Author Archives: Brave

Role Of an Occupational Therapist

The therapist first studies the patient behavior, his environment and situation, then creates a plan for his problem. To cure every patient is a different task because each one has his own issues. To understand their problems and giving solutions is the job of a therapist. Its always a tough task for an occupational therapist… Read More »

Respiratory Therapists

The role of respiratory therapists in a healthcare setting is to assist patients with lung-related diseases depending on the level or degree of illness they have. Many of these therapists are assigned in the Intensive Care Unit or the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the ER or Emergency Room. Patients range from having common asthma… Read More »

Rotator Cuff Surgery Rehab

My story is similar to tha of a lot of people I have talked too. I never had shoulder problems before and suddenly suffered an acute cuff injury. I was advised quite correctly to do some rehab work. Well I didn’t do the rehab and eventually underwent a mini rotator cuff repair. I was then… Read More »

Impact of Autism on the Family

Autism spectrum disorder is not a visible disability. Public, in general, often brands it as “odd” behavior. They assume that an autistic child is just being naughty, or that its parents can’t properly control the child. As a result, many parents don’t take their children to public places. They can’t risk the behavioral difficulties and… Read More »

Knee Braces For Skiing

In particular, lower leg injuries have always been a problem for skiers. In the early days before the development of the now-common sophisticated release bindings, the twisting forces which happened during falls meant that breaking either the tibia or fibia (or both) was a common occurrence. The technological advances in respect of the aforesaid bindings… Read More »

Solve Your Upper Back Problems

What about of the upper back? Well, your upper back can always get out of alignment rather quickly if you hunch your back in certain positions. The primary cause of upper back problems is due to hanging your head forward to look at your computer screen or when you are looking forward to drive. Upper… Read More »

Meniscal Tear Physical Therapy

Once a confirmation of a tear is revealed, it is up to your personal medical doctor to determine the next series of steps that will help your knee recover. Most often, these series of crucial steps will require the person to seek medical surgery to repair the meniscal tear. These series of crucial steps are… Read More »

Can Yoga Help in Autism Treatment?

Every day, for the past four years, Suchitra Waghmare has been teaching yoga to autistic children at a special needs early intervention center in Pune, Maharashtra. Awareness about autism, she says, has grown in recent times. Parents of special needs children are now more accommodating to their needs. This could be because they spend almost… Read More »

Keep Your Voice Healthy

Keep your whole body in good general condition. Speaking is a physical activity and a healthy body creates a healthy voice. Get plenty of sleep, and exercise. Make healthy food choices and remember emotional attitudes directly affect the way you sound. Reduce the stress in your life. Breathing is the key to self-healing. If you… Read More »

Lisp Speech Therapy

When your tongue is in the resting position, it should be behind the front top teeth or the front bottom teeth. Your tongue should never rest between your teeth. The only time your tongue should protrude between your teeth is when you are producing words with the /th/ sound, such as “think” and “thank you.”… Read More »