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Code blue cleared, infected trach site / swelling & resume the C-Collar, Glucose crashes and CGM by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Mar 2010 12:00am We left the house around 9:00 am and got to the ER at 9:45 and we parked our “rig” in an ambulance bay and ran in and registered. We were seen by my ENT doctor B within 10 minutes in a private “family room” area so as to not get the actual ER involved and get totally different billing apparently ... Read on »
If you're new here, you may want... by Chris M. Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 9:30pm If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed so that you can stay up to date on the latest shoulder rehab devices, shoulder articles, shoulder training techniques and shoulder videos. There are many joints in your body. Most joints bend along one axis, similar to a simple door hinge. But the shoulder is a ball and socket typ ... Read on »
There are many joints in your bo... by Chris M. Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 9:33pm There are many joints in your body. Most joints bend along one axis, similar to a simple door hinge. But the shoulder is a ball and socket type joint, with the socket being very shallow. This shallow socket is what allows the shoulder such a vast range of motion, making it the most movable joint in the body. The Good News and The Bad News ... Read on »
Chris' $0.02 by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 11:36pm D +139 Today's blood work... WBC 4.6 K/uL RBC 2.74 M/uL HGB 8.8 G/DL PLT 437 K/uL ANC 2.88 K/uL No blasts or otherwise weird cells show up in the blood work. Now that that is out of the way let me give everyone the the details of what is happening right now. MDA is 95% sure that Ann has something called Post-transpl ... Read on »
How 1/10th of a second CAN change your whole life! (my story) by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 5:44pm   an article written by  Dave Breezy (A.K.A. Chairdozer) My accident was in 04. I started a journal in 05 on the events in my life since then Originally started on 1/ 7/ 2005) My name is David. I was born March 4th. 1962. At the time of my accident I was a 42 year old factory worker. A husband and father to three grown children, the yo ... Read on »
Lesson Learned the Hard Way – #HAWMC Day 17 by Wendy H. Posted Tue 17 Apr 2012 2:15am Today’s Prompt: Learned the Hard Way. What’s a lesson you learned the hard way? Write about it for 15 today. When I read this prompt I knew exactly what I’d write about, but not exactly sure the story I’d tell. photo from I think with my health, the Greatest Lesson I Learned the Hard Way was that Docto ... Read on »
Acromioclavicular joint (AC) separation and World Cup XC races by Krista Park Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 29 Apr 2012 6:13pm Video Update from Italy My shoulder now, more details below. A lot has happened since the last post, basically I had a horrible cold for 3.5 weeks which overlapped with a significant injury which has resulted in a total of 4 missed (or may have well missed) races and almost 2 months of serious training. It is hard ... Read on »
whiplash neck injuries and cervical collars by panamark Posted Sat 05 Sep 2009 7:34am Mark Perren-Jones from Isla verde Spa Boquete The self-adjusting frame designed to  support  the back and the  neck. | Source GB Patent, GB1852-1064 | Date 1852  … You will be glad to know its no longer recommended   I happened to walk into my local pharmacy the other day and noticed the pharmacist wearing a cervical c ... Read on »
What You Need To Know About Cancer Prevention- Part 3 by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Dec 2008 9:18pm Source: This is the final article on What You Need To Know About Cancer Prevention. In this final article which is Garbage Out we’ll be discussing about some of the factors that hinder the natural processes of our bodies to detoxify and eliminate these poisonous substances from o ... Read on »
Neck and arm pain may not be a disc after all. by Carol Grant Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 3:55am In my Chiropractic officeI will frequently have people come in with neck pain radiating into the arm and hand telling me they have a cervical disc herniation. This is a very uncomfortable problem and can be interfering in a person’s day to day activities as well as interrupt sleep. They may have been prescribed medication by their primary doc ... Read on »