Antenatal Exercise

Antenatal Exercise

*Introduction:- *Antenatal exercise:- ~antenatl exercises are the exercises prescribed during the pregnency by the physiotherapists.~thsese exercises helps expectant mothers to gain knowledge on how to look after themselves during pregnancy.~antenatal exercises provides many benefits to the pregnant mother if the exercises are performed correctly under the guidance of the physiotherapist… Continue reading

Iontophorosis

Iontophorosis

*Introduction:- ~the term iontophoresis is simply defined as ion transfer(ionto=ion),(phoresis=transfer) Iontophorosis ~introduction of ions into the body using direct electrical current. ~it is a specialzed tecnique of electrical stimulation that uses electrical polarity of continuos direct current to ionize medicines placed beneath surface electrodes and transfers them into the body… Continue reading

The Cerebrum

The Cerebrum

*Introduction:- ~the cerebrum is made of two cerebral hemispheres which are incompletely separated from each other by the median longitudinal fissure.~the two hemispheres are connected to each other across the median plane by the corpus callosum.each hemisphere contains a cavity,called the lateral ventricle. *External feautures:- *three surfaces:- 1.the superolateral surface… Continue reading

The Cerebellum

The Cerebellum

*Introduction:- ~The cerebellum is the largest part of the hind brain.it is situated in the posterior cranial fossa behind the pons and medulla.~it is an infratentorial structure that coordinates voluntary movements of the body. *Relations:- ~Anteriorly:-fourth ventricle,pons and medulla~Posteroinferiorly:-Squamous occipital bone,&~Superiorly:-tentorium cerebelli *External features:- ~the cerebellum consists of two cerebellar… Continue reading