Gluteus

Gluteus

When you see a person walking or running, you usually observe the leg musculature, that the quadriceps are strong, that the calves have volume... In these cases, the great forgotten ones are always the gluteus muscles. They provide mobility and stability to the...

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The rotator cuff

The rotator cuff

One of the major joints that cause pathology and consequently pain is the shoulder. This is due to its great mobility. Today, continuing with this joint, we are going to develop on the rotator cuff. If you need a refresher on the anatomy of the shoulder, it is...

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The large muscles of the arm

The large muscles of the arm

When talking about arm muscles, most people are familiar with the biceps and triceps. In this post we want to provide more information about the large muscles of the arm. Their anatomy, the functions they perform, exercises to improve them and kinesiology tape for...

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The shoulder and its instability

The shoulder and its instability

To give continuity to the applications of the upper limb, today's post will deal with one of the most complex joints of the human body, the shoulder. As you will see below, there are so many structures that form part of this joint that it is so difficult to work with....

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Deltoid

Deltoid

The previous blog post recalled all the anatomy of the shoulder as a general summary, if you need to read it again before addressing today's topic do not hesitate to go to the article "The shoulder and its instability". Now we leave the general overview of this joint...

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Pathologies of the fingers of the hand

Pathologies of the fingers of the hand

So far, most of the joints have been covered, but there was still no information on the one most used by the physiotherapist, the hand. The great working tool of these health professionals. In today's post we want to make a brief anatomical reminder of the joint, see...

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Cervical area

Cervical area

After a tour of the different joints of both the upper and lower limbs, the content of the blog moves on to the spine, specifically the cervical area. Remember that it is an area of frequent pain in the majority of the population and therefore generates a lot of...

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Olecranon bursitis

Olecranon bursitis

The previous entry explained the bone and muscle anatomy of the elbow, if necessary please refer back to the article. Now we are going to continue with the anatomy of soft tissues, specifically the bursa. Many of you will have experienced or heard that you are not...

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RICE method

RICE method

In many publications we have talked about kinesiology tape, specific applications and the RICE method has been mentioned in injuries such as those explained. In today's post we want to expand on this protocol that is used initially, the first 48-72 hours, in minor...

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Whiplash

Whiplash

Whiplash or cervical sprain is the injury that will be discussed in today's blog post. It is an injury with a very high incidence and without good treatment will leave sequelae in the patient that can become chronic. If you need to remember the anatomical part to...

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