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Physiotherapy and Exercise

A treatment regime that consists of different methods of exercise, specific to diseases, disorders or injuries that caused the diagnosed physical disabilities. Surgery related stiffness is a common problem that invariably attracts attention of physiotherapists who help the patient to regain the range of motion of affected body part such as neck, shoulder, elbow, fingers, hip, knee, ankle, etc.

Normal Finger Flexion The synchrony between intrinsic and extrinsic muscle function allows normal finger flexion consisting of: 70 - 80 degrees of MP flexion 110 - 120 degrees of Proximal IP flexion 90 degrees of Distal IP flexion