Muscles & Bones & Joints Diseases : Health & Medical

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How to Spot Causes of Athlete's Foot Symptoms

How to Spot Causes of Athlete's Foot Symptoms

Knowing the risk factors of developing athlete's foot would help one to know which things to avoid in order to prevent contracting the condition. This article talks about the certain risk factors associated with athlete's foot and some methods to prevent the condition from recurring.......[Read More]
Back Pain, Hypovitaminosis D Relationship in Postmenopause

Back Pain, Hypovitaminosis D Relationship in Postmenopause

Is there a link between back pain and hypovitaminosis D? This study investigates the possible association in postmenopausal women.......[Read More]
Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment Options

Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment Options

Rotator cuff injuries are common. The rotator cuff consists of muscles and tendons that connect the humerus and the shoulder blade and keep the ball of the upper arm bone firmly in the socket of the shoulder, allowing range of motion. The rotator cuff can be torn by falling, improper weight training......[Read More]
About Mouth Burn

About Mouth Burn

Mouth burn can result from anything you eat that is too hot, either in temperature or in spice. Taking a bite of steaming hot food can burn your lips, tongue, palate or inner cheek. The mouth burn from eating excessively spicy food typically disappears in less than a day, but heat burns can take muc......[Read More]
Select Arch Angel Insoles For Maximum Support

Select Arch Angel Insoles For Maximum Support

Many types of insoles are in the market today and they do a great job of helping people in their day-to-day life. The children are not left out because there are some products that are designed for their needs. Arch Angel Insoles and Arch Angel Arch Supports are some of the products that help in kee......[Read More]
New Post-op Pain Management Technique Cuts Need for Opioids

New Post-op Pain Management Technique Cuts Need for Opioids

Patients undergoing orthopedic procedures often have a lot of pain, but a new technique for managing postoperative pain can greatly reduce narcotic consumption, with greater patient satisfaction.......[Read More]
What Causes Ankle Swelling?

What Causes Ankle Swelling?

If your ankle is swollen, and you haven't injured it, this may indicate that you are suffering from edema. Edema occurs when too much fluid is retained in the areas between the cells in our body.......[Read More]
Natural Joint Pain Relief Medicine

Natural Joint Pain Relief Medicine

Inflammation, swelling, and pain in joints affects millions. While the diagnosis may be sports injuries, osteoarthrits, rheumatoid arthrits, gout or other condition, the result is debilitation. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) may be advised in over-the-counter or prescription streng......[Read More]
Osteoporosis & Exercise

Osteoporosis & Exercise

Many people who suffer from osteoporosis mistakenly assume they will fracture bones with exercise and do not realize that regular muscle use and exercise actually protects their bones. Research shows that regular exercise actually increases and maintains bone density at any age. The most important f......[Read More]
New Surgery to Repair a Torn ACL?

New Surgery to Repair a Torn ACL?

ACL repair has not been an effective treatment for a torn anterior cruciate ligament, but a new surgery called Bridge-Enhanced ACL Repair may change that.......[Read More]
Joint Pain Relief Medications

Joint Pain Relief Medications

Joint pain can be caused by a number of factors, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, injury and overuse. There are a variety of medications used to treat joint pain, some of which are available over-the-counter and others by prescription. Each carries its own risks and benefits that must......[Read More]
Causes of Hip Spasms During Late Pregnancy

Causes of Hip Spasms During Late Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be uncomfortable, especially in the third trimester as the mother's body adjusts. The hips carry much of the weight of the baby and this can contribute to the development of hip problems. This stretching can put pressure on the lower back and hips, causing hip spasms in late pregnancy.......[Read More]
How to Stabilize a Sprained Wrist

How to Stabilize a Sprained Wrist

Suffering from a sprain can be very painful. A sprain occurs when a ligament is torn or injured. Getting medical attention is necessary to avoid further damage to the wrist, and also to make sure the wrist isn't actually broken. The sprained wrist must first be stabilized.......[Read More]
Nonsurgical Scoliosis Treatments

Nonsurgical Scoliosis Treatments

All spines are curved when observed from the side, but a normal spine is straight when viewed from the front. However, according to the National Scoliosis Foundation, about two to three percent of the population have spines deformed enough to warrant treatment.......[Read More]
Tactile Acuity Training for Those With Chronic Low Back Pain

Tactile Acuity Training for Those With Chronic Low Back Pain

Can tactile acuity training improve pain and function in patients with chronic low back pain?......[Read More]
Home Treatment for Gout

Home Treatment for Gout

Gout can occur when your kidneys fail to effectively eliminate uric acid, which can cause severe joint pain and redness that can last days as acid crystallizes around joints. Fortunately, home treatment for gout has been known to help many sufferers alleviate the problems and prevent future attacks.......[Read More]
Exercise vs Decompressive Surgery for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Exercise vs Decompressive Surgery for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

How does land based exercise compare to decompressive surgery in the management of lumbar spinal stenosis?......[Read More]
How to Recover From Spine Surgery

How to Recover From Spine Surgery

If you are suffering from a condition requiring spinal surgery, such as a severely herniated disc, degeneration or stenosis, you are looking for the surgery to restore movement and strength to your back. Some surgery is more invasive than others and requires a longer recovery period, but all spine s......[Read More]