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Seven Podiatrist Recommended Heel Pain Remedies

05th June 2013
Heel pain is a very common problem that may be chronic and hard to treat. Generally it is the result of a condition referred to as plantar fasciitis that occurs when the thick tendon on the bottom from the feet gets stretched after which swollen as well a... Read >
Author: Chris Martin

Mechanism of a Spinning Wheel

31st March 2011
The importance of textile in human endeavor is timeless. Its use in the manufacture of clothing, floor carpets, blankets and the like is extensively in demand for generations simply because it produces a common group of primary commodities. Even during th... Read >
Author: Sophie Mcfadden

Muscle spindle - ground drilling machine - China earth drilling equipment

14th February 2011
Anatomy Muscle spindles are found within the belly of muscles, embedded in extrafusal muscle fibers. Note that "fusus" is the Latin word for spindle. Muscle spindles are composed of 3-12 intrafusal muscle fibers, of which there are three types: dynamic ... Read >
Author: bnn

What Causes Nighttime Shoulder Pain - Know the Techniques to Treat it This Year

01st September 2010
The cause of your nighttime shoulder pain is when the top of your arm pinches the superspinatus tendon which results to impairing blood circulation. This relational deprivation of blood and oxygen to the superspinatus leads to inflammation, which causes t... Read >
Author: Kelly Love

Why Do My Joints Pop And Crack?

05th August 2010
One of the most common questions people often ask me is"why does my neck crack?" or "why does my knee joint pop? There are usually three main reasons why a person's joints will make those cracking and popping sounds. Perth chiropractor Stacey Burke discus... Read >
Author: Dr. Stacey Burke Doctor of Chiropractic

5 Best Tips To Get Rid Of Saddlebags

30th July 2010
If you're a woman, you've most certainly heard of the phrase "saddle bags". Saddlebags, a term we use to describe fat stored around the hips, thighs and butt, are very common in women. Unfortunately, spot reducing fat around the hips and thighs, or any ot... Read >
Author: Charles

Knee Pain Causes And Remedies That You Must Know About

05th July 2010
Years of stooping, kneeling and running around certainly takes a toll on your knees, and women have it especially bad: Studies revealed women are up to 6 times more likely than men to suffer from knee injuries such as ACL tears. Got an achy, creaky or wea... Read >
Author: Rob Pennington

Using an Ultrasound Therapy Machine to Treat Tendonitis at Home

30th June 2010
Located at the ends of muscles, tendons attach muscle to bones. While tendons are inherently resilient, they can be easily torn or injured because they are located at sites of limited blood flow and constant tugging, and are not very flexible. Small tendo... Read >
Author: C.Beggs, EZUltrasound.com

Pros and Cons of Lottery Win

27th April 2010
Lottery, the game of luck, the all-time buzz word in the world is a very attractive way to get rich instantly. Many needy people, lazy people, crazy people invest a lot of money into chasing luck. But, nobody knows the secret of making luck chase them thr... Read >
Author: alexp

Alexander Zass - Isometrics Exerciser

23rd April 2010
Alexander Zass, who was also identified as being the -- Amazing Samson -- is considered being the father of modern-day isometric exercises. It really is believed that he developed his amazing physique while a prisoner of war. He had been chained by his... Read >
Author: Robert Deangelo

Rotator Cuff Injuries

05th March 2010
Most commonly, rotator cuff injuries are associated with situations of overuse in athletes such as swimmers and tennis players. However, this is also a common injury in car accidents. In the case of athletes, the injury to the rotator cuff is a slow, prog... Read >
Author: Jason Epstein

Hand Braces for DeQuervain's Tendonitis- What Are the Best Ones?

18th February 2010
What are the causes of DeQuervain's Tendonitis? Overuse and new repetitive activities are a cause. The condition causes an irritaion of the tendona at the base of the thumb. What are the symptoms of DeQuervain's Tendonitis? If you have pain in your whe... Read >
Author: J. Pal

How You Can Treat Tendonitis Before It Inflames

29th December 2009
Shoulder tendonitis is the inflammation of the tendons around the shoulder's rotator cuff and upper bicep area. Shoulder tendonitis is usually developed by sports and activities that require you to lift your hands above your head repeatedly. Common activi... Read >
Author: Reed Carney

Extra Bones In The Human Foot: A Common Finding

17th December 2009
Extra foot bones? The truth is, some people do have extra bones in their feet. Most of the time, one would never notice that they had these extra bones present in their feet. Usually smaller than an almond and well hidden in the depth of the foot, thes... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

Rotator Cuff Therapy Fixed My Shoulder Without Surgery

26th November 2009
Rotator cuff problems come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You can Get anything from a mild sprain to a full thickness tear or a shoulder impingement, all of them are caused by problems with the rotator cuff to some extent and all of them will involve r... Read >
Author: Nick Bryant
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