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Cosmetic Foot Surgery by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Fri 27 Apr 2012 10:08am This article discusses whether foot deformities qualify for surgery and, if so, whether patients should be given cosmetic foot surgery, or reconstructive Orthopaedic foot surgery. Cosmetic surgery is an established area of medicine, and fo ... Read on »
My Big Toe Joint Hurts! The Arthritis You Never Knew! by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Sun 13 Sep 2009 11:37am Have you ever suspected you have arthritis in your big toe joint? It is one of those conditions that slowly creeps up on you. You may be going about your business only to notice that your big toe joint hurts! You may end up limping around for an hour or even a few days and then it disappears only to reappear when you least expect it! What’s up ... Read on »
A Fantastic Feet Toe Stretch to Help Reduce Toe Pain and Foot Pain by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Jan 2012 2:26pm How flexible is your Foot?  Do your toes bend easily in each direction?  Can you stand or kneel and tuck your toes way under to be securely balanced on the balls of your feet?  How far do your toes bend the other direction to point, like a ballerina in a toe shoe?  Do you run or walk and have stiff ankles and tight muscles in your feet & toes? ... Read on »
Foot-Care Solutions to Help Alleviate Bunion Pain by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Fri 30 Aug 2013 9:02am Are you searching for non-surgical foot-care solutions to help alleviate Bunion pain? I recently received these great Bunion foot-care questions from Rebecca.  Since I know there are others out there asking the same questions, and searching for solutions I thought I’d share her questions and my reply.  “I have just begun to have bunion ... Read on »
Joint Pain Reliever – What Are the Effective Ways to Alleviate Arthritis Joint Pain? by Debra Grant Facebook Posted Tue 09 Jul 2013 10:33am Joint pains – that’s what you experience when you get older. The pain can be more intense if you’ve been careless with your health. You may not think about it now and you’ve admittedly been careless with your diet. You don’t change your habits until one day; you wake up and understand that you're encountering aches and pains in the different part ... Read on »
St. Petersburg Acupuncture Clinic offers Acupuncture for Joint Pain, Muscle Pain, Strains, Sprains, Soft Tissue Injury, Sports I by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 18 Jan 2012 6:50am Acupuncture for Muscle and Joint Pain. Pain due to muscle or joint dysfunction affects us all at some time or another. Whether you injure yourself exercising, develop a problem from hours spent at a computer, or suffer arthritic pain, our acupuncture can provide you with the pain relief you need (and it’s drug free). Everyday we tre ... Read on »
Neck Pain| Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 18 Sep 2008 10:16am The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is in front of the ear and the joint movements can be felt if you place your finger at that level.   To examine the movements of this joint, the rhythm of the closing and opening of the jaw must be noted.   The jaw should open and close easy and the teeth come together and separate easily.   If there is jaw pa ... Read on »
Joint Pain and Pointe Shoe Pain Solutions in Nutcracker Season by Dianne B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 11 Dec 2008 9:00pm Ballet dancing pains like joint pain and pain from dancing in pointe shoes can seem worse in cold weather. If you are doing lots of rehearsals for the Nutcracker or some other holiday season dance concert, you need to take special care of your joints, muscles, and feet. Wool legwarmers, snug sweaters and water-proof snow boots all contribute to a b ... Read on »
Vitamins For Joint Pain: Nutritional Therapies To Heal Inflammation And Pain by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:55pm Article by Andrew Stratton Arthritis and joint pain can be a debilitating condition for most sufferers. A reduction in the cartilage tissue that cushions the joints is the primary symptom of both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Although they have different causes, most diseases that cause joint pain are characterized by high levels ... Read on »
Managing Knee Pain And Painful Joints, Naturally by Brian N. Facebook Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 11:32pm Joint pain is a fact of live for millions of people throughout the world.   Whether this is caused by wear and tear of an active lifestyle, diagnosed osteoarthritis, or a rhematic condition, they all result in the same debilitating discomfort. Luckily, there are a few solutions that you can use to reduce your overall discomfort and minimize th ... Read on »