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Painful Foot Problems that the Right Shoes Can Improve

31st August 2012
Foot pain affects people of all ages and from all walks of life. Even minor foot problems can have a huge impact on life, especially for those who work in professions that require them to stand or walk for long hours. In many cases, foot pain or discomfor... Read >
Author: Oliver Johnson

Easy Non-Invasive Steps To Bone Spur Relief

30th January 2012
As our bodies age, regrettably there are particular factors we certainly have certainly no power over. Have you ever experienced typically the disagreeable sensation of a bone spur, if so what happens I mean. You really are unable to control it! It's ... Read >
Author: William Smithson

Coccyx Problems

07th December 2011
Many of today's medical texts tell us the coccyx fuses into one rigid segment by adulthood in nearly all people. Nevertheless, several well-designed studies have shown that a normal coccyx should have two or three movable parts that gently curve forward a... Read >
Author: Erik Dalton

Rugby Kit- A popular kit for contact sport

25th August 2011
Rugby is a very popular sport. A strong team spirit, proper coordination and perfect sportsmanship are needed in this game. The concept of true teams is fading slowly and gradually in many countries. The reason behind this lack of team spirit is social ba... Read >
Author: JohnWright

Steelcase Leap Chair The Extra Ordinary Comfortable Chair

19th April 2011
Here we present to you a black Steelcase Leap Chair , a fine piece of furniture for your office, study, studio or work-station. This leap chair is a promise of comfort, luxury, opulence and most of all, a good posture. Most of us, while working on importa... Read >
Author: shanejacson

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

Pain From Nerve Injuries in Dancers

17th February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Foot & Ankle Alliance Dancers, by profession, are required to perform in ways that place stress and pressure against nerves. They can stretch out and do exercises for dance injury prevention, but dance injury statistics show that the... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Advantages of Oxinium Knee Replacement

10th January 2011
Apart from different types of osteoporosis, cartilage defects, torn ligament or meniscus can also lead to excruciating pain in the knee joints. Generally, inflammation or severe pain in the knee joint happens due to the wear and tear of its weight-bearing... Read >
Author: jessica

How to Give a Good Sports Massage

25th November 2010
How to Give a Good Sports Massage The sports massage is one of the most intense of all types of massages. You are going to have to make sure that the athlete is always in the best of shape and that their muscles are all properly warmed up, loose and li... Read >
Author: tonymarkoss

Women in Menopause Stage are more Prone to Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

25th August 2010
Surprisingly so, women of all ages are more prone to shoulder injuries than men despite the fact that more men play sports and engage in rigorous activities. Of course, the tendency of getting injured gets higher for women as they get older due to changes... Read >
Author: timothy

A Lump In the Sole of the Foot: Plantar Fibromas Explained

19th April 2010
Anytime one feels a lump in the body, mental alarm bells ring out with fears of cancer. This natural reaction is fairly universal for most people. When the lump is felt in the bottom of the foot, where it can cause pain with every step, the fear can be ev... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

Back Pain & Sciatica - Feeling The Pain

23rd March 2010
Most pain is felt in the joints or the point where a muscle attaches to the bone. With the back for example, although the upper back is by no means excluded, it is the lower joints that seem to be much more susceptible to pain because this is the centre o... Read >
Author: Steve Lockhart

Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Neuropathy Information

22nd January 2010
Seven years later in 1895, when Freud wrote up his self-observations for a German medical journal, the abnormal sensations were still present, but had migrated. At first, the area of disturbance had been more noticeable near the top of the thigh, but grad... Read >
Author: Marvin Cervantes

Sore Feet? - How the Benefits of Reflexology Can Help Ease Your Foot Pain

25th November 2009
For those suffering the daily trials of sore feet and foot pain, reflexology can be of immense assistance. Your feet are actually more sensitive and receptive to touch than your hands because they contain a large array of nerve endings, approximately s... Read >
Author: abdalesales

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome: Causes Of and Treatment For This Common Foot Condition

23rd November 2009
Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a common foot condition that can be quite disabling. Similar to carpal tunnel syndrome in the wrists, this painful disease can cause numbness, burning, tingling, and shooting pain to the bottom of the foot and heel. Pain is felt ... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM
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