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Physical Therapist
Who is providing these guidelines?
Doctor Asif Qureshi.
My biodata is at this resource:
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/aboutthefounder.html

What is elaborated at this www.qureshiuniversity.com/physicaltherapist.html resource?
Training programs for physical therapists.
Training program for aspiring physical therapists.

Can a physical therapist need physical therapy at some point in his or her life?
Yes.

Can you give a brief introduction about your work? How should a physical therapist answer?
I am a physical therapist.
I care, invent, and treat.
I educate, encourage, enable, and motivate.
I am a guide for physical therapists in addition to other physicians.
I teach.
I learn.

What should physical therapy equipment manufacturers plan for?
Physical therapy hospital equipment can be utilized for six weeks to six months.
Home or home office equipment is best for physical therapy.

What are examples of physical therapy equipment used in the home or office?
Take a look at the home and home office-based physical therapy equipment that Doctor Asif Qureshi has established.

Physical therapy home or home office-based manufacturers should look at manufacturing such equipment.
This is very useful equipment for leg extension exercises.

Why was there a need to mention these resources?
Even if there is a hospital with a physical therapy team only a maximum of six weeks to six months of physical therapy can be given. All other physical therapy has to be arranged at a home or a home office.

What best describes the individual patient?
Patient has cerebral palsy.
Patient has trouble controlling movements.
I have lots of injuries.
I have thigh muscle issues.
Brain damage incurred during childhood.

What are the various settings for physical therapy services?
In hospital healthcare.
Outpatient-based healthcare.
Home healthcare.
Internet human healthcare.

What post fix do physical therapists add to their name?
PT

What best describes you physical therapy goals?
Flexibility
Strength
Coordination
Increased bulk of muscles
Increased mobility.

How should a physical therapist introduce him or herself?
I care, invent, and treat.
I educate, encourage, enable, and motivate.
I am a guide for physical therapists in addition to other physicians.
I am a physical therapist.
I am a student physical therapist.
I am a research physical therapist.

You can be me.
What do you have to do?
Research, research, and research.

What is a physical therapist?
Physical therapists (PTs) are physician who diagnose and treat individuals who have medical problems that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.

Physical therapists diagnose and treat all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.

What should a physical therapist know?
Here are further guidelines.
Conditions, Injuries and Diseases Treated by Physical Therapists
List of skeletal muscles of the human body
Physiotherapy Exercises
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Physical Functions
Physical Exercise
Physical Activity Guidelines
Weight Training Exercises

Conditions, Injuries and Diseases Treated by Physical Therapists
BODY PART
  1. Ankle

  2. Arm

  3. Arthritis

  4. Back

  5. Bursitis

  6. Calf

  7. Elbow

  8. Foot

  9. Groin

  10. Hamstring

  11. Hand

  12. Headache

  13. Heel

  14. Hip

  15. Jaw (TMJ)

  16. Knee

  17. Leg

  18. Ligament

  19. Muscle

  20. Neck

  21. Pain

  22. Sciatica

  23. Shin

  24. Shoulder

  25. Tendonitis

  26. Thigh

  27. Thigh Strain

  28. Thigh Muscle Issues

  29. Upper Back

  30. Vertigo

  31. Wrist

Orthopedic
  1. All About Arthritis

  2. Back Pain

  3. Basic Back Biomechanics

  4. Bursitis

  5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  6. Collars and the Acute Whiplash Patient

  7. Elbow Conditions

  8. Foot Conditions

  9. Hip

  10. Osteoarthritis (OA) of the Knee

  11. Lumbar Disc

  12. Low Back Pain Case

  13. Neck Strains / Sprains

  14. Joint Conditions

  15. Knee Conditions

  16. Osteoarthritis

  17. Osteoarthritis of the Foot

  18. Osteoarthritis of the Knee

  19. Computer Related Repetitive Strain Injury

  20. Shoulder Conditions

  21. Sciatica

  22. Tennis Elbow

  23. Neurological
  24. ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)

  25. Alzheimer’s

  26. Cerebral Palsy

  27. ? Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)

  28. Multiple Sclerosis

  29. Stroke

  30. Trigeminal Neuralgia

  31. Guillain-Barre Syndrome

  32. Autoimmune
  33. Fibromyalgia

  34. Guillain-Barre Syndrome

  35. Rheumatoid Arthritis

  36. Raynaud’s Syndrome, Disease, Phenomenon

  37. Other
  38. Asthma

  39. Fibromyalgia

Many injuries or medical conditions can affect your ability to function:

Brain disorders, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy
Chronic pain, including back and neck pain
Major bone or joint surgery, severe burns, or limb amputation
Severe arthritis becoming worse over time
Severe weakness after recovering from a serious illness (such as infection, heart failure or respiratory failure)
Spinal cord injury or brain injury

Children may need rehabilitation services for:

Down syndrome or other genetic disorders
Intellectual disability
Muscular dystrophy or other neuromuscular disorders
Sensory deprivation disorder, autism or developmental disorders
Speech disorders and language problems

• Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Chronic or Acute Musculoskeletal
Pain
• Exercise Intervention for
Special Populations
• Foot and Ankle Pain
• Frozen Shoulder
• Functional Rehabilitation
• Gait Retraining
• Hip Pain
• Knee Pain - CLICK FOR MORE INFO • Low Back Pain
• Motor Vehicle Injuries
• Neck Pain
• Osteoporosis
• Overuse Injuries
• Post-Operative/Post-Illness Rehabilitation
• Shoulder Pain
• Sports Injuries
• Strains/Sprains
• Tendonitis
• Work Injury

List of skeletal muscles of the human body

Thigh Muscle Issues
What have been the various findings?
If you see someone in your community with thigh muscle issues, they waited and ignored the issues until their thigh muscles worsened and they were not able to walk properly. Do not delay.
Fix issues before they become complicated or the person is not able to walk properly.

What do you have to do?
Fix thigh muscle issues before they become complicated or the person is not able to walk.

Are you having thigh muscle issues?

Can you give more details?


Questions that need to be answered.

What is the age, height, and weight of the person?
What are the causes of thigh muscle weakness for a person over 18 years old?
What is the circumference of my thigh muscles, 6 inches above my knees, while standing (muscles contracted) relevant to my age, height, and weight?
What should the circumference of my thigh muscles be, 6 inches above my knees, while standing (muscles contracted) relevant to my age, height, and weight?
Who has the responsibility to answer these questions: primary care providers, physical therapists, both, or someone else?
What are the causes of this situation?
How do you plan to fix these issues?


What are the findings?
Professional on duty was able to answer these questions.
Professional on duty was not able to answer these questions.
Professional was able to fix these issues.
Professional was not able to fix these issues.

Physiotherapy Exercises
How do you get strong thighs?
Method 1 Incorporating Exercises that Target the Thighs
1.Know the muscles you want to improve.
2.Do goblet squats.
3.Try three-way lunges.
4.Perform single leg lateral ski hops.
5.Do classic deadlifts.
6.Perform the side-plank hip lift.
7.Try the bridge.
8.Straight Leg Raise Exercise
9.Leg Extensions Without a Machine : Workouts & Exercise Routines
10.Best Leg Extension Machines Review 2017


What foods make your legs stronger?
Here are five of the best foods for healthy bones:
1.Yogurt. Most yogurts are fortified with vitamin D, and depending on the brand, you could get 30 percent of your daily calcium intake from yogurt. 2.Milk. Though it's a staple in kids' diets, many adults don't drink milk.
3.Salmon and Tuna.
4.Spinach.
5.Fortified foods.


What relevant guidelines would you like to add that have not been included here?

Last Updated: December 3, 2017