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Paresthesia After Tennis Elbow Injection. by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sun 07 Mar 2010 5:54pm Paresthesia is also known as the feeling of pins and needle. It is a sensation of numbness of a person’s skin. It is also characterized by numbness and a feeling of pricking or tingling. Paresthesia usually does not have any long-term effects as such. Usually caused as a result of pressure on a particular nerve thus, causing a hindr ... Read on »
The Flip Side of Placebos: The Nocebo Effect - Article by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:00pm If any pill has been shown undeniably to work in clinical trials, it is the sugar pill, along with its close cousin, the sham treatment. The placebo, as such inert and cost-free remedies are known, can relieve depression as effectively as Prozac, ease discomfort as effectively as acupuncture, and reduce as much disability and back pain as a ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 9:53pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh, ... Read on »
Alphacypermethrin by Angus Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:28am I wrote here about the malaria eradication campaign in our small country led by the Taiwanese. I noted that the insecticide, alphacypermethrin, used to spray the inside of houses is claimed to be ecologically safe. However, today I was talking to the wife of a colleague who has developed an allergy to alphacypermethrin and is being treated ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh ... Read on »
Toxic Seafood by Dr. Erik McLaughlin Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:33am Food borne illnesses People who travel are naturally adventurous. They are explorers and enjoy trying new things. This also includes eating new and different foods. To me, eating new and local foods when I travel is one of the most exciting and fun parts! There are a few illnesses that you can get from eating food, other than traveler’s di ... Read on »
Why do I have Numbness and Tingling down my Arm but no Pain? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 7:57pm Numbness & Tingling In The Arms This is fairly common. It all depends on which nerve fibers are affected. In fact, the majority of the nerves in our body don’t even detect pain. This is why something can be happening but you don’t even know it. This is a subject for another blog however. If you have numbness, tingling, bu ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 12:00am THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh, o ... Read on »
Paroxysmal Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis by stuart Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:26pm While Sudden and Often Alarming, Paroxysmal Symptoms Do Not Indicate a Relapse By Julie Stachowiak, Ph.D., About.com - Updated: December 16, 2008 Many of us with multiple sclerosis (MS) have experienced the phenomenon of paroxysmal symptoms -- those that come on suddenly, bother us for a short time (seconds or minutes), and then di ... Read on »
Pain in the fingers – the most common causes, treatment and prevention suggestions by rita359 Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 9:23pm Are you suffering from pain in the fingers? When the pain lasts for just a couple of days, and goes away, it’s probably because you’ve simply injured yourself.  Trauma to the joints, muscles or nerves of your fingers may result from simple things such as: extensive use of an uncomfortable keyboard, any repetitive action done with the particular ... Read on »