Month: May 2015

Tired of patient’s visitors asking you for free treatment?

linkphysio | May 28, 2015

Have you ever been asked by a visitor (who accompany your patient) for treatment of his/ her problem? I was asked this morning by a very good friend of mine, who faces this problem timely. In Nepal we often come across this situation when a visitor of your patient approaches you and asks you for […]

Tell me exercises for Low Back Pain!!!

linkphysio | May 25, 2015

My friends, relatives and other people I know keep asking this to me all the time, “tell me some exercises for low back pain!!!”. They ask me in all weird ways such as over text message, facebook, phone etc and in unsuitable places such as while crossing a road, when meeting in social functions (wedding ceremonies, dance […]

#NepalEarthquake- An Experience

linkphysio | May 24, 2015

Big earthquake of 7.8 Richter scale that occurred in Nepal on 25th April 2015 devastated the lives of many. With countless aftershakes, another big shake of 7.3 Richter scale added to the existing damage in terms of human lives, physical and psychological trauma, with catastrophic feelings and fear of tremors. Although the intensity of earthquake […]

Knee Joint assessment

linkphysio | May 13, 2015

  This post will direct undergraduate year 1 students to perform a brief assessment of a patient with knee pain.  http://www.slideshare.net/saurabsharma/5a-knee-pain-assessment http://www.slideshare.net/saurabsharma/5b-observation-of-knee-joint   http://www.slideshare.net/saurabsharma/6-knee-joint-palpation http://www.slideshare.net/saurabsharma/7-knee-assessment-examination

Knee Joint- Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics

linkphysio | May 12, 2015

This post contains series of powerpoint presentations intended to introduce knee functional anatomy and biomechanics of knee joint.