Saturday, June 15, 2024

Introduction To Physiotherapy

What Are The Various Types of Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a booming field in the healthcare sector and researches are still being conducted to explore the benefits of physiotherapy in new arenas. Physiotherapy has proven to be...

A Description of the Lung Capacities and Volumes

Lung Volumes or respiratory volumes are the volumes of gas in the lungs at a given time during the respiratory cycle. Whereas lung capacities...

PHYSIOTHERAPY AS A CAREER – ALL THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Particularly, physiotherapy as a career to understand is a healthcare profession that aims at maximizing the physical potential of humans. So, it focuses on...

A Description of the Lung Capacities and Volumes

Lung Volumes or respiratory volumes are the volumes of gas in the lungs at a given time during the respiratory cycle. Whereas lung capacities...

Electrotherapy- Atom and Atomic Structure

Atom An atom can be described as having a central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of electrons revolving in specific orbits. The Nucleus Part of Atom It...

What’s The Role Of Proteins In Human Body & Their Functions

The word protein is derived from the Greek word proteios which means holding the first place. Proteins are biomolecules that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen,...

A Brief Introduction To Psychology

The word Psychology is derived from two Greek words- ‘Psyche’- meaning soul and ‘Logos’- meaning study or Science. Therefore, the study of the soul is...

Enzymes and their Classification Explained

Enzymes are biomolecules that have carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, and they are protein in nature. They are called biocatalysts as they have the...

How Are Lipids defined, classified, and structured?

Fats are biomolecules containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in simple lipids, however, in compound lipids they contain nitrogen and phosphorous in addition. In general,...

Introduction to Carbohydrates: Uses, Nutrition, Risks & More

Carbohydrates was the name first given to a class of compounds which on heating left a residue of carbon after the loss of water....

Why are Amino Acids Important in the Human Body?

Biomolecules that are organic compounds containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are known as Amino acid. As the name suggests they also contain two functional...