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In case you have Been The Victim Of A Spinal Cord Injury Then you Really need to Read This And Make

01st November 2012
There are some types of injuries which can draw an end to a profession. We understand that the athletes are prone to injuries as a result of forms of games they are acquainted with, but that does not rule out the chance for the widespread folks of acquiri... Read >
Author: muhammad.irfan

Cervical Spine Disorder treatment medical tourism Singapore

22nd March 2012
We must have seen many people around us who have suffered from neck pain at some point or the other. Sometimes one tends to ignore it for days, assuming it to be muscle strain. But, the cause of the pain may be a spine problem which may turn to something ... Read >
Author: bora_priya

Compensation for Slipped Discs Lifting at work can lead to Slipped Discs in a Worker's Back

12th March 2012
Back injuries are the most common sort of work related injury and account for millions of lost working days each year. A slipped disc in the back is one of the most common types of back complaint that can be triggered by activities such as lifting at work... Read >
Author: Harry Marldon

Radiotherapy Treatment in India at Mumbai and Delhi at Low Cost.

13th January 2012
Radiotherapy Radiotherapy is the use of radiation to treat cancer. The radiotherapy is targeted at the part of your body where the cancer has been found. Your care will be adapted to meet your individual needs and may differ from what is described here... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

An Introduction to REM Sleep and the Other 4 Stages of Sleep

04th January 2012
Throughout the night while we're sleeping, our bodies go through 5 stages of sleep - stages one through four, called non-REM sleep and the last stage called REM sleep. REM stands for rapid eye movement and it refers to the rapid action of our eyes during... Read >
Author: Reese Richards

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

Blood Cancer (Leukemia) Treatment In India At Mumbai At Low Cost

16th November 2011
Blood Cancer (Leukemia) - The goal of treatment for Blood Cancer (Leukemia) is to destroy the leukemia cells and allow normal cells to form in your bone marrow. Treatment decisions are based on the type and subtype of leukemia you have, its stage, and... Read >
Author: pankaj

Spine Surgery India,Cost Spine Surgery Mumbai India,Spine Surgeon

18th October 2011
Overview Spine Surgery India, Cost Spine Surgery Mumbai India, Spine Surgeon, Spinal Surgery Hospital India, Spinal Surgery In New Delhi, Spine Surgery, Spine Treatment, Spine Surgery Hospitals Spine surgery is rarely an initial treatment for back pa... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Sensory Ataxia Surgery,Low Cost Sensory Ataxia Surgery Delhi India

17th October 2011
Sensory Ataxia Surgery Sensory ataxia is both a symptom and a sign in neurology. It is a form of ataxia (loss of coordination) caused not by cerebellar dysfunction but by loss of sensory input into the control of movement. Sensory ataxia is di... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Slipped Disc Back Injuries And How They Occur At Work

13th June 2011
Discs are circular pads of connective tissue which separate the individual vertebrae in the spine.They act as cushions or shock absorbers between the bones, providing stability and mobility in the back. When the strong outer shell of a disc is penetrated,... Read >
Author: gavinalecron

Will Disc Replacement Surgery Help in the Treatment of Cervical Radiculopathy?

01st June 2011
Disc replacement is a surgical procedure that is an option for treating cervical radiculopathy a herniated disc in the neck area. The procedure has seen more success on the cervical region, but is also prescribed for the lumbar, or lower back area. Appr... Read >
Author: Jennifer

Massage for Spina Bifida

28th March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Liddle Kidz Foundation Infant and Children's Pediatric Massage Spina Bifida Defined Spina Bifida is a birth defect of the central nervous system, where the bones of the spine do not completely form, leaving part of the spinal cord... Read >
Author: Tina Allen Liddle Kidz Foundation

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

22551, 22552 Boost Your Arthrodesis Accuracy

05th January 2011
Additional neurostimulator and arthrodesis codes are two of the plusses in the new and revised codes your orthopedic practice will have in the coming year. As a matter of fact, CPT will come up with 200 plus new codes in 2011 and revise over 90 codes to... Read >
Author: James Smith

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy & Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

13th December 2010
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) is a painful nerve problem that often occurs in the hand or foot after being injured. RSD is also known as complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) and is very complex and painful. Symptoms of Reflex Sympathetic... Read >
Author: LBuckfire
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