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Rock Climbing, Finger Taping and Injury by Dr. Erik McLaughlin Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:27am Anybody who rock climbs, on a semi-regular basis has probably seen climbers taping their fingers.  I admit that I have done it in the past, to prevent injuries and help me keep climbing with an injury.  I also admit I have done it because I have seen other climbers, better than me, doing it.  I know, I know…if all my friends jumped off a bri ... Read on »
Finger Injuries in Climbing by Jason Martin Posted Tue 17 May 2011 9:00am The hangboard. It sits above the doorway in the office, taunting me. It sits above the doorway, daring me to train. It sits above the doorway, and stares me down. It sits above the doorway... I can't help it. I'm a climber. It's in my genes. I have to hang on it. I have to do pull-ups on it. I have to climb. But the rea ... Read on »
Finger Injuries in Climbing by Jason Martin Posted Fri 06 Apr 2012 9:00am The hangboard. It sits above the doorway in the office, taunting me. It sits above the doorway, daring me to train. It sits above the doorway, and stares me down. It sits above the doorway... I can't help it. I'm a climber. It's in my genes. I have to hang on it. I have to do pull-ups on it. I have to climb. But the ... Read on »
Finger Injuries in Climbing by Jason Martin Posted Tue 03 Jul 2012 9:00am The hangboard.It sits above the doorway in the office, taunting me. It sits above the doorway, daring me to train. It sits above the doorway, and stares me down. It sits above the doorway...I can't help it. I'm a climber. It's in my genes. I have to hang on it. I have to do pull-ups on it. I have to climb.But the reality is that hanging on a hang ... Read on »
Nail-Gun Injuries on the Rise Among Construction Workers by Medline Plus Posted Sat 23 Nov 2013 9:00am More than half of patients in Australian study needed surgery Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Injuries , Occupational Health Read on »
Injury and disorder by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 15 May 2012 5:55pm The fundamental assumption of the mental health system is that people with significant emotional distress, people who need help, suffer from some underlying disorder that causes their stress.  They “have something.”  Diagnosis is about finding out “what you have.” For most people though distress is not about what they “have”,   It is about ... Read on »
Swollen Fingers by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:37pm 3 Comments I’m sure this is a very easy diagnosis for some of you…. your thoughts are gratefully received Over the last week or so I’ve noticed some of my fingers swell up* (particularly over the knuckle), as well as hard bone like growths appear which make the finger look ‘wonky’ or bent. There is also some itchy heat to accompany this. *This ha ... Read on »
Juventus announced two of Cheap Real Madrid Third Shirt the injury: Chiellini battle of Turin into doubt Pepe minor injuries by makusoccerjersey Posted Tue 27 Nov 2012 2:26am The Chiellini right calf muscle injury has not yet healed, the ability to participate in the Turin derby is not yet say, just back Pepe is the inflammation of the left thigh muscle, but fortunately not serious. Local time on the evening of November 26, Juventus announced through the official website Chiellini and Pepe's injury, still recovering f ... Read on »
San Francisco Carpal Tunnel Injury Center comments on "Postural Syndrome"-a repetitive stress injury involving the nec by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:35pm It's been a while since I wrote about RSI. Here is a comment I made on the RSI-Relief Blog in response to a great article about the often misdiagnosed and misunderstood  " Postural Syndrome" : I have treated RSI patients at my carpal tunnel injury center in downtown San Francisco for 15 years. I can tell you first hand that the author of thi ... Read on »
Nerve Compression Injuries from Computer Use by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Fri 03 Apr 2009 12:48pm Computers have saturated the American workplace. Approximately seven out of 10 United States workers use a computer every day for their jobs. That estimate doesn’t even include the number of people who use computers for recreation, personal matters and social networking. In the end, most people spend a significant part of the day typing and using ... Read on »