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CURE CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

21st March 2011
CURE CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME -------------------------- EASY SYSTEM TO ELIMINATE CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME The clock is ticking. Finally, you can relief the Carpal Tunnel pain, but it is best to know what the pain is all about. Your hand grip becomes w... Read >
Author: Colin Bates

Causes, Symproms and Treatment of Cervical Spondylosis

02nd March 2011
Cervical Spine: The cervical spine is made up of small circular bones (vertebrae) stacked on top of each other. Between each vertebrae is an intervertebral disc which acts like a shock absorber and allows flexibility of the spine. Muscles and ligaments r... Read >
Author: rgrealspace

Classical series of air jordan shoes

09th February 2011
The air Jordan 11 on November last year had reached a pen and wasp involved two teams of trading, the hornets five people with stojakovic and jerry baylor, exchanged raptors guard jerry Bridget jack, David Anderson and marcus Banks. But to the eastern ... Read >
Author: xiemianyan

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy & Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

13th December 2010
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) is a painful nerve problem that often occurs in the hand or foot after being injured. RSD is also known as complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) and is very complex and painful. Symptoms of Reflex Sympathetic... Read >
Author: LBuckfire

Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy

06th November 2010
The knee of a dog and a human's knee are very similar. To keep the knee of a dog stable, the cranial cruciate ligament is inside of the joint to the job. The cranial cruciate ligament prevents the femur from sliding forward and backward on the tibia. If t... Read >
Author: Larry Von Rogers

High Blood Pressure and Me

16th March 2010
The problem with high blood pressure is that when you have it you don't know that you have it, until you happen to get a pressure test. I am now 75 years old and have had the problem for more than 35 years that I have known about. It all started one da... Read >
Author: sheldon archer

What is H.E.M.?

21st December 2009
I have been a sports coaching and conditioning coach for over twenty years. I have worked with countless high school, school and pro sportsmen. I have seen a lot of coaching fads come and go, but recently there has been a big revolution in how we understa... Read >
Author: Kyle Bloom

How to: Load and Unload Sea Containers Safely

23rd September 2009
Research shows that approximately 90% of the world's non-bulk cargo moves in containers stacked on transport ships. They improve port handling efficiency, help lower freight handling charges, and boost trade flows. Almost every manufactured product humans... Read >
Author: Sovex

How to Tell If Your Toe is Sprained or Fractured

15th September 2009
It can be difficult to tell the difference between a broken toe and a sprained toe. Sometimes you will hear the bone break, or you will see that the toe has been knocked out of its socket (i.e., dislocated). These signs and symptoms usually point to a tra... Read >
Author: jane baron

Reducing Cumulative Trauma Disorders: Easy, Fast and Cost Effective

18th August 2009
Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTDs) are defined as disorders or diseases of the neuromusculoskeletal system due to chronic, or accumulative micro trauma. The neuromusculokeletal system is designed to tolerate work and physical stress. However, when the phy... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Looking for the Best Basketball Shoes for Me

12th June 2009
School has just started and I am planning to try out for my senior high school basketball team. The first step towards that goal is looking for the best basketball shoes for me. I know that there are so many brands and models - Air Jordan, Nike, Adidas, C... Read >
Author: David Stack

Bruise - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

21st July 2008
A bruise, also called a contusion or ecchymosis, is an injury to biological tissue in which the capillaries are damaged, allowing blood to seep into the surrounding tissue. It is usually caused by blunt impact. Bruises often induce pain but are not normal... Read >
Author: peterhutch
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