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Do I Need Orthopedic Neck Surgery?

Do I Need Orthopedic Neck Surgery?

THERE ARE THREE COMMON ORTHOPEDIC REASONS ONE MAY NEED NECK SURGERY FOR THEIR CERVICAL SPINE:
– A NERVE ROOT NEEDS TO HAVE PRESSURE REMOVED FROM IT BY EXTRACTING DISK, BONE, OR OTHER TISSUE.
– YOUR SPINE IS UNSTABLE AND IS PUTTING YOUR SPINAL CORD AT RISK.
-YOUR SPINAL CORD NEEDS TO BE DECOMPRESSED.

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The Texas Heat and Sports Injuries

The Texas Heat and Sports Injuries

SPORTS MEDICINE IS NOT ALWAYS ABOUT TREATING TORN ACLS AND DISLOCATED SHOULDERS. PREVENTION EFFORTS BEGIN WITH US ASSESSING OUR ENVIRONMENTS AND UNDERSTANDING OUR BODY’S LIMITATIONS WHEN CERTAIN FACTORS ARE PRESENT. IT’S BEEN A BRUTALLY HOT SUMMER IN TEXAS BY ANYONE’S STANDARDS.

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What does your shoulder pain mean?

What does your shoulder pain mean?

LISTED BELOW ARE DESCRIPTIONS OF SEVERAL TYPES OF SHOULDER PAIN ALONG WITH INFORMATION ABOUT EACH TYPE OF PAIN. OF COURSE, THE INTENDED PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS NOT TO DIAGNOSE CERTAIN PAIN YOU MAY BE FEELING, RATHER TO EDUCATE AND INFORM ABOUT THE PAIN YOU MIGHT BE FEELING.

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Thumb Arthritis

Thumb Arthritis

THUMB ARTHRITIS OCCURS IN THE JOINT AT THE BASE OF THE THUMB AND IS A COMMON TYPE OF OSTEOARTHRITIS CAUSED BY NATURAL WEAR AND TEAR OF THE JOINT. THUMB ARTHRITIS IS COMMON WITH AGING AND OCCURS WHEN CARTILAGE WEARS AWAY FROM THE ENDS OF THE BONES THAT FORM THE JOINT AT THE BASE OF YOUR THUMB.

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What To Do About Plantar Fasciitis

What To Do About Plantar Fasciitis

WE ALL LEAD BUSY LIVES AND FOOT PAIN IS NO JOKE AND CAN MAKE A TOUGH DAY EVEN TOUGHER. IF YOU WAKE UP, STEP OUT OF BED, AND YOU ARE GREETED WITH A STABBING PAIN IN YOUR HEEL THAT GETS MILDER OVER THE DAY AS YOU BEGIN TO USE YOUR FOOT, BUT RETURNS IF YOU STAY STILL TOO LONG, THAN YOU MAY HAVE PLANTAR FASCIITIS. WHAT IS PLANTAR FASCIITIS? WHAT DID YOU DO TO CAUSE THIS? WHAT CAN YOU DO TO MAKE IT GO AWAY? HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET BACK TO THE LIFE YOU LOVE?

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Muscle sprain Vs. Strain

Muscle sprain Vs. Strain

A SPRAIN IS AN INJURY TO A LIGAMENT, THE TOUGH, FIBROUS TISSUE THAT CONNECTS BONES TO OTHER BONE. LIGAMENT INJURIES INVOLVE A STRETCHING OR A TEARING OF THIS TISSUE. A STRAIN IS AN INJURY TO EITHER A MUSCLE OR A TENDON, THE TISSUE THAT CONNECTS MUSCLES TO BONES.

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