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Genetics Home Reference: Meier-Gorlin syndrome by nih.gov Posted Tue 11 Feb 2014 1:13pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed February 2014 What is Meier-Gorlin syndrome? Meier-Gorlin syndrome is a condition primarily characteri ... Read on »
Low Back Pain and Hip Motion Correlation by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 12:14am Today’s post comes from Dan Lorenz, MS, PT, ATC/L, CSCS.  Dan is a graduate of the sports physical therapy fellowship at Duke University and is currently a sports medicine specialist at Providence Medical Center.  He has great experience with a wide variety of orthopedic and sports medicine patients, including stints with the US Olympic Training ... Read on »
Knees, Knees, Woe the Knees by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 31 Oct 2009 11:01pm In two recent posts, I shared two main causes of knee pain for runners— Iliotibial Band Syndrome and muscle imbalance. There are a few other culprits that may be worth checking out if you've addressed the other two causes and you're still having problems— overpronation and leg-length discrepancy. Almost every runner pronates to some degree ... Read on »
Dr. Schnee's Cold Laser Knee Program Provides Bone on Bone Knee Pain Relief for Severe Knee Pain Sufferer by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 10:59pm "Before starting care my knee pain was very severe, all the time.   It was a burning, searing pain that was constant and    I could barely walk.   I couldn’t bend my leg.   I could hardly walk up stairs.   I took baby steps.   Getting up from a sitting position was very difficult.   I woke up all the time from the pain.   I tried cortisone shots. ... Read on »
Guest Post: The Knees-in Vs. Knees-Out Squat Debate- It’s Not About the Knees by Freestyle Fitness Addiction Posted Thu 26 Dec 2013 6:26pm This is a guest post by Lauren Sustineo, a former colleague of mine at Evolution Trainers. She moved her business, Sustineo Fitness to San Diego and is available at sustineofitness@gmail.com . Recently I was introduced to Conrad Stalheim’s article, “ Moderating the Knees In Versus Knees Out Squat Debate ” summarizing an ongoing debate about ... Read on »
MakoPlasty Robotic Surgical Procedure for Knee Replacements And Stem Cells To Regrow The Knee With Animal Tissue by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 06 May 2011 7:24pm I first wrote about the MakoPlasty FDA approved robot back in 2008 you can use the link below to find out more. Patients are regaining quality of life without the pain with the procedure.  An implant replaces lost cartilage and stops the bone on bone grinding that causes pain.  The accuracy versus free hand surgery seems to be the real advanta ... Read on »
Deep Knee Bends And Deep Knee Bend Jumps Improve Vertical Jumps by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 03 Jul 2009 1:35pm Deep knee bends and deep knee bend jumps will help improve your vertical jump height.....also, the fastest players often have the highest vertical leaps. Deep knee bends will strengthen your knees and ligaments around them. Having strong, stable knee structures will influence how high you can jump. For deep knee bends, make sure that your b ... Read on »
Patella Exercise to Avoid Locked Knees and Reduce Knee Pain by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 11:43am If you’re one of those folks who has a tendency to lock your knees, and may occasionally be bothered with knee pain…  Here’s a video with a quick and easy exercise you can practice just about anywhere to help strengthen the muscles around the knee joint, become more aware of the difference between a locked and unlocked knee, and learn how to st ... Read on »
Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes, Knees and Toes by Glenna M. Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:48pm Little knee update: the surgeon buried a needle full of cortisone up to the hub in each of my knees on Tuesday and by that night, aside from shaking and sweating, I was starting to feel better. Wednesday night was awesome. I felt like my old self again and several people at work made comments about it being the first night in months that ... Read on »
KNEE PAIN!?!?! WHAT KNEE PAIN??? by Amy T. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:48pm I ran 2 miles last night with Tim the Paramedic just to see how the knee was going to feel. AND IT FELT GREAT! I guess it's just a really bad bruise (still a little black and blue) and only hurts to touch but walking, bending, running, going up stairs, lunges...none of it gives me a bit of trouble. My pride still aches a little from ... Read on »