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Cold Laser Treatments for Relieving Knee Pain

16th December 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Dr.Schnee,D.C.,PA Cold laser therapy has been used for decades for the treatment of knee pain and swelling. In the United States the first cold laser was FDA Cleared in 2001. There have been hundreds of studies performed on the eff... Read >
Author: Dr.Alexandra Schnee, D.C.

Ultrasound Devices, Where The Recovery process Begins

20th October 2011
A much better and more hassle-free way of obtaining rehabilitation along with treatment for inflammation and pain is now open to anyone with the usage of an affordable and safe home ultrasound appliance. Before now only chiropractors, physiotherapists and... Read >
Author: VaughnFrank

What's Trochanteric Bursitis and How Do You Treat It?

25th May 2011
A person of the most prevalent leads to of soreness in the hip is a condition called trochanteric bursitis. The trochanteric bursa is a tiny fluid stuffed sack that cushions the exterior of the hip. There are really a range of bursae in the location and t... Read >
Author: Isidro Kerr

EZUltrasound-Home Ultrasound Machine

15th March 2011
Ultrasound machines are used as therapy at a physical therapist's office, but you can also own one and use it in your own home for consistent pain relief and therapy in your home. A home ultrasound machine of medical quality is available for easy use. One... Read >
Author: Braylon Wilcox

Hand-held Massager proficient Infrared Massager

07th December 2010
Hand Held Massager Great Infrared Massager is your modern scientifically electronic curing percussion massager device which supply deep also infrared heat that can go through and massage so much below the actual surface of your skin to generate a soothing... Read >
Author: Massage Cushion

Shoulder Exercises to Relieve Shoulder Pain

27th April 2010
Shoulder exercises to relieve shoulder pain and injury must always be done with the guidance of an expert therapist who understand the abstract structure as well as function of shoulder joints. These exercises must repeatedly be done to recover quickly fr... Read >
Author: realexpert20

Hip Bone Problems and Treatment

16th March 2010
Your hip is one of the major joints of your body where your thigh bone meets your pelvis bone. The hips are also known as ball-and-socket joints and that's because the ball-like top of your thigh bone moves within a cup-like space in your pelvis. In fact,... Read >
Author: Amit Kothiyal

Hip Braces- How Can They Help Relieve Your Hip Pain?

24th February 2010
Hip can be a result of the following conditions and injuries; arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, strains and fractures. Hip pain may also be caused by a condition called osteonecrosis. Osteonecrosis occurs when the blood flow to the hip bone is restricte... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Home Remedies for Joint Pain and Beneficial Joint Pain Tips

18th January 2010
Joint pain is one of the Arthritis symptoms. It affects one or extra joints. It is caused by a diversity of injuries or conditions. Joint pain may be caused by the irritation of the bursae called bursitis. The bursae are fluid-filled sacs that pillow and ... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

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

Taking A Look At The Biofreeze Gel 3 Oz. Roll-on

30th July 2009
Back pain costs Americans roughly $50 billion in medical care, disability payments and pain relief products each year. More than six million people suffer from mechanical lower back pain alone. Next to cancer and heart disease, back pain is one of the mos... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Knee Ache Causes - Conservative Treament Options

03rd March 2009
How are your knees feeling?Do you have pain now, or does it come and go?The knee, one of the largest and most intricate joints in the body, is often taken for granted. People use their knees everyday in almost every activity they perform. Yet, they do not... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Physiotherapy Treatment of Piriformis Syndrome

21st October 2008
Physiotherapists and other manual therapists recognise piriformis syndrome as a cause of buttock and leg pain which sometimes simulates sciatic symptoms. The piriformis muscle is very close to the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock and nerve comp... Read >
Author: David Ravech

How To Deal With Painful Corns

25th July 2008
The accumulation of the dead skin cells lead to corns on the foot, which causes the area to harden and thicken. These look like projections of the feet. It has a cone-shaped core with a point, which can press on a nerve below causing pain. These are very ... Read >
Author: Maasi Smith
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