Relieve Health Group

Relieve Health Group

“Diabetes Foot Disease: The Hidden Aussie Financial Crisis”

“Diabetes-related foot disease (DFD) is not just a health issue, but a significant financial burden in Australia. The high costs associated with DFD treatment highlight the urgent need for preventative measures and early intervention strategies.”

“Jump Higher, Land Safer with Gluteal Warm-ups!”

“Gluteal resistance exercises as part of your warm-up may not drastically change your landing mechanics, but they can help improve neuromuscular control and performance. This could potentially reduce the risk of knee injuries. However, don’t expect immediate changes after just one session.”

“Unseen Gait Changes in Knee Osteoarthritis Uncovered!”

“A single inertial measurement unit in an insole can reveal hidden differences in foot movement during walking between healthy individuals and those with knee osteoarthritis. This highlights the unnoticed dysfunction in toe-off push and initial contact shock absorption on the affected side.”

“Shake Up Your Ankle Stability with Vibrations and PNF!”

“Whole-body vibration training and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) could be game-changers for those with unstable ankles. These methods may boost neuromuscular function around the ankle, reducing injury risk during lateral movements.”

“Knee Osteoarthritis: Unveiling the Hidden Factors”

“Knee size, osteoarthritis severity, and quadriceps muscle volume are key factors affecting the knee extensor moment arm in knee osteoarthritis. Additionally, lateral patellar displacement influences the valgus knee moment arms in older individuals.”

“Revolutionary Insight into Post-Surgery Tibial Alignment!”

“New findings suggest that asymmetry in the tibia can significantly affect post-surgery alignment. Therefore, it’s crucial to correct for these differences before assessing the accuracy of tibial component alignment. This could be a game-changer in achieving better surgical outcomes.”

“Untreated Hallux Valgus: A Hidden Threat to Quality of Life”

“Untreated symptomatic hallux valgus significantly lowers quality of life, more so than the general population. Interestingly, the severity of toe deformities doesn’t directly correlate with quality of life or clinical evaluations. This suggests that surgical decisions should consider patient’s quality of life, not just the severity of the deformity.”