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Dislocated Shoulder Exercises

To understand why the dislocated shoulder joint is the most common accident that people come across, you have to first understand the anatomy of the shoulder. The shoulder joint essentially consists of two bones that are joined in the form of a ball and a socket. The socket lies in the shoulder blade, while the…

Shoulder Dislocation

A joint dislocation occurs when the two joint surfaces, which normally sit in intimate contact with each other, are wrenched away from each other to lie apart without any relationship. Joints have a surrounding ligamentous bag called a joint capsule and this can be typically injured as the surfaces force their way past each other.…

Bone Healing with Laser Therapy Treatments

Low-level laser therapy is a painless and noninvasive treatment which uses a laser device that is cleared for the general market by FDA regulations.  This device puts out a low intensity phonic energy that works at the cell and tissue levels to reduce pain and swelling, and promote healing.   Among many other purposes, low-level…

Natural Ways To Strengthen A Fractured Bone

Question: My 15-year-old son broke his collarbone five weeks ago. He was discharged from the fracture clinic this week and told he could run but not take part in any sport for eight weeks. He is a goalkeeper for a soccer team, and due for trails. Can you suggest anything to help the bone continue…

Cerebral Palsy Types – Ataxic and Spastic Palsy

The name cerebral comes from the two halves of the brain. The other name of this condition, palsy refers to any disorder that affects the body’s movement. Cerebral palsy conditions are all related to the areas of the brain that are associated with the motor systems that control body movement. These areas have either been…

Bell’s Palsy: Sudden and Scary, But Treatable

Bell’s Palsy is named after a Sir Charles Bell, a Scottish surgeon who lived in the 19th century and who first recognized the disease. The main symptom of Bell’s Palsy is damage to one of the facial nerves, resulting in a temporary paralysis of the face. This symptom of Bell’s Palsy usually effects only one…

Hernia -causes, Symptoms, Treatment

What is HerniaA hernia is a protrusion of a tissue, structure, or part of an organ through the muscular tissue or the membrane by which it is normally contained. The hernia has three parts: the orifice through which it herniates, the hernial sac, and its contents.A hernia (rupture) is usually noticed as a lump, commonly…

SKULL FRACTURES CAUSES,COMPLICATIONS AND TREATMENT

The first concern in a skull fracture is possible damage to the brain rather than the fracture itself; therefore, the injury is considered a neurosurgical condition. Signs and symptoms reflect the severity and extent of the head injury. Skull fractures may be simple (closed) or compound (open) and may displace bone fragments. They’re also described…

Bulging Lumbar Disc

Being fairly common in both young adults and older people, bulging disc can affect just about anyone. Most times they are not a cause for panic and are often discovered by accident while having another medical problem examined. Abnormalities, such as bulging or protruding discs, are seen at high rates on MRIs in patients both…

How Does A Pinched Nerve Cause Back Pain?

What is a pinched nerve and how does it cause back pain? We have all heard the term either from a doctor or friend. If like me you suffer from an aching back then you maybe a victim of a pinched nerve. All you know is it hurts! All you care about is finding a way…

Complete Information on Congenital Torticollis

“Congenital” means a condition which is present at the birth. The congenital torticollis occurs or little time after to the birth. This is known as a torticollis muscular congenital. The congenital torticollis occurs when the muscle of neck to the top which races and towards the back of the neck of your baby (muscle of…

Clinical Analysis of Acute Laryngitis

Inflammation of the larynx may result from bacterial or viral infection or inhalation of irritant gases. Unaccustomed overuse of the voice leads to edema of the vocal cords. Laryngitis is characterized by hoarseness and loss of voice. Irritant nonproductive cough may be present. Treatment consists of rest to the voice, steam inhalations, avoidance of smoking,…

How to Treat Sore Throat Naturally

Strep throat is inflammation of the throat, tonsils and lymph nodes due to infection with group A streptococcus bacteria. Strep throat is very common during the flu seasons and it can be preceded by mild symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing or cough. The incubation period of strep throat is around 3-5 days and most…

Home Remedies For Tonsillitis

Tonsils play an important role in our body by preventing infection to enter our body. Even though many may tend to forget its importance but we can’t deny the facts. We always tend to think tonsils as the cause of disease instead of tonsillitis. Tonsillitis is the inflammation of tonsils which can be identified by…