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  1. Vitamins For Headache Prevention

    by Sandra Kim Leong - 2007-04-01
    Studies show the link between an increased risk to getting chronic headaches when you are deficient in certain vitamins and minerals. If you eat a balanced health diet, then you would find that this c...
  2. Lower Back Pain - Arthritis - Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-30
    Lower back pain commonly causes foot, heel and ankle pain from spinal nerve root irritation of the L5 and S1 nerve roots. However, the lower back pain may be minimal or absent at the time the foot, h...
  3. Lower Back Pain - Foot Weakness

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-30
    When foot and ankle weakness accompanies lower back pain, a neurosurgical opinion must be promptly sought for.The muscles responsible for picking up the foot and ankle are the muscles in the front of ...
  4. Neck Pain - Lower Back Pain - Role Of Latissimus Dorsi (The Bridge)

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-30
    Latissimus dorsi is the most powerful muscle of the back and pain and spasm in this muscle can cause significant lower back pain and aggravation of neck pain.It is a very large, triangular muscle that...
  5. Neck Pain - Lower Back Pain - Should Treatments Be Focussed Only To The Area That Hurts?

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-30
    If a person has neck pain or lower back pain and treatments are directed only to the area involved, although the symptoms may get better, that person is a candidate for further injuries with resultant...
  6. Neck Pain - Trapezius

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-30
    Neck pain is very commonly shown by most people to be in the region of the back of the neck and between the base of the neck to the shoulder, primarily indicating the region of the trapezius muscle. T...
  7. Neck Pain -|Levator Scapulae - A Small Muscle That Tries To Do Too Much

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-30
    Levator scapulae is one of the muscles that give intense neck pain after whiplash injuries due to car accidents or other trauma that has a sudden jolt to the neck spine.This muscle arises from C1 thro...
  8. Migraine Headaches

    by Eric Hartwell - 2007-03-29
    Migraines, the chronic, recurrent and often debilitating attacks of pain in the head or neck affect millions of people. These unilateral headaches usually attack a sufferer with various warning signs....
  9. Lower Back Pain Hip Pain Gluteus Medius

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-29
    A person with lower back pain or hip pain often will limp with a lurch over to the side of the weight supporting limb every time he/she takes a step. This sign called the Trendelenburg sign is due ei...
  10. Knee Pai - Arthritis - Nerve Related Muscle Pain

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-29
    On having knee pain, people will commonly say "My knee hurts. It must be old age, I guess". Arthritis does set in from the wear and tear from aging but you don't even have to be old to have knee p...
  11. Lower Back Pain - The Role Of Hamstrings

    by Jennifer Chu - 2007-03-29
    Lower back pain is most commonly from spinal nerve root L5 irritation followed by the S1 nerve root. Both nerve roots are strongly represented in the buttock muscle (gluteus maximus: predominant S1) ...
  12. Pain Management - Calcific Tendonitis

    by Steve Madigan - 2007-03-28
    Calcific tendonitis is a disorder of the shoulder/rotator cuff, and is caused by calcium deposits on the tendon. While these deposits can form on any tendon in your body, they are very common in the s...
  13. Preventing And Treating Neck Pain

    by Roger Sommers - 2007-03-26
    Do you suffer from neck pain or maybe you know someone who does? Neck pain is a very common pain in most people and it is because the head and neck region is vulnerable to many different stresses. It ...
  14. How to Treat Foot Pain Caused by an Injury

    by Dave Wilson - 2007-03-20
    Orthotics can provide many people with foot pain support and relief, and it may just be one of the methods you use when you suffer an injury to your foot. However, before you decide if orthotic inser...
  15. Fibromyalgia - How Do You Begin To Get Your Life Back

    by Raymond Attebery - 2007-03-19
    After a stressful period settling her parent's estate, Sarah developed headaches, dizziness, and irritable bowel, sleeplessness and tenderness throughout her body.Even after improving her diet and hav...
  16. Foot Pain - Do Ready Made Insoles Really Work?

    by Raymond Attebery - 2007-03-19
    Most people with heel or plantar fasciitis pain feel more comfort with a shock absorbing insole, especially in shoes or boots that have little cushioning where adding an insole may in fact seem to aff...
  17. Do Support Fibromyalgia Support Groups Do More Harm Than Good?

    by Vincent Harris - 2007-03-18
    After I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 1997, it was suggested to me that I might benefit from joining a fibromyalgia support group. My first and only experience with a support group was a jaw drop...
  18. What To Do For Cluster Headache Pain Relief

    by Sandra Kim Leong - 2007-03-17
    Cluster headaches are not as common as other types of headaches. In fact, statistics show that only 69 out of 100,000 people get cluster headaches. For this reason, this type of headache is not discu...
  19. Is Every Ache and Pain a Symptom?

    by Steven Paglierani - 2007-03-13
    Someone recently wrote and asked me, "Is every discomfort, ache, irritation, bruise, and distraction a symptom? For instance, I will often attend to a painful hip only to have my wife point out that ...
  20. Solar Flares and Migraine Headaches

    by Anna Hart - 2007-03-13
    You probably already know what solar flares are. Those violent explosions in the Sun's atmosphere release huge bursts of energy that can match that of millions of hydrogen bombs released in unison. So...