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X Ray For Spine Osteoarthritis by Shilah C. Azib Posted Wed 23 Jun 2010 11:44pm Are you getting pain in back or stiffness in your joint for more than two weeks? If yes then visit you doctor immediately. Better to refer a physician for an evaluation. There a vast possibility that you may read osteoarthritis in your medical results. These are the symptoms of osteoarthritis. There are many types of osteoarthri ... Read on »
Lumbosacral Radiculopathy and Lumbar spine Osteoarthritis by lpoppa40 Posted Sun 20 Jun 2010 7:54am I have had lower back hip and knee for 18 months, Leg weakness and deep muscle spasms in both legs and having a hard time walkinng. Now my left leg is starting to shrink,Is this permanent nerve damage. Help please Read on »
Treating Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Cervical Spine Naturally by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 12 Mar 2009 3:42pm If you have been diagnosed with arthritis in the cervical spine, your Dr probably has put you on medications. What are some natural ways you can treat this condition of the cervical spine? If your suffer from arthritis such osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis you may suffer from stiffness, joint pain, tenderness and swelling. Fingers, ... Read on »
Arthritis In Spine Explained by Bill .. Posted Sat 16 Oct 2010 1:45am There are many types of arthritis and most of them can cause arthritis in spine joints just as they can affect other joints of the body such as the hips, knees and shoulders. Usually it is the joints of the lower back that are affected, and in fact arthritis in its various forms is one of the most common causes of lower back pain ... Read on »
OsteoArthritis or OA - what is it? by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Sun 06 Jun 2010 12:00am Arthritis is a general term that means inflammation in joints. Osteoarthritis , also called degenerative joint disease, is the most common type of arthritis . It is associated with a breakdown of cartilage in joints and can occur in almost any joint in the body. It most commonly occurs in the weight bearing joints of the hips, knee ... Read on »
Osteoarthritis Basics: The Joint and Its Parts by PowerofShea Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 2:20pm A joint is the point where two or more bones are connected. With a few exceptions (in the skull and pelvis, for example), joints are designed to allow movement between the bones and to absorb shock from movements like walking or repetitive motions. These movable joints are made up of the following parts: Cartilage: a hard but slippery coat ... Read on »
Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD), Osteoarthritis, and Inflammation. Is Inflammation the missing link ? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:35pm San Francisco Chiropractor convinced: Inflammation is the fuel that flames the fire when it comes to Disk Degeneration. There are mounds of evidence indicating chronic inflammation of the spinal joints and disks is a major contributor to the progression of Degenerative Disk Disease and Osteoarthritis of the spine and joints. Chronic inflamma ... Read on »
Osteoporosis vs Osteoarthritis by ArthritisReliever .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm NIKI MOHAN: Dr. Metzger, what's the difference between osteoporosis and osteoarthritis? ALLAN METZGER, MD: They are completely different diseases, but unfortunately patients don't understand that. Osteoarthritis is something that occurs with trauma or aging and it's a problem with cartilage. The cartilage degenerates and loses its ability to pro ... Read on »
SPONDYLOSIS OR STENOSIS ? TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF ARTHRITIS OF THE SPINE... by Barmac Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 11:19am Osteoarthritis, otherwise known as Spondylosis, is one of the most common arthritis of the spine. This is a general term for degenerative disc disease, fractured or compressed vertebrae. Classic symptoms include pain and numbness in the back, neck, head and shoulders. Symptoms vary from person to person as do the frequency and the in ... Read on »
OSTEOARTHRITIS THROUGH THE YEARS... by Barmac Posted Sun 03 Oct 2010 9:25am Osteoarthritis is the result of wear and tear which causes progressive destruction of your cartilage. You need your cartilage as this acts as a shock absorbing layer of tissue which stops your bones from grinding together and becoming eroded. Even mammals other than whales, supported by the sea, develop some type of osteoarthritis. Archae ... Read on »