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FDA Approves Medtronic artificial cervical disc by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:50pm Surgery for back problems has certainly changed and one more device has been approved by the FDA.  I have covered several of them and provided some links at the bottom of this post, so before having back surgery, do some homework as things are changing rapidly.  BD CHICAGO, May 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it ap ... Read on »
Alternative treatment for children with ADHD and autism by adhdmomma Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 11:08pm I firmly believe that if there were a product or treatment with a profound beneficial effect on autism, ADHD, SPD, etc., the world would know about it. That said I do believe that many treatment options may be helpful and perhaps a combination of therapies may produce a good result. I am going to discuss a number of alternative tre ... Read on »
Better Speech and Hearing Month by Christina M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 May 2009 6:03pm May is officially Better Speech and Hearing Month. Here's some interesting Hearing Loss facts that Cochlear sent out to it's community members: 1 out of 10 Americans have a hearing loss - that's more than 31,000,000 people 3 out of 1000 children are born with hearing loss - 1.4 million children have hearing loss in the United States ... Read on »
The Longevity of Teeth and Oral Implants by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Thu 21 Nov 2013 11:00am A recent systematic review published in the Journal of the American Dental Association by Levin and Halperin-Sternfeld regarding the longevity of teeth and dental implants has raised some interesting, and long overdue questions. This review should have clinicians talking and hopefully talking among dental specialties. Levin and Halperin-S ... Read on »
Warning: Common Incontinence Treatment Found Risky - Plus Safer Alternatives by Colette Bouchez Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 05 May 2009 6:02pm FDA warns about dangers linked to a common surgical procedure used to treat women with stress incontinence. Here’s what you need to know – plus a safer, alternative treatment option -by Colette Bouchez If you’re one of millions of women considering surgical treatment for urinary stress incontinence listen up: One of the most common surgical s ... Read on »
Teeth & Dental Implants: Not the Same by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Tue 30 Apr 2013 12:30pm At the recent AAE Convention, Dr. Hessam Nowzari presented a lecture on implant outcomes.  Dr. Nowzari is a diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and the former director of advanced periodontics at USC from 1995 to 2012. Dr. Nowzari discussed the difference between the tooth and an implant from a unique perspective. Often left ou ... Read on »
Dental Implants by Just Ask Dentist.com Posted Tue 29 May 2012 10:25am Below is the full text extracted from the article just published. Do you have missing teeth ? Years ago, most patients would only have denture or bridge to consider when replacing missing teeth. Today, with advances in technology, dental implants are common procedures. What are dental implants? They are like artificial ‘ root’ ... Read on »
The Latest Erectile Dysfunction Treatment by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Tue 17 Jul 2012 4:20am This article explains how shockwave therapy is now being used as a new and innovative treatment option for erectile dysfunction Inability to maintain a penile erection for sexual intercourse, also referred to as impotence. . It is estimated that ... Read on »
Re-Apicoectomy. by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 6:08pm Occasionally, we see cases that have had previous treatment, retreatment, and apicoectomy, and yet are failing again.  The prognosis on these cases is often guarded at best, and it is great that we have dental implants as an option.  If a tooth has a fractured root or is in poor restorative or periodontal condition, I generally recommend a dental ... Read on »
Deep Brain Stimulation for Dystonia and Parkinson’s Disease and More? by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 10:29pm This is an amazing new area and there are real success stories.  We all do wonder though where will the future lie with this technology.  After watching what DBS does for Parkinson's and Dystonia, it’s a miracle.  There are also more videos on You Tube that show individuals turning off the device and they immediately revert back to where they wer ... Read on »