How injuries change our brain and how we can help it recover. Series on Changing the Brain, about what’s happening in our brain in various mental states and how we can change it for the better and worse.
Traumatic Brain Injury: This article discusses the types of traumatic brain injuries that you can suffer after a car accident. A significant impact on the vehicle that you’re driving can result in different kinds of injuries with different severities.
If you want to reduce the risk of knee hyperextension read our 5 Tips for Prevention. Knee Hyperextension is a common injury among athletes who engage in high impact sports such as football, soccer, skiing, and basketball, among others. But, knee injury can happen to just about anyone.
If you have sustained an injury on either of your hips, knees, or feet and you’re looking for the right information on the best way to make use of a walking cane or stick; this article provides you with a complete guide.
Gait analysis has seen significant leaps with the development of motion sensors and parameters, accurate within the margin of error. The comprehensive and extensive study of how a person moves and all the component factors associated with the act has transcended the field of clinical diagnostics.
Electromyography (EMG) biofeedback can track changes in the muscle tension. Biofeedback is a blessing to modern day medicine and will open new ways to handle acquired brain injury and post operation orthopaedic issues in patients.