Bone infections are the result of fractures, which vary in size according to the force that led to bone fraction. There is a closed fraction, which occurs in the bones without penetrating the skin wall of the body and the open fraction, the bones are transverse or longitudinal, deviate from their place and penetrate the skin wall opposite them, and can be seen with the naked eye, and this type of the most difficult species, and requires urgent surgery.
- Transverse fraction, which occurs in the width of bones.
- Spiral fracture, which occurs as a result of bone exposure to two different forces such as twisting.
- Pathological fraction, a fracture resulting from the exposure of bones to various diseases, such as bone cancer and osteoporosis.
After the fixation of the fracture by the surgeon, the role of physical therapy comes directly, as it has a vital role in restoring the movement of joints and muscles, and use ultrasound devices immediately after the fracture to increase the ability of fracture to heel, and increases the proportion of minerals forming those bones and increase bone density.
The nervous system in humans is composed of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and cerebral nerves. When the brain becomes infected by stroke or a part of the spinal cord, paralysis occurs in different species. There is paraplegia, which affects one half of the body, right or left, and there is quadriplegia that affects all parts of the body, and there is partial paralysis, which affects either the upper half of the body or the lower part of the body , resulting in injury to the spinal cord, then The affected limbs do not move at all or move very slowly. The goal of natural therapy here is to re-move these affected limbs and then strengthen them and restore them to their normal position.
There is a broad base of children suffering from diseases whose treatment depends entirely on physical therapy, such as Cerebral Palsy, postpartum and post-natal necrosis (Torticollis) and cervical nerve plexus injuries. In such cases, the doctor relations on therapeutic exercises, and teach the child motor skills such as sitting and then standing and then walking. These stages precede the child's ability to crawl and his ability to sit.
Obesity is one of the most serious diseases on the medical scene, and is next to diabetes, blood pressure, heart and arteries, especially as it is a major cause of these diseases in a large proportion of patients. Scientists have developed a measure of the proportion of obesity in humans, which is the measurement of body mass by the equation = body weight in kilograms per square meter body length, which shows the diagnosis of obesity in the patient. Once the patient has been diagnosed with obesity, he or she should have a healthy diet, as well as exercise. Scientists have recently proven that the treatment of obesity by diet only, or exercise only, does not fit, both are two sides of a single coin, especially that exercise maintains muscle mass and strength, while the diet alone does not do so, and help exercise to break fat The excess of the body, increases the efficiency of the heart muscle, reduces the chances of arterial disease and various types of diabetes diseases. For exercise, the researchers put in the following conditions: Exercising 3 to 5 days a week, each time for a minimum of 20-60 minutes.
Obstetrics and Gynecology:
Physical therapy has succeeded in alleviating and restoring a lot of pains in this regard, especially menstrual pain and birth pains, using various physiotherapy and exercise exercises, strengthening exercises to strengthen the back muscles, and pelvic muscles .. those forgotten muscles that women know nothing about, except Few of them, which are of great importance at birth. Recent studies have shown that women in sports give birth without acute birth pain than any other woman.
Of course, the most common problems to the life of the owner are respiratory infections, and the most common respiratory problems that help natural treatment in the treatment: Asthma, there are exercises to train the patient on how to breathe correctly, and how to cope with the crisis, as well as teaching how to use muscles attached to the thorax that helps To breathe when he feels asthma.