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Meeting the Challenge by Logan F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 27 Mar 2008 1:11pm I like stories about people with gumption. People who despite adversity get up and do something about it. Dennis Ewert of Florida is that kind of guy. He is 67, was overweight, and with several physical obstacles to overcome. Among them were worn out knees and two herniated discs in his back. Knee repair surgeries were successful but l ... Read on »
My Pathology Report by Amy Silcox Patient Expert Posted Thu 21 Jul 2011 11:39am I am so glad I am not a doctor because the language used is mind boggling! My incisions are healing up nicely. They don't look bad and they are so tiny you will barely be able to see them when I am all healed! There were only 4 issues found out of the 6 organs removed. Really not too bad and 2 were nothing to be concerned about. ... Read on »
Race report by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 12:21am Pre-race: Friday night we packed up. I was really antsy. I bought two bags of Percy Pigs for the weekend and taped 5 20p coins to one bag for toilet stops along the race course, planning for the second to go in my post-race kit (insert foreshadowing times two here). We took the train from London to Blackpool on Saturday. Once we arrived, we dro ... Read on »
Meeting the Challenge by Logan F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:01pm I like stories about people with gumption. People who despite adversity get up and do something about it. Dennis Ewert of Florida is that kind of guy. He is 67, was overweight, and with several physical obstacles to overcome. Among them were worn out knees and two herniated discs in his back. Knee repair surgeries were ... Read on »
Sacroiliac Joint (S.I. Joint) dysfunction and running. How to deal, what works for me. by Meggan F. Posted Mon 04 Jul 2011 9:33pm I've been getting this question a lot so I thought I would blog about it. People have been asking me about my "hip" and what it feels like/ what I do about it. In college I was misdiagnosed with piriformis syndrome and ran hurt 75% of the time. It was not until I was out of college that a chiropractor convinced me that this was definitely not ... Read on »
My First 10k : Davidson Run for the Green by Brittany Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 9:28am Good morning! The last week has been a whirlwind. Though I have a to-do list a mile long to get caught up, I’m also still content sitting here smiling from the memories of the weekend while watching my one year old (!!!) stand and push her new grocery cart ride-along toy around the room. I have a one year old now. Unreal. The celebration w ... Read on »
Muscle Spasm in Back – What Is Your Back Trying to Tell You? by meital j. Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 7:53am “Oh no, not again”, is what goes through your head when the sudden, uncontrolled, wrenching pain in lower back attacks you again, causing you to bend over in pain and lose your breath.  Sometimes you can even get dizzy and disoriented due to the amount of pain. Muscle spasm in back usually lasts for a few minutes, until the muscle “relaxes”. ... Read on »
Moontime Cramp Relief by Dina T. Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 7:28am This is the first of a series on women’s health that I plan on writing. It is believed that besides pregnancy our Moontime is the time that women are the most intuitive. This was honored in ancient societies, and if you have read the Red Tent you know what I am referring to. In today’s world we are expected to go about our daily lives during ou ... Read on »
Back Pain During Pregnancy by DocSpallone Posted Mon 26 Jul 2010 7:53am Back pain during pregnancy can be debilitating.  Understanding the sources of back pain might give you better insight to the facts and myths about pain with pregnancy as well. Lower back pain can accompany constipation and the cramps duri ... Read on »
A Pain in the Back by Dr Larry Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 11:48pm 22nd Jun Many people take their bodies for granted. These complicated machines allow us to sit, stand, walk, run and be active, but we don’t seem to take much notice until they start to hurt or they don’t function properly. The lower back, in particular, seems to cause a lot of problems when pain strikes, and ... Read on »