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Ingrown Toenails

13th December 2010
What is an ingrown toenail? An ingrown toenail occurs when the toenail irritates and or penetrates the skin at the side of the nail. This can lead to pain, swelling, infection, discharge, and difficulty walking and wearing enclosed shoes. Ingrown toena... Read >
Author: CaboodleWeb

History of Laser Therapy

03rd November 2009
Laser therapy, also known as low-level or cold laser therapy, refers to the use of low intensity laser light to treat various types of pain and inflammation. Unlike conventional hot lasers, cold level therapy emits non-thermal and non-invasive beams that ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

My Doctor Told Me I Have Water On The Knee, What Does He Mean?

19th July 2009
Obviously I do not have water on top my knee, so why did my physician tell me I have water on the knee? - The term "water on the knee" is a generic term that describes the accumulation of excess fluid (edema) in or around the knee joint. Underlying issues... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Owner's Guide to Dry Gangrene in Iguanas

13th March 2009
Dry gangrene in iguanas is a condition that results from an infection. If the infection is left untreated, it causes death of tissue. Most lizards develop dry gangrene on their toes or tail. So, what exactly causes this condition? Cause Most iguanas... Read >
Author: D Swain

What is Bursitis?

05th February 2009
Bursitis is the painful inflammation or irritation of the bursa. The bursa is a soft, tiny, fluid-filled sac that covers and cushions the movement between the bones, tendons and muscles near the joints. There are 160 bursae in the body. The major bursae a... Read >
Author: Fiona Eakin

How to Overcome Gastritis

01st December 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. Gastritis can be due to a number of causes including excessive alcohol consumption, prolonged use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, also known as NSAIDs, such as aspirin ... Read >
Author: stbotanica

Tips on how to overcome gastritis

05th November 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. It is characterized by inflammation or irritation of the lining of the stomach. It affects millions of people worldwide. It can be divided into 3 categories: (1) erosive and hemorr... Read >
Author: mohamad ali

Water On The Knee, What Does That Mean?

14th July 2008
The term "water on the knee" is a general phrase that describes what happens when fluid or water collects in or around your knee joint. This swelling may also be called edema. There are different reasons why people may have "water on the knee", for exampl... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Arnica is used for injury or trauma, Autoimmune disorders, Bruise, Aging skin

31st December 2005
Arnica Benefits of Arnica Homeopathic anti-inflammatory For traumatic injury, bruises, muscles Reduce pain & bleeding after surgery Relieve irritations from trauma, arthritis Action & Uses In countries where Arnica is indigenous, it has long been... Read >
Author: Naeem Rajani
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