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Diabetic Foot Care

31st August 2012
People often take their mobility for granted, but foot problems can cause physical as well as emotional pain. Foot problems can cause pain and weakness in feet, but they can also cause mental anguish by robbing people of the ability to move around freely.... Read >
Author: Oliver Johnson

How Much Does An Artificial Leg Cost? - Below Knee Prosthetics - Specialists To Help You

11th May 2011
Have you suffered an amputation of your leg, above or below your knee? Are you an individual that has lost their leg and want to walk better again? Yes, as you already know, this is not an easy subject to deal with for everyone. Amputation is an em... Read >
Author: Daniel Rinella, CO

Self Esteem After Leg Amputation

24th August 2010
A myriad of questions... I haven't done any kind of surveys, or talked to other amputees about this. But I'm sure that when a person is told they have to lose a leg, their self-esteem takes a nose-dive. Of course, when I was first told I wondered wha... Read >
Author: George Rountree III a.k.a. "Mr. G"

Dog can't stand up or walk and having trouble raising

29th May 2010
Limb paralysis is a very common condition in dogs which can occur both in fore leg or hind leg, but more common in hind legs. Various reasons for hind limb paralysis are trauma due to accident or fall from height or fight among animals. Other common cause... Read >
Author: Innovation India

Surgery Femoro-Popliteal Bypass,Cost Fem-Pop Bypass Surgery

22nd April 2010
General Surgery Femoro-Popliteal Bypass India offers information on Femoro-Popliteal Bypass in India, Femoro-Popliteal Bypass cost India, Femoro-Popliteal Bypass hospital in India, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad & Bangalore, Femoro-Popliteal Bypass Su... Read >
Author: We Care Health Services

Surgery Femoro-Femoral Bypass,Cost Femoro-Femoral Bypass Surgery

22nd April 2010
General Surgery Femoro-Femoral Bypass India offers information on Femoro-Femoral Bypass in India, Femoro-Femoral Bypass cost India, Femoro-Femoral Bypass hospital in India, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad & Bangalore, Femoro-Femoral Bypass Surgeon in I... Read >
Author: We Care Health Services

Cutting and Self Injury - Issues and Intervention in Adolescence

20th April 2010
Introduction The lone voyage of self-destruction is becoming all too common. As a teenager, I experienced its sadness along with several of my closest friends. This painful and devastating issue is now close to me once again, as my 5 year old daughter ... Read >
Author: concernedparent

Baby Crib Defect Resulting to Accidents

11th March 2010
A child's safety should always be a top of priority of parents as well as the manufacturers of products that they commonly use. Ironically, a lot of reported child death is a result of defective products that manufacturers have failed to control and k... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Alternative Treatment Center for Diabetic Wound

19th January 2010
Introduction Our Alternative Treatment Centre for Diabetic Wound provides an option to diabetics suffering from diabetes wounds and foot ulcers whether to solve their problems at our centre or at other conventional clinic and hospital. Our centre provi... Read >
Author: Yaakob Ahmad

Does Smoking Make Diabetic Foot Problems Worse?

18th June 2009
Let me begin with a disclaimer. I believe that everyone has a right to make their own personal decisions and choices about their health and the activities that they enjoy. For example, I personally compete in Ironman triathlons. There are people who belie... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

Bone Fractures and Internal Fixation

29th May 2009
The challenge of fractures through the ages has been how to manage the severe pain, immediate disability and long term sequelae of these acutely presenting emergencies, making broken bones clear priorities due to the large number of incidences. The variet... Read >
Author: David Ravech

How Much is My Hand Injury Claim Worth?

18th May 2009
Today I will be concluding the series of articles that began last week relating to arm injuries. This time we have moved on from the elbow, and the wrist, to the end of the arm - the hand. The hand is the most complex part of the arm, containing 27 bon... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Leg Amputation Compensation - Typical Compensation Claim Figures

29th April 2009
Adapting to life after an amputation can be a very difficult process; you might require specialist help, such as training on the use of an artificial limb, or assistance with tasks such as getting washed and dressed each day. These costs will be recovered... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

The Effects That Amputation Has

26th April 2009
It is hard to think of anything worse than the loss of a limb: the lost quality of life; the loss of autonomy; the pain. Smaller limbs get amputated more frequently than bigger ones, with fingers being the most common. It is less common for a person to ha... Read >
Author: rudi oneil

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
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