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Cervical Corpectomy Surgery in India at Mumbai at low Cost.

23rd January 2012
Article: Anterior Cervical Corpectomy When the cervical disease encompasses more than just the disc space, the surgeon may recommend removal of the vertebral body as well as the disc spaces at either end, to completely decompress the cervical canal.... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Sciatic Nerve Pain: How to Avoid and Prevent

19th July 2011
The discomfort and the sharp pain that is felt due to the compression and pressure on the sciatic nerve is referred to as Sciatica. The sciatic nerve, on the other hand, is known to be the longest nerve of the body that runs from the lowermost portion of ... Read >
Author: Taylor Benjamin

Getting To The Root Of Piriformis Syndrome

17th February 2011
When the Piriformis muscle becomes small or inflamed it might put pressure on nerve roots in the lower back, normally called the 'sciatic nerve'. When this happens it can bring about a severely painful condition called Piriformis Syndrome. Piriformis Synd... Read >
Author: Mitch Tarala

Cervical spondylosis massage

22nd September 2010
Use of massage in cervical spondylosis A) Characteristic signs and symptoms of cervical spondylosis: 1. It is a degenerative condition of cervical spine and is universal in elderly. 2. There is degeneration of inter-vertebral disc and secondary o... Read >
Author: holistic

Treatment of Spinal Conditions in Dogs

15th July 2010
Spinal conditions in dogs can be hard to diagnose. Spinal problems can be related to a number of causes and the symptoms can be overlapping. Treatment of spinal problems is often expensive and many treatments fail at first, especially if the problem has b... Read >
Author: heatlhydog

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

What is Annular Tears?

23rd June 2010
Annular tear is a small tear or damage to the outer layer of the spinal disc which is otherwise known as Annulus Fibrosus. Annular tears can often lead to a herniated disc which may impinge the nerve roots and cause pain in other parts of the body and pro... Read >
Author: Ronsmith509

Dealing With Acute Neck Pain and Torticollis

26th November 2009
An acute wry neck is a condition characterised by sudden onset of severe neck pain accompanied by an involuntary contraction of the neck muscles which leads to an abnormal head posture being maintained. The abnormal posture or torticollis is a symptom of ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

The Effects of Weight on Back Pain

04th August 2009
In society, we are surrounded by small, medium, and large bone structures. The structure of the muscles and bones play a part in how the body is framed as it matures. Weight factors are considered by bone structure also. For instance, a medium-bone woman ... Read >
Author: Richie Lindsay

Physiotherapy Treatment of Sciatica

24th November 2008
The Treatment of Sciatica by Physiotherapists by Jonathan Blood Smyth The lumbar nerve roots emerge from the spine and at this point they are vulnerable to impingement from a disc prolapse, causing inflammation and/or compression of the nerve and the ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Lysine for Cold Sores - How Do I Use It For My Cold Sore?

15th August 2008
Lysine cold sores? Yes, lysine is an amazing cold sore treatment - if you use it correctly. You will not experience good results if you use lysine for cold sores the way many do.Lysine for cold sores, without a doubt, has been well documented as one very ... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Sciatic Nerve Pain – What are the Symptoms and Causes?

24th July 2008
Sciatica or sciatic nerve pain is a term often used to describe all sorts of back pain. In fact, less than 5% of people who suffer from lower back pain will have sciatica. Sciatica is caused by a sciatic nerve irritation. This is most commonly caused b... Read >
Author: Paula Fitzpatrick

Sciatica Versus Piriformis Syndrome

28th March 2008
Sciatica and piriformis syndrome can seem quite similar, parularly in terms of symptoms, and this similarity in how they feel has caused considerable confusion for doctors and patients alike. Some individuals have stated that they are actually the same th... Read >
Author: Dr. George Best

The Causes and Treatments for IBS Paresthesia

11th February 2008
Paresthesia is having a sensation of pricking, tingling or numbness of the skin with no apparent cause.  The feeling of needles and pins can literally drive a person up a wall.  I know because I not only suffer from diabetic neuropathy but paresthesia ... Read >
Author: Jessica Bradbury

How To Use Magnetic Therapy To Treat The Pain Associated With Cervical Spondylosis

13th March 2007
What is Spondylosis? Spondylosis (spinal osteoarthritis) is a degenerative disorder that may cause loss of normal spinal structure and function. Although aging is the primary cause, the location and rate of degeneration is individual. The degenerative... Read >
Author: debbie shimadry
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