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Respiratory Diseases


A type of disease that affects the lungs and other parts of the respiratory system. Respiratory diseases can be caused by pollution, by smoking tobacco or breathing in second-hand smoke, radon, asbestos or other forms of air pollution. Respiratory diseases include asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pulmonary fibrosis, pneumonia and lung cancer. Also called lung disorder and lung disease.

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Athletic injuries


Participating in sports is a way of life. During sports activity the risk of injury exists and increases depending on the level of the athlete. The demands of modern sports often result in orthopedic conditions and injuries. The purpose is to biomechanically analyze the patient's movement pattern during sports activity in order to further reduce the risk of re-injury. Sports injuries include: hematoma, contusion, abrasion, ligament sprain and tear, hematoma, hydroarthrosis and dislocation for joints, fracture, as well as repetitive injuries that lead to aseptic inflammations, known as syndromes strain or overuse.

Neurological diseases


In general, the nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. All reactions and functions of the body are controlled by the nervous system. Disorder or dysfunction in any part of the nervous system can lead to difficulties in swallowing, breathing, speaking, moving, learning, etc. Characterized symptoms include partial or complete paralysis, muscle weakness, partial or complete unconsciousness, seizures, poor cognitive abilities, and inexplicable pain, etc.

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Rheumatismlogical Diseases


Rheumatic diseases are autoimmune and inflammatory diseases that cause your immune system to attack your joints, muscles, bones and organs. Rheumatic diseases are often lumped together under the term “arthritis” – which is used to describe over 100 diseases and conditions.

Orthopedicsical diseases


Chronic orthopedic conditions, such as arthritis and bursitis, affect the musculoskeletal system – most commonly the bones or joints. They can cause pain and dysfunction, making even normal daily activities difficult. These conditions are different from orthopedic injuries, such as a dislocated shoulder or broken bone, which are often caused by sudden trauma. Unlike accidental or traumatic orthopedic injuries, chronic conditions tend to be progressive in nature, starting slowly and worsening or progressing over time. They may be genetic or age-related or caused by overuse.

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