Orthopedic Research Online Journal

Physiotherapy– Correct, or Incorrect, Based on ‘Wrong Principles of Treatment’. Example for Spine, Hip, Knee, Shank and Feet

Submission: July 17, 2017; Published: August 21, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/OPROJ.2017.01.000502

ISSN: 2576-8875
Volume1 Issue1


The cases of spine, hips, knees, shank and feet problems are presented in the article. These patients before having contact with the author, had undergone a treatment in other medical centers. I could often stated that the previous therapy was not correct. The former therapy was based of wrong diagnosis connected very often with the weakness of muscles. After such diagnosis the recommended strengthening exercises never give good results. Only stretching exercises leading to the full and symmetrical movement of the joints and right loading during gait and standing is a proper method of treatment.

Keywords: Physiotherapy; Correct; Incorrect; Illnesses and deformations in movement apparatus

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