Category Archives: Injury

ANF Therapy: Solution to Calf and Hamstring Strain

A calf strain (pulled or torn calf muscle) occurs when part of the muscles of the lower part of the leg are stretched beyond their ability to withstand tension. This can mostly happen during acceleration or during an abrupt change in direction when a person is running (in motion). Calf strain is a common injury,…
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Recovery From Spinal Surgery

Any surgery requires ample amount of recovery process. It's a pretty straightforward process of following the discharge instructions provided by the surgeon. While it is simple, it can be quite challenging for some individuals, especially for those who had undergone more serious surgery such as spinal surgery. A surprisingly large number of people do not…
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Torn ACL & Subluxing Patella

ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) sprain or tear is one of the most common knee injuries (sports-related or otherwise). Three bones meet to form a knee joint: thighbone (femur), shinbone (tibia) and kneecap (patela). To provide protection, the kneecap sits in front of the joint. At the same time, there are also ligaments which hold bones…
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Groin injury, causes, treatment, and role of ANF Therapy

A groin strain is an injury caused by putting too much stress on your groin muscles and thigh. Overstretching of these muscles leads to its tear. Usually occurs in people who do sports with sudden jumping and running for a long time such as football players. Groin injuries aren’t usually serious, although a severe strain…
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