Musculoskeletal Disorders

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are injuries or disorders of the muscles, nerves, tendons, joints, cartilage, and spinal discs. Some of the examples can be Herniated Discs (slip disc), Spondylitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome etc.


When you walk, your weight tends to be more on the inside of your foot, i.e. between the 2 legs. In the case of the arm it is when the arm is bending toward your body.


When you walk, your weight tends to be more on the outside of your foot. In the case of the arm, it is when the arm is bending away from the body.


The lumbar spine is the third region of the vertebral column(Spine), located in the lower back between the thoracic and sacral vertebral segments.

Neutral Posture

It is the resting position of each joint – the position in which there is the least tension or pressure on muscles, bones, nerves & tendons. In simple terms, the entire musculoskeletal system is in minimum stress.

Repetitive Strain Injuries

These are a gradual buildup of damage to tendon, muscles & nerves due to overuse/repetitive motions. Tennis Elbow can be one such example.


It is the study of human body movements, performance and function by applying various sciences.

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