by Marion Harris - 2007-01-16
Bursitis pertains to the 150 small, fluid-filled cushions that sit on pressure points between bones and tendons in very close proximity to the joints. Bursae (bur-see, plural of bursa) in the shoulder...
by David Cowley - 2007-03-23
Bursitis is an inflammation of the bursea, the small enclosed sac containing the lubricating fluid between muscles, tendons and movable joints that must slide over each other. There are approximately...
by Peter Rapport - 2007-06-20
What kind of arthritis do you have is a question that you will always be asked. The American Arthritis Foundation reports that there are nearly 100 different types of arthritis causing discomfort in p...
by Nathan Wei - 2007-07-13
As baby boomers age, they become susceptible to many types of aches and pains. One of the most common afflictions is bursitis... inflammation of a bursa.A bursa is a small sack filled with fluid. Thes...
by Deanna Mascle - 2007-07-28
Shoulder bursitis can be a painful ailment that keeps you from performing your daily routine. This condition is often referred to as bursitis tendonitis because of the great deal of similarities betwe...
by Robert Palmer - 2007-09-25
What is it about the Scottish? Why for such a relatively small and lowly populated country does Scotland seem to produce more geniuses and significant historical figures per capita than any othe...
by Brain - 2007-11-22
Bursitis is the inflammation of one or more bursae, or small sacs of synovial fluid, in the body. Bursae rest at the points where internal functionaries, like muscles and tendons, slide across bone. H...
by RAYMOND LEE - 2007-12-09
Reaching for canned goods on high shelves in the supermarket did not always make you wince. But now, raising your arms to retrieve a can of beans or box of pasta is an exercise in pain and you are...
by Raymond Lee - 2007-12-10
Reaching for canned goods on high shelves in the supermarket did not always make you wince. But now, raising your arms to retrieve a can of beans or box of pasta is an exercise in pain and you a...
by Ricky Hussey - 2008-02-02
AromatherapyAromatherapists suggest the essential oils of juniper, Roman or German chamomile, and cypress for treating bursitis.Bodywork and Somatic PradicesGood bets for gentle, immediate relief,...