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Ultrasound Devices, Where The Recovery process Begins

20th October 2011
A much better and more hassle-free way of obtaining rehabilitation along with treatment for inflammation and pain is now open to anyone with the usage of an affordable and safe home ultrasound appliance. Before now only chiropractors, physiotherapists and... Read >
Author: VaughnFrank

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

Cure Guitar carpal tunnel syndrome with finger weights

06th September 2010
Are you a professional guitarist? Then you must be having a habit of playing guitar for hours and hours continuously? Have you ever realized the seriousness of this thing? You must be enjoying the fun of playing guitar in the concerts or shows. But have y... Read >
Author: Pardhi Media Marketing

Why Electric Staplers Are Incredibly Useful

18th August 2010
Sometimes in life you have no idea what you have been missing out on and then it just hits you. Until now you might have been thinking that it is completely normal for stapling to be an uncomfortable chore. This is not the case with electric staplers, ... Read >
Author: Madhar

The Treatments of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - 5 Successful Methods

06th July 2010
Many people are now in search of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome treatments. Debates have been ensuing on the diagnosis of the symptoms associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Most of these concerns originated from office workers, pianists, drummers, writers and m... Read >
Author: Hans Richardson

How to sit in front of a Computer

07th June 2010
Sitting at a computer for long periods of time can take a toll on your body. By not sitting in the correct position, it is easy to end up with back pain, neck pain, knee pains, and a tingling of the hands and fingers. This could easily turn into Carpal Tu... Read >
Author: Rudy cote

Morality and Ethics and Computers

29th April 2010
There are many different sides to the discussion on moral and ethical uses of computers. In many situations, the morality of a particular use of a computer is up to the individual to decide. For this reason, absolute laws about ethical computer usage is... Read >
Author: iTech Troubleshooter

Requirements for an Ergonomic Mouse

12th April 2010
It is a well known fact that neck, shoulders, arms and hands complaints (NSAH)* frequently occur. Working with a conventional computer mouse may result in complaints like tingling, pain and /or obstruction of the blood flow to and from the arms and hands.... Read >
Author: Sjoerd Eisma

Overused Muscles and Chronic Injuries

18th February 2010
endurance the muscle will have. Chronically tight, restrictive muscles just don't function very well and they impinge structures around and beneath them such as nerves and blood vessels, causing disorders like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cubital Tunnel Syndro... Read >
Author: Nathaniel Pollard

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Video Games: The Facts

18th December 2009
The latest technology in video gaming is growing rapidly. Many people, mostly young individuals, are hooked in playing different video games. They are enjoying the advantages of the newest entertainment trend and spend most of their times in front of thei... Read >
Author: Emerson Swanson

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

Occupational Injuries and Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
There is less occupational injury going on in the last few years than before. This is partly because of the influence of physiotherapy on the workplace. Physiotherapy principles are being used to design better work places and work habits. They are also im... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Bowling Wrist Pain Helped With Gymnastic Wrist Supports

18th June 2009
Why does wrist pain develop? This article explains how wrist pain occurs, and how gymnastic wrist supports are used to protect your wrists. In summary you can help prevent (and help heal) gymnastic and other wrist pain by wearing the best high quality gym... Read >
Author: Drew Murray

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

Motorcycle Gloves against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

19th October 2005
Motorcycle gloves function is not as simple as we imagine it. Riders fall and when they do, they will most likely need some sort of protection to lessen the impact of collision to the ground. The road is concrete, hard and able to cause great injury. It c... Read >
Author: maricon williams
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