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Bone Spur and its Causes

05th January 2010
However, it is not as hard as a bone it is smooth. Causes of Bone Spur Most of the time form due to the need of the body to repair itself causing the formation of another bone. It is brought about by pressure and long term rubbing and stress in that area.... Read >
Author: harryjackson9

What Is Ankle Impingement

17th December 2009
Ankle impingement is a condition whereby the patient suffers from a restriction in their ankle movement due either to a bony or soft tissue problem. The typical causes of this condition are usually irritation of the capsule or synovial membrane of the ank... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Should You Pop That Pimple? The Answer Plus 6 Simple Acne Treatments

05th October 2009
I absolutely love advice that comes from people who have actually experienced success with what they are advising me to do. Treating severe acne is one of those times when all we need to do is listen to some advice about common sense skin care from acne v... Read >
Author: Jim DeSantis

Deformities that Affect the Little Toe

25th September 2009
The fifth toe on our foot takes a lot of abuse largely thanks to the fashionable shoes we wear. This little toe is squeezed, squashed, smashed and shoved into footwear of all shapes and sizes. The unfortunate results are foot deformities and injuries that... Read >
Author: jane baron

Buttocks/Gluteal/Butt Augmentation In The Philippines : Affordable Cost, Before and After Results

19th August 2009
Buttocks Augmentation Gluteal Implants or commonly referred to as buttock or butt implants, are either a soft solid silicon block or silicon shell containing cohesive silicon gel. Both types of implant are safe, it does not cause any allergic or toxic... Read >
Author: Rino Lorenzo

Which is the Best Pain Medication for Hip Degenerative Joint Disease?

04th August 2009
This article is my opinion which is the best pain medication for people with hip degenerative joint disease. What I am saying is based on reports from my patients as well as my own experience as an DJD sufferer myself. As a Chiropractor I do believe the l... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Hip Degenerative Joint Disease: should you do physical therapy for hip degenerative joint disease?

04th August 2009
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

What is a Bunionectomy?

13th May 2009
Why Get a Bunionectomy? If you have a painful bunion that is making it difficult for you to carry on normal functions in your life, you should address the problem. The first step will be to get a referral to visit a foot doctor, also called a podiatris... Read >
Author: vishuxpert

Canine Elbow Dysplasia

13th May 2009
Canine elbow dysplasia effects more than fifty large breed dogs. Over the years, evidence of these joint problems has increased, the exact cause is unknown, however, many practitioners have a theory that it could possibly be because of poor breeding pract... Read >
Author: Paula Snyder

Bunionectomy Success!

27th April 2009
Are you afraid to even talk to your doctor about bunion surgery? Many patients are very apprehensive about bunion surgery. They have heard horror stories of severe pain and bad outcomes. These are usually not true. Bunion surgery is actually quite success... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Astringent A Skin Care Product

13th March 2009
Astringent is one of those things that everyone has heard of, yet most people do not really know what it is. It's a shame really, because it is something that is beneficial to any skin care routine. Whether your skin is oily or dry, astringent can improve... Read >
Author: Mel Joelle

Treat Back Pain with Herbs and Ayurvedic massage

03rd March 2009
Back pain has become a common problem in recent time. One among every ten persons in our world suffers from back pain. There are many reasons for a patient to experience back ache. Back pain can exist in any one region of the back or in multiple areas at ... Read >
Author: healthtrail4u

The Ethmoid Sinus Disease

17th February 2009
The ethmoid sinus, one of the paranasal sinuses, is the collective name for the ethmoidal air cells.Each ethmoid sinus is an air-space enclosed within the ethmoid bone. The ethmoidal air cells consist of numerous thin-walled cavities situated in the ethmo... Read >
Author: ajcones

Patellofemoral Knee Pain - An Overview - Braces To Add Stability

09th February 2009
Is your kneecap unstable? Do you suffer from knee discomfort at the same time? When you experience either one of these issues, it can be a very unsettling experience. If you have ever had this happen to you, you might be seeing early signs of pat... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Inguinal Hernia – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

13th June 2008
Inguinal hernias occur when soft tissue - usually part of the intestine - protrudes through a weak point or tear in your lower abdominal wall. The resulting bulge of this common condition can be painful - especially when you cough, bend over or lift a hea... Read >
Author: peterhutch
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