Musculoskeletal Diseases & Conditions
From broken patella to walking again, tips and strategies that helped me to cope and recover from my injury
With gout, particularly recurring gout, you need to know which gout foods to eat and which to avoid. Here's a list of good gout foods and bad gout foods to help you break free from gout.
This piece conveys the angst and curiosity faced by a woman beset with unusual physical pain. She learns later that she needs total hip replacement surgery.
Arthritis can be seen on a knee x-ray if you know what to look for. This article shows multiple knee x-ray views and points out the signs of arthritis
If you have a curved spine, but it's not bad enough for surgery, these three fixes may help you.
Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common condition and is responsible for a significant proportion of shoulder related doctor visits. Impingement can be a primary condition but is also a common secondary...
The final(I think)in the articles on Frozen Shoulder. In this one, I discuss the methods I've found to avoid irritating the injury further, and some things you can do to help yourself heal quickly and regain full range...
Total hip replacement precautions refer to the positions or movements that must be avoided following total hip replacement surgery in order to prevent a painful hip dislocation. Total hip replacement precautions include...
Jerry collected $Billions from 1952 to 2010 for research, allowing MDA to be less dependent on government funding. In addition, several types of neuromuscular diseases and conditions became treatable and curable...
Tendinosis is a degeneration of the collagen fibers of a tendon. It is caused by a repetitive micro-trauma. Unlike tendinitis, there is no inflammation. This article explains tendinosis and how to treat it.
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