What is Concussion?

In this article we will discuss about What is a Concussion? So let’s get started.


Concussion is a clinical syndrome characterized by sudden and transient alteration in normal brain function including alteration in mental status and level of consciousness as a result of direct trauma or mechanical force.


Symptoms of Guillain-Barre Syndrome

In this article we will discuss about Symptoms of Guillain-Barre Syndrome. So let’s get started.


GBS is an autoimmune disease and symptomatically present with:-

Weakness in lower half of the body that spreads to the upper part

General Instability while Walking

Cramp like pain that worsen overnight

Decreased Control over Facial Muscles

Lack of Bowel Bladder Control

Neuropathic Pain. Prickling,Pins and Needles sensation on fingers,legs,hands etc

Tachycardia and Low or High Blood Pressure

Psychological and Cognitive difficulty

Maitland Mobilisation Grades

In this article we will discuss about Maitland Mobilisation Grades. So let’s get started.

Maitland Mobilisation Grades

Maitland Concept given by Geoffrey Maitland emphasizes on passive and accessory Mobilisation of the spine to treat mechanical pain and stiffness. Here are different Maitland Mobilisation Grades explained below:

Video link to Maitland Mobilisation Grades is given below

Indications of Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation (TENS) in Physiotherapy

In this article we will discuss about various indications of Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation (TENS) Machine in Physiotherapy. So let’s get started.


Musculoskeletal Pain

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Neuropathic Pain

Chronic Low Back Pain

Rheumatoid Arthritis



Visceral Pain

FDA has approved use of tens in symptomatic relief from chronic pain, arthritis pain, Post-Traumatic pain.

Buy one for yourself

Physio 4 Channel TENS

Disclaimer- Read instruction manual carefully. Its better to seek professional help before using any medical or Physiotherapy equipments.

Diagnosis of Frozen Shoulder

In this Article we will discuss about the Radiographical and Physical Diagnosis of Frozen Shoulder. So let’s get started.


Radiography shows increased thickening of joint capsule in frozen shoulder. Inflammation of joint capsule leads to adhesion formation around shoulder joint which leads to restricted Range of Motion. Here is an example of structural difference between a normal shoulder and a frozen shoulder.

X-Ray of Normal Shoulder

Now X-Ray of Frozen Shoulder

Physical Examination includes Range of Motion Test viz. Flexion, Extension, Rotation, Abduction, Adduction Movement of shoulder Joint that classically signifies limited/restricted and painful range of motion.

For more in depth study about frozen shoulder its treatment and clinical features read this article

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