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Strong relationship between Posture and Pain.


Movement patterns and Pain are directly proportional to each other. Pain from any source will cause the patient to move differently to try and protect the tender area. But, incorrect postures and movement patterns also cause pain by overloading joints and muscles. In one case poor movement causes pain and in the other case pain causes altered movement pattern. Sometimes the pain will normally subside on its own and movement will return to normal. However, in most cases the way movement is controlled and the way the muscles work remains affected even after healing has occurred or when the pain has gone. This can be caused because of a conscious decision on behalf of the pain sufferer or because of changes in the subconscious way movement is controlled in the spinal cord or the brain. A person’s reaction to pain can be described in terms of adaptive and Mal-adaptive behavior. For instance incase of an acute ankle sprain the patient will limp for a while, reduce their activity or even take to using crutches. They adapt their behavior to suit the condition. If the patient rests the ankle for too long, usually out of fear of pain or fear of making the problem worse, is displaying mal-adaptive behavior. He is depriving the healing tissues of the mechanical stimulus it requires to heal effectively by moving improperly. This will not only inhibit the healing process but it will lead to joint stiffness, muscle weakness and reduced co-ordination making the whole problem much worse than it need be. It will in-turn maintain and reinforce incorrect movement of that joint. In both cases the altered movement can impair normal healing and even cause other problems in other areas as they are forced to compensate. In Physiotherapy management we aim to re-educate the role of these different muscles and normal patterns of movement. This then allows any structures that being over strained to settle and heal. This ultimately helps reduce the risk of recurrent episodes of pain. #flexiMovePhysiotherapy #Physiotherapy #healthandwellness #physiotherapyislamabad #painmanagement #Islamabad #rehabilitation #fisioterapia #stroke #musculoskeletal #lowbackpain #lowerbackpain #prehab #physicaltherapist #injuryprevention #osteopathy #dryneedling #sportsphysio #physicaltherapy #physio #COVID_19 #stayhome #healthandfitness #paralysisrecovery #gymgoals #spinalcordinjury #physicaltherapy #physiotherapy #determination #projectstrong #exercisemotivation #miami #justdoitGracias #AlumniSabana #Fisioterapeuta #Repost #fisioterapia #loveme #love #God #blessings #thanks #happiness #smile #likesforlikesback #followers #followmeback #l4l #lfl #sys #sdv #follow4followback #followforfollowbackIRAIDA #fisiosan #osteopatia #ostheopathy #fisioterapiainvasiva #invasivephysiotherapy #terapiavisceral #visceraltherapy #ecografía #ultrasound #ejercicioterapeutico #therapeuticexercise #psiconeuroinmunologíaclínica #clinicalpsychoneuroimmunology #familiafisiosan #sanbartolome #lanzarote #somospolvodeestrellasWell #physio #physiotherapist #physiolondon #ptlondon #personaltrainers #personaltrainerlondon #rehablondon #fztahmet #fitstuff #london #bursa #pilatesreformer #londonpilates #londonpersonaltrainer #personaltraineruk #thegymgroup #exercise #fitness #cardio #londonlong #ukfitness #londonfitnessOnline #bettermoves #bettermovesapproved #movementspecialist #obefitness #levelup #athomefitness #ondemandfitness #ondemandworkouts #rehabilitation #rehab #health #recovery #injury #healthcare #therapy #sport #training #pt #physicaltherapist #evexia #motivation #brainstrokeO #treini #neuroeducando #kidsReady #turkeytennisnationalteam #biocore #theragun #nubisphysioEu #fisio #studygram #saude #anatomy #anatomia #seguidores






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