Home Management of Work-Related Pains

ISBN Number : 978-93-5367-763-3

Student Price : Rs.298

Student Dollar Price : 12$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2020

No. Of Pages : 136

About The Book

There is not much we would like to speak about in this preface, but we would like to make an important point. You would hardly come across someone who has not ever suffered from a major or a minor episode of pain. The incidence has increased over the years, and most pains, if not all, have been found to have their cause in the work that one does. Work related pains have become so common that people now very well know the names of the painkillers that work for them. But the detrimental effects that the painkillers leave behind on the body should not be undermined. We thought why not write a book that creates awareness about physiotherapy exercises which not only alleviate pain but also keep the body safe. It doesn’t need to be reiterated that exercises have no side-effects. We have written and illustrated the book such that everyone, who suffers from frequent work-related pains, finds doing these short duration exercises right there where the need to address body pains arises. We are hoping that this work sets a new trend of using physiotherapy exercises than painkillers to manage work-related body pains.


Contents -

1. Head and Neck Pains
2. Shoulder Pains
3. Elbow and Wrist Pains
4. The Back
5. Knee and Lower Leg Pains
6. Ankle and Foot Pains

About The Author

Dr Himanshu Mathur is an Assistant Professor with the Institute of Medical Science & Research Centre, Jaipur National University, India. He holds a Masters in Physiotherapy with a specialization in musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions. A renowned speaker at the national and international fora, he also holds the position of Chief Physiotherapist & Director at Jaipur Rehab Physiotherapy Centre and Chief Clinical Physiotherapist at MyPhysio Physiotherapy Clinic. Being a founding member of the Physio Youth Brigade, The Yuvas, he has been a core organizing member of many national and international conferences. Having done pioneering work in "Forward Head Posture", "Temporomandibular Joint" and other related fields, he has to his credit a sizable number of publications at the national and international levels. Recipient of several awards at the academic and clinical level, he provides physiotherapy expertise in many sporting events, and he manages Jaipur Rehab, a popular YouTube channel. He can be reached at [email protected]

Dr. Sanjay Parva is a Kashmir-born doctor-turned-writer, author of Words About to Fall, Unseen Beauty of Kargil, and Disability is This Ability, poet, photographer, nomad, and columnist. He writes a popular column, Musings, for Greater Kashmir in Srinagar and has been a medico-marketing strategist with medical content development and visualization as his special field of interest. He was part of the University of Rochester-Media Lab Asia team for Rapid Assessment Procedure (RAP) in 2002, a path-breaking digital initiative that sought to provide in-time holistic help to people in the remote Indian villages. Previously, he spearheaded the health division of a Washington-based media company, and his last stint was with an Indian doctor networking company as GM, Communications and Engagement. He is now actively pursuing his passion for writing books that carry a social impact. This is Dr Parvas second book with the Himalaya Publishing House. He can be reached at [email protected]

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