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Dizziness and Balance Disorders

25th July 2012
Dizziness and balance disorders are common and may be dangerous! If you are experiencing issues with dizziness, lightheadedness, or are just feeling off-balanced, you should contact an audiologist or otolaryngologist (ENT) as soon as possible! Inner ear d... Read >
Author: eastendhearing

Progression Of MS

09th February 2012
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks itself, specifically the myelin, which is located in our central nervous system as a layer of substance protecting the nerve fibers. Lesions or scars will appear in different areas o... Read >
Author: MarkusBrugger

Cyberknife treatment for Trigeminal neuralgia

24th November 2010
Trigeminal neuralgia is a neurophatic disorder also known as tic doulourex or prosopalgia. This pain originates in one of the three trigeminal nerves, T1, T2, and T3 and possibly with cranial nerve V, a mixed cranial nerve responsible for sensory and moto... Read >
Author: ColoradoCyberknife

What Causes Foot Drop?

16th July 2009
A person with foot drop is unable to lift the front part of his foot (a movement known as dorsiflexion). When a person with foot drop attempts to walk, the foot will slap down on the floor. The affected person may try to accommodate the condition by walki... Read >
Author: kentsmith

How to Stop Dizziness with a Homeopathic Remedy

30th June 2009
Dizziness may be related to Miniere's disease. This can be one of the reasons a disorder of the inner ear can affect your hearing sensitivity and balance. These conditions have to be suspected and ruled out before undertaking homeopathic treatment for... Read >
Author: Cecilia

Secured Life

10th March 2009
Want" Peace of mind"? Get a life insurance for critical illness. Why is it important to have a Life Insurance policy for critical illness? In United Kingdom 1 in every 5 men and 1 in every 6 women suffer from critical illness before the normal age of r... Read >
Author: secured life

Treatment for Paralysis

03rd December 2008
No one today is unfamiliar of the word "paralysis". Paralysis is the condition where a person loses complete control over a limb or muscle group. Paralysis occurs when your brain doesn't become able to control the movement of a muscle because of some dama... Read >
Author: Rajiv Singh

The Bladder - Urge Incontinence (Overactive Bladder)

25th June 2008
STEP 0. DO NOTHINGAs the majority of cases of urge incontinence are idiopathic, that is, they have no known cause, even after extensive testing, spare yourself the health risks of invasive tests.STEP 1. COLLECT INFORMATION It is estimated that 34 milli... Read >
Author: Susun Weed

Aaron Solowoniuk - Living with MS

28th March 2008
If you are a Canadian radio listener under the age of 30, the odds are pretty good that you have heard of the band Billy Talent (we are not saying that people over 30 haven`t heard of the band, just that you are less likely to, and more power to you if yo... Read >
Author: Rob Parker

Pancreatin Enzymes Are Key To The Reduction Of Pain And Inflammation

18th April 2007
With more than 50 million Americans suffering from chronic headaches, back pain, muscle strain, and arthritis, along with pain from chronic illnesses including diabetes, lupus, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis, and another 25 million dealing with acut... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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