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Neurosurgery Coding: Pin Down Headache Dx Choice with These Tips

30th March 2011
Does your neurosurgery practice provide greater occipital nerve blocks? If so, don't let your neurosurgery coding turn into a headache. Confirm specifics about the patient's headache and the service your provider offered to pinpoint the proper diagnosi... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Cauda Equina Syndrome and Medical Negligence

23rd March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn Cauda Equina Syndrome is a relatively rare condition. There are only about 100 new cases of this syndrome annually in England but it is estimated that at least 10% of these are mismanaged and involve litigation against th... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

Electro Flex Circulation Booster - For an improved lifestyle

08th February 2011
Many people suffer from health problems that are because of poor blood circulation. These problems include heart diseases, varicose veins, coronary problems, cardiovascular problems, pain and swelling on legs or other parts of the body. But most of the pe... Read >
Author: shaily

Some Health Risks Of Being A Call Center Agent

15th December 2010
A call canter agent spends almost nine hours a day sitting in front of the computer. According to studies, 9 to 5 jobs can pose some risks to the health, particularly those that require graveyard shifts. Not only do they disrupt the body’s natural cycle, ... Read >
Author: Phillip Eastwood

Living With An Alcoholic Mother – Preserve Your Sanity

30th July 2010
While you are living with an alcoholic mother, it's totally normal for you to experience burning anger and resentment. You have suffered her vindictive, abusive behavior every time she's been drinking. You have had to take care of her when she has been ri... Read >
Author: Bobby Jones

Hypoxia and Sensory Neuropathy

15th July 2010
In all neuropathy cases, regardless of the caused, the common link appears to be Hypoxia. This is one amazing discovery that I've learn while working with Dr. David Phillips. Hypoxia is a word used to describe loss of oxygen. This is a condition where ... Read >
Author: John Hayes Jr

Herniated Disc - Self Diagnosis and Natural Treatment

08th July 2010
Amazingly, lower back pain is one of the top reasons for work absence. If you suffer with lower back pain it is a good idea to educate yourself on the many causes and options for treatment. With this knowledge you have a better chance of alleviating the p... Read >
Author: Richard Parry

Back Surgery cost vs. Spinal Decompression cost?

30th June 2010
Spinal Decompression for treating neck and back pain due to herniated disc is a non-surgical, non-invasive, and cost efficient treatment. There are no needles, drugs or surgery. The treatments are perfomed quickly and you do not get unclothed. Individ... Read >
Author: drnahali

What Is Underarm Pain?

21st May 2010
Pain in the underarm region is felt in the form of a burning or stinging sensation. It can be accompanied by numbness. This pain can shoot up to the shoulder and the hand as well. Underarm pain can be irritating and quit distracting. It can be controlled ... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Treatments and Compensation for Work-Related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

05th May 2010
Carpal tunnel syndrome is much more than just a sore wrist; it is an extremely painful and sometimes debilitating condition. Most often, carpal tunnel syndrome is caused and aggravated by the repetitive actions required by job duties, such as using a comp... Read >
Author: alittleadvice

The Tragedy of the Thalidomide Drug

26th March 2010
Today we are all aware that some diseases and medications can have adverse effects during pregnancy both for the mother and the unborn child. Unfortunately, this knowledge comes with a tragically high price, having come from one of the most horrific medic... Read >
Author: Geraldo Bowers

Best Back Braces & Supports for Sciatica Pain

26th February 2010
What is Sciatica? This term is used to describe the pain that runs along the length of the sciatic nerve. This nerve runs from the pelvis through your hips and buttocks and down to each of your legs. It is the longest nerve in the body. It is also used to... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Understanding "Foot-Drop" and Peroneal Neuropathy

18th February 2010
Also within this tunnel the common peroneal nerve splits into two branches, the "deep peroneal nerve" (farther from the leg's surface) and the "superficial peroneal nerve" (closer to the leg's surface). Because the two branches have different connections ... Read >
Author: Nathaniel Pollard

Best Back Braces & Supports for a Herniated Disc

16th February 2010
What Is a herniated disc? Some people have back pain because of a herniated disc. You may have this condition if you have had a spinal disc rupture. When a spinal disc ruptures, some of the disc moves outside of its normal boundaries. A spinal disc usuall... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Amygdala and Fear

16th February 2010
The Amygdala and Fear are thought to be associated to one another. The Amygdala is the name of the collection of nuclei found in the frontal portions of the temporal lobes within the brain. Occasionally, there can be incapacitating problems associat... Read >
Author: mokiwigirl
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