Thursday, January 15, 2015


This is an important neck strengthening exercise which every deskwork professionals must do to keep your neck strong.


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Back stretching exercise


long sitting professionals can take frequent breaks and do this stretching exercises



 Stress on your shoulder is one of the most common causes of shoulder injury, but one of the most overlooked reasons for shoulder injury is inactivity. When you don’t use the muscles regularly, they become weaker. The phrase “If you don’t use it, you lose it” is applicable to muscles.
If you don’t exercise the full range of your shoulder through moderate-intensity exercise, the risk of hurting your shoulder increases. Ligaments tighten, muscles weaken, and blood flow becomes inhibited. Over time, this can accelerate joint degeneration and trigger shoulder pain.
We have the solution
  • Regular exercise (power walking with good arm movement, swimming, golf, tennis) may minimize the onset and severity of shoulder pain.
  • Proper body mechanics – this can be counter intuitive. Ask your therapist if your body mechanics need to be corrected.
  • Strength and Flexibility– balanced muscles of the shoulder, chest, upper back, and abdominal s help keep your shoulder joints well-aligned and pain free.
    Remember, common sense is the best line of defense against hurting your shoulder. It is important to not push yourself too much, especially if there is discomfort. Don’t do too much activity too soon. If you experience ANY pain in your shoulder with any activity, stop! If it is MILD, use ice for 10-15 minutes and rest your shoulder. If pain persists for more than 1-2 days, call your doctor or physical therapist. Don’t ignore the pain. 
    The quicker the problem is addressed, the sooner you can begin healing and returning to your favorite activities.
    We are here to serve you and help you achieve a speedy recovery as quickly as possible. We’ll give you a shoulder to lean on, so you have a healthy, pain free shoulder

    Tuesday, January 13, 2015


      We are specialised in designing the individual personalised exercise training at our begumpet physiotherapy centre.

    Want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than exercise. The health benefits of regular exercise and physical activity are hard to ignore. And the benefits of exercise are yours for the taking, regardless of your age, sex or physical ability. Need more convincing to exercise? improve your life.

    Exercise controls weight

    Exercise can help prevent excess weight gain or help maintain weight loss. When you engage in physical activity, you burn calories. 

    Exercise combats health conditions and diseases

    In fact, regular physical activity can help you prevent or manage a wide range of health problems and concerns,

    Exercise improves mood

    Need an emotional lift? Or need to blow off some steam after a stressful day? A workout at the gym or a brisk 30-minute walk can help. Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed. 

    Exercise boosts energy

    Regular physical activity can improve your muscle strength  and boost  endurance. 

    Friday, December 19, 2014



    Did you know that 80% of all individuals suffer from low back pain at some point in their lives? At times, the cause can be a specific injury. In other cases, the cause cannot be accurately determined. Low back pain 
    is the second most common reason for a visit to the doctor's office (the first is upper-respiratory infections 
    What causes low back pain. The spine is a complex structure made up of bones, joints, ligaments, and muscles. 
    It can be injured in several ways. It’s possible to sprain ligaments, muscles, or get a bulging or herniated disc. These are just some of the factors that can lead to low back pain. There can be times when the simplest movement (bending down to pick up a pencil from the floor, picking up your child) can lead to severe pain.Will my back heal itself Unlike muscles and bone, the lower back is a complex part of the body 
    that does NOT “heal” on its own. It is critical to identify the underlying cause (which is where we help you) so that you can get permanent, long-term relief.

    Saturday, November 29, 2014

    suffers from neck pain - Dr vinoth physiotherapy

    Neck pain can be so mild that it is merely annoying and distracting. Or it can be so severe that it is unbearable and incapacitating. Most instances of neck pain are minor and commonly caused by something you did. That is, if you keep your head in an awkward position for too long the joints in your neck can "lock" and the neck muscles can become painfully fatigued. Poor postures while working, watching TV, using a computer, reading a book, or talking on the phone with the receiver held against your shoulder and under your chin can be responsible for neck pain.

    Neck pain that persists for many days or keeps coming back may be a sign that something is wrong. Disease, an injury (such as whiplash in an auto accident), a congenital malformation, or age-related changes may be responsible for more significant pain. A trained medical professional must determine the underlying causes of such neck pain. Examination and diagnosis by a medical doctor and treatment by a physical therapist may quickly relieve your pain or help you deal with it on a long-term basis.

    Who suffers from neck pain?
    Almost everyone experiences some sort of neck pain or stiffness at one time or another during their life. Because you walk upright and your head is "balanced" on top of your spine like a golf ball on a tee. The head weighs between 10 and 15 pounds. If the muscles that support your head and neck are not kept flexible and strong, poor and prolonged postures can put too much stress on the head and neck muscles and joints. This can lead to strains of the muscles and sprains of the ligaments that support your head and neck.

    As we age, our joints wear out (this is called osteoarthritis) and the discs in the spine dry up and flatten (this loosely describes Degenerative Disc Disease). You may experience pain that radiates into the top of the shoulders or in between your shoulder blades. Occasionally, a pinched nerve (called aradiculopathy) occurs and you may feel tingling, pain, and/or numbness radiating into the arm, forearm, hand, and fingers. As always, with persistent pain you should be evaluated by a medical doctor and seek treatment from a trained physical therapist.