Urinary incontinence in obese females

Urinary incontinence in obese females

Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Anatomy Pelvic floor is a dome-shaped muscular sheet segregating the pelvic cavity above from the perineal region bottom. This space surrounds the pelvic viscera – intestines, bladder, and uterus in females. {Ritchie, 2022 #1}Two kinds of muscles forming the pelvis include diaphragmatic and pubovisceral muscle groups. Diaphragmatic group is made …

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muscles of wrist

Muscles of Wrist, Flexors and Extensors

Human hand possess a complicated structure and anatomy. Wrist consists of a variety of joints, intrinsic and extrinsic muscles, tendons and ligaments. Muscles of Wrist play key role in flexion, extension, medial and lateral rotation of hand and forearm. Let’s discuss flexors and extensors of wrist. MUSCLES OF WRIST–FLEXORS Flexor carpi radialis Origin: Medial epicondyle …

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Muscles of Elbow

Muscles of Elbow, Origin, Insertion, Nerve, Action

Muscles of elbow are classified as flexors, extensors, pronators and supinator muscles. Elbow joint is very complex joint helps in the arm movement. Elbow joint consists of different ligaments and muscles, muscles of elbow helps in extending, flexing, supinating and pronating of arm. Flexors Muscles of Elbow Biceps Brachii Origin: Long head: Supraglenoid tubercle of …

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Muscles of hip, origin, insertion, nerve and action

Hip muscles – Flexors Psoas major Origin: Bodies of T12 and all lumbar vertebrae, bases of transverse processes of all lumbar vertebrae, lumbar intervertebral disks.Insertion: Lesser trochanter.Nerve: Anterior rami of lumbar plexus (L1–L3).Action: Flexes hip and lumbar spine. iliacus Origin: Iliacus fossa (superior 2/3), iliac crest(inner lip), ala of sacrum, sacroiliac and iliolumbar ligaments.Insertion: Blends …

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muscles of ankle

Muscles of Ankle, Plantar-flexors and Dorsiflexors

Dorsiflexors- Muscles of Ankle We will discuss muscles of ankle, plantar-flexors and dorsiflexors of ankle, their origin, insertion, action and nerve supply. Tibialis anterior Origin: Lateral tibial condyle and upper 2/3 of lateral surface of tibia, interosseous membrane. Insertion: Medial and inferior surface of medial cuneiform, base of first metatarsal. Nerve: Deep peroneal nerve (L4,5). …

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Prevalance of long term muscle fatigue due to standing

TITLE: Prevalance of long term muscle fatigue in young  supermarket workers after long standing Abstract :  Introduction: The progressive muscle fatigue is assumed to lead to musculo-skeletal diseases, as fatigue caused by sustained mild exertion exhibits long- lasting results. However, the results have caused little attention in the lower limbs. Aims & Objectives : The aims & objectives of that study …

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Text Neck Syndrome, causes, diagnosis and prevention

Text Neck Syndrome, causes, diagnosis and prevention

Text neck syndrome Term text neck syndrome refers to neck pain or stiffness due to improper posture and prolonged leaning forward of the neck. Most commonly while reading, using mobile phones, and writing when the neck is bent. Due to increased stress on muscles, we often experience pain in the shoulders, cervical region, and headache. …

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Blue baby syndrome, causes, symptoms, treatment

Blue baby syndrome, causes, symptoms, treatment

Blue baby syndrome overview Parents are always very anxious to welcome their newborns. They care about their child’s health condition. Newborns can go through sickness ranging from mild to severe. Influenza, fever is mild type of sickness while blue baby syndrome is a severe kind of sickness. Infant methemoglobinemia is another term used for the …

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Fibromyalgia: All you need to know about Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia: All you need to know about Fibromyalgia

Abstract The purpose of this article is to share awareness about fibromyalgia, what actually is fibromyalgia, its underlying causes, symptoms, past, and current diagnostic protocols, and treatment methodologies. The FDA approved medications, exercise plans, natural remedies and to clarify, is fibromyalgia an autoimmune disorder or not? which gender is at risk of being diagnosed. What …

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degenerative joint disease

Degenerative joint disease and role of physiotherapy

Degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis, shortened as O.A which may simply mean Old-age Arthritis can be defined as “degenerative joint disease associated with ageing and characterized by destruction of articular cartilage following impaired synovium nutrition, formation of osteophyte (bony margins) leading to a variable degree of pain and instability of the affected joint.” Though Osteoarthritis …

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Lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance signs in Toddlers and its solution

Abstract Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest a natural sugar, lactose which is found in milk and milk products. A person becomes lactose intolerant when his/ her body does not produce enough amount of lactase. When the undigested lactose does not get absorbed in the small intestine, it moves to the large intestine where …

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Migraine, causes, symptoms, food triggers, treatment

Do you have migraine? Causes, symptoms, food triggers, treatment

What is migraine? Migraine is a kind of headache with pulsating and throbbing sensations mostly on one side of your head or occurs unilaterally. It is very severe most commonly it is followed by nausea, vomiting, and anxiety. Migraine occurs in episodes. These episodic attacks may last for hours and even days. This pain interferes …

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