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I’m experiencing severe muscle strain and can’t move my right forearm properly. My doctor told me that this is due to poor flexibility. He also suggested me to get alternative therapies to improve the flexibility. So I’m thinking of having treatment from Physiomed, a physiotherapy clinic in Toronto(physiomed.ca). Does physiotherapy alone can cure muscle strain due to poor flexibility? or Do I need to go for alternative treatments?
(08-12-2015, 06:18 AM)suelsmith Wrote: [ -> ]I’m experiencing severe muscle strain and can’t move my right forearm properly. My doctor told me that this is due to poor flexibility. He also suggested me to get alternative therapies to improve the flexibility. So I’m thinking of having treatment from Physiomed, a physiotherapy clinic in Toronto(physiomed.ca). Does physiotherapy alone can cure muscle strain due to poor flexibility? or Do I need to go for alternative treatments?

Sore muscles and muscle aches are a common symptom exercise. Yes, physiotherapy alone can cure your muscle strain. And for an alternative way you can have Hydrotherapy treatment, it is a way to use water to relieve pain and assist rehabilitation from injury.

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