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Limping Canines Often Times have Dog Cruciate Ligament Injury

10th May 2011
For people with a limping dog, it truly is very disheartening trying to find out what is in fact triggering them to limp and where exactly the problem is. Often times, canine owners come up empty handed when they are touching their dogs to discover the pr... Read >
Author: Dr. James

Vibration Training and Skiers

04th April 2011
Skiers need to have strong knees and thighs which are possible by exercising on the Mend Your Health Vibration Trainer. Some of the benefits regarding skiers are as follows:- When operated at high speed, with feet close to each other on the platform, k... Read >
Author: Rix investigators

Knee Pain Causes And Remedies That You Must Know About

05th July 2010
Years of stooping, kneeling and running around certainly takes a toll on your knees, and women have it especially bad: Studies revealed women are up to 6 times more likely than men to suffer from knee injuries such as ACL tears. Got an achy, creaky or wea... Read >
Author: Rob Pennington

Orthopedic Cupping The Healing Power

30th June 2010
Massage is used in a number of ways to heal bodies and stop pain. Whether people have chronic pain or have had an injury that's causing temporary pain, finding the best type of massage is imperative. If the pain isn't dealt with and treated properly, the ... Read >
Author: Patrick M Fuller LMT

Using an Ultrasound Therapy Machine to Treat Tendonitis at Home

30th June 2010
Located at the ends of muscles, tendons attach muscle to bones. While tendons are inherently resilient, they can be easily torn or injured because they are located at sites of limited blood flow and constant tugging, and are not very flexible. Small tendo... Read >
Author: C.Beggs, EZUltrasound.com

Hand Braces for DeQuervain's Tendonitis- What Are the Best Ones?

18th February 2010
What are the causes of DeQuervain's Tendonitis? Overuse and new repetitive activities are a cause. The condition causes an irritaion of the tendona at the base of the thumb. What are the symptoms of DeQuervain's Tendonitis? If you have pain in your whe... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Shoulder Impingement Exercises Can Strengthen and Heal Your Shoulders

04th January 2010
Exercise is probably the last thing on your mind if you have a shoulder impingement but surprisingly the right type of exercise can help to sort out the problem and bring back full pain free movement. The important thing is when you do them. It is impo... Read >
Author: Peter English

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Video Games: The Facts

18th December 2009
The latest technology in video gaming is growing rapidly. Many people, mostly young individuals, are hooked in playing different video games. They are enjoying the advantages of the newest entertainment trend and spend most of their times in front of thei... Read >
Author: Emerson Swanson

Extra Bones In The Human Foot: A Common Finding

17th December 2009
Extra foot bones? The truth is, some people do have extra bones in their feet. Most of the time, one would never notice that they had these extra bones present in their feet. Usually smaller than an almond and well hidden in the depth of the foot, thes... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

Shock Wave Relief through SONOREX TREATMENT

24th August 2009
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a groundbreaking non-invasive method of treating localized musculoskeletal pains such as tendonitis and heel spur. Sonorex shockwave treatment is an extremely safe method of combating pain and is believed to be ... Read >
Author: Orthopedic Specialists of Seattle

Treating Tendonitis Naturally with Aromatherapy

04th August 2009
Tendonitis is a growing problem among the working masses. A good percentage of the population works with computers giving rise to tendonitis in the wrists. Construction workers have a similar problem in their elbows and shoulders from their physically dem... Read >
Author: moriahherbs

How To Overcome A Sore Stiff Knee - The Lazy Man's Guide To Dealing With The Pain - Special Report

01st May 2009
Do you have soreness or stiffness in your knees? Hey, hopefully you are reading this article as a way to help out your friend who has knee pain, but chances are you are the one with the problem; right? The issue we are all faced with is that rest do... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Pain At The Back Of Your Heel: A Guide To Treatment And Relief

17th April 2009
Pain behind the heel is incredibly common, and most people experience this at some point in their lives. The back of the heel is incredibly important, as this is where the leg turns into the foot, and motion at the leg has to transfer ninety degrees to be... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

How to Diagnose Tendonitis Around the Knee Joint

19th August 2006
Tendonitis is best described as the inflammation, irritation and swelling of the tendons that connect muscles to bones and joints. The condition can affect any tendon and almost any joint in the human body. The most common areas that tendonitis occurs is ... Read >
Author: Damien Mase

Ten Tips For Winter Wellness

04th January 2006
1. Go for a walk even when the weather is really cold your body has to work overtime to get warm and you may burn up to 50% more calories than you would on the same walk in summer! But remember, go a little slower until you get warm and keep up the hydr... Read >
Author: Kim Beardsmore
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