is noninferior to physical therapy in reducing chronic back pain, according to the results of a new study. The results were presented at the American Academy of Pain Management’s 27th Annual Meeting. Previous research has suggested that yoga is effective in reducing back pain; however, the comparative effectiveness of yoga and physical therapy (PE) […]
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BBC Report sheds light on artificial living organisms

BBC has reported an indepth article on the innovation of creation of artificial living cell made from the arificially grown chromosoms here is the report for our readers courtesy BBC. Researchers in the US have developed the first synthetic living cell. Their work, which many scientists have called a landmark study, is a key step […]
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Saudi citizens sick and tired of bad health care – UAE Press

JEDDAH // Delegates at a national dialogue conference on health care demanded the Saudi government issue a new law to make medical malpractice a criminal offence and called for the establishment of a special court to handle cases. More than 70 people, including doctors, medical lawyers and healthcare officials from across the kingdom, met last […]
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Saudi health care drastically changed; balance still elusive

Saudi Arabia’s health care sector has seen a dramatic change in recent years. With the introduction of compulsory health insurance for expatriates working in the private sector, the business landscape has shifted for pharmaceutical companies, insurers and health care providers, all of whom are still looking for long-term balance in the market. The Kingdom has […]
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Saudi healthcare system has huge investment opportunities

Biomedical Middle East has always been talking about the huge oppartunities in Saudi Healthcare sector. The Saudi Medicare 2010 conference and exhibtion also has same remarkes. The Saudi Medicare 2010 Exhibtion will be held from 12th to 15th April this month. There will be distributor manufecturers and other healthcare peers attending and exhibiting at the […]
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Call to set up specialized unit for cancer-hit kids

JEDDAH: Princess Adilah bint Abdullah, chairperson of the National Home Health Care Foundation, has called for the establishment of a specialized unit for the treatment and care of children suffering from cancer. Opening a conference on children recovering from cancer, organized by King Abdul Aziz Hospital in Jeddah, she said more than 10,000 children in […]
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Fashioning devices from organic matter

DOHA: The Texas A&M University — Qatar welcomed biomedical engineering expert, Dr John D W Madden, as its fourth Distinguished Lecture Series Speaker on Tuesday at the University’s Engineering Building at Education City. Madden presented a lecture entitled, “Protein–based Solar Cells, Plastic Electronics and other Carbon-based Devices,” which discussed the new and existing science of […]
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Dubai lags behind in health reforms – Gulf News

Dubai: Abu Dhabi’s implementation of compulsory health insurance in 2006 has left Dubai lagging behind in its health insurance reforms. Dubai had planned to follow in the footsteps of Abu Dhabi’s mandatory health care insurance scheme but, owing to a change in the financial climate, the scheme was suspended, leaving a large percentage of low-income […]
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Demand for Hospital Beds in Saudi Arabia Continue to Surge

Feb 24, 2010 – Saudi healthcare market looks quite promising with plenty of investment opportunities. Saudi Arabia needs both foreign investment and expertise to develop its healthcare system to cope with an aging but well-to-do population. Although Saudi Arabia is quite developed in terms of healthcare infrastructure in comparison to gulf countries, increasing prevalence of […]
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