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It’s not a Gang or a Lion by Marlow Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Mar 2012 7:40am   So NOW it’s really March 1st…right?! I still can’t believe that I wrote an entire post about how it was March 1st…on February 1st! In case you need a reminder of how silly I am – Feb. post here . I wish I could say how excited I am that it’s March 1st, but in all honesty I am not having a terrific morning. If you’ve been re ... Read on »
It's All in the Wrist by Shari .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Apr 2009 11:20pm It's All in the Wrist You hear that all the time. How do you do that? Whether it’s bowling, shooting darts, playing certain sports, it’s what they say. It sounds a bit cliché. But true. I just had my first O&M session. For those of you who don’t know what that means, ... Read on »
red itchy blotches on palms, wrists, ankles and feet by david h. Posted Sun 17 Jan 2010 6:34am i have suffered from this condition for quite a while now and as the past year it has got intolerably worse... it starts off small itchy red spots and then turns into a coin size spot which swell feel raw and also feel very warm, to the point were i cannot walk because of the pain... can anyone help as i cannot seem to get this condition diagnosed ... Read on »
Getting Help for R.A. by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 2:11am This weekend has been one of those bummer ones that flies by while I’ve been struggling from hour one to get on a good page. I had to break out the old cane again as I struggled to move around the house. On Saturday Jax played some Rifts game all day and on Sunday he went go-kart racing with his buddies and I was truly happy he got a ch ... Read on »
Motorcycle Riders Could Suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Kodjoworkout Posted Thu 26 Sep 2013 7:15am John was very excited about his upcoming motorcycle race and his buddies were all set to cheer for him. But they all had to give up on the entire plan just a few days before the race. The reason? He complained of numb hands and fingers within minutes of riding during practice. He was diagnosed with CR ... Read on »
Redwood City teacher accused of slapping, kicking special needs students by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 12:24am This by way of the Sam Jose Mercury News: Redwood City teacher accused of slapping, kicking special needs students If the title of the news story isn’t enough, here are some details: A Redwood City special needs teacher faces nine misdemeanor charges for allegedly slapping, kicking and refusing food and drink to two develo ... Read on »
Bumps in the Road by Piper Beatty Posted Fri 16 Apr 2010 1:46am Well, it's that time of the month again. Oh come on, don't be skittish -- I know a lot (most?) of you out there know exactly what I'm talking about. You know that feeling of anticipation you get a couple of days before it actually happens, the emotional roller coaster, the counting down of the days until things can be "normal" again, the sudden r ... Read on »
Headed South? by Peter Olson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 08 Sep 2010 8:16am This last weekend, Labor Day Weekend, our family was blessed with another camping trip to . Larry let us borrow his truck to tow our camper.   Our tow vehicle, a 1996 GMC Suburban, had an engine failure a few weeks ago, so we would not have been able to go without his generosity.  Thank you very, very much, Larry! We visited one of our family ... Read on »
Death's door by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:26pm Six emergency calls – one refused and five required our attention. Again, a relatively quiet night; the cold weather is probably responsible for the lack of people willing to go out and hurt themselves. The air is beginning to get a little ‘nippy’, as we say in the Homeland and the first frost is developing in the mornings when I come home f ... Read on »
Spitting drunk by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:27pm Seven calls today; 3 greens and 4 emergencies. One assisted only, 5 conveyed and only 1 requiring an ambulance (and that was only because she was too drunk for the car). A quiet morning, so I used the time to research some material for my book. I'll be writing a few this year, one for the blog and a first aid manual (I've published before wi ... Read on »