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Muscular & Skeletal

The Muscular & Skeletal section offers a deep dive into various aspects of the human muscular and skeletal system. It addresses specific challenges and advancements, such as coping with ‘Winter of Pain’ for spinal cord injury sufferers, maintaining joint health through different life stages, and developing wearable diagnostics for neuromuscular diseases. The section also explores social aspects like the exclusion felt by people in pain, and highlights innovative solutions like biobank for genetic muscle diseases and bionic limb technology. Additionally, it provides practical guidance on issues like ACL injuries, osteoarthritis treatments, and adapting to working from home without physical discomfort​.

Buckling Under The Strain of NHS Waiting Lists

Why Our Knees Are Buckling Under The Strain of NHS Waiting Lists: New report explores the social and economic impact…

Tipped to win Gold at The Chelsea Flower Show 2024

Tipped to win Gold this week, the Muscular Dystrophy UK Forest Bathing Garden designed by Ula Maria has left Rebecca…

Jason and the Adventure of 254

Rebecca Wallersteiner takes at look at Wellcome Collection’s latest exhibition Jason and the Adventure of 254, an artist’s joyful exploration…

Promoting Joint Health habits in National Gardening Week

Cultivating positive joint health habits during national gardening week: Not only is it one of the nation’s favourite pastimes, but gardening…

Surgery Motivates return to Physiotherapy Career

Childhood surgery inspires Rachel's physiotherapy journey as she calls for more people to return to practice: A children's physiotherapist is…

Action Needed to Prevent Future Hip Fracture Risks

Action needed now to avoid potential harms for future hip fracture patients. • NHS hospitals are not currently equipped to…

New speech analysis data aims to help silence speak volumes

Sophisticated new analysis of the physical processes which create the sounds of speech could help empower people with speech impairments…

‘Winter of Pain’ for people with spinal cord injury

The new 5% higher price cap on energy announced today means people will pay more this January than any winter…

Joint Health Through the Decades

Joint Health Through the Decades: Navigating the Ages with Nutrition, Exercise and Supplements with expert advice from Revive Active Brand…

New funding will support development of wearable diagnostics for neuromuscular diseases

A researcher from the University of Glasgow has received an EPSRC Open Fellowship to develop new wearable technology capable of…

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