November 2018

The brachioradialis is a muscle in the forearm that extends from the lower part of the humerus down to the radius. It performs the functions of forearm flexion, pronation, and supination. It is innervated by radial nerve (C5 to C7).   Brachioradialis tendonitis is the inflammatory condition...

Walking the streets, riding the bus or the train, in office or at home, everyone everywhere is busy texting or tapping away on their smartphones. While these hand-held devices certainly seem important, an increasing number of people are now experiencing their negative impact on the...

Trigger points Trigger points or muscle “knots” are sensitive spots in soft tissue that are implicated in the Myofascial pain syndrome. They are painful when pressed on, as they cause referred pain. When our muscles have trigger points, there is pain, stiffness and tension and limited...

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