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I am not a rat. I am a stroke survivor that had a congenital heart defect called PFO (patent foramen ovale) and I fought like he by David D. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 09 Jul 2010 8:39pm by David Dansereau for Know-Stroke.org Life after a stroke can be like living with a ticking time bomb.  The reality is that a second, possibly fatal stroke can very well follow the first.  In 2006, I survived a second stroke and shortly thereafter I vowed to make that one my last.  I researched all my treatment options, and as it turns out ... Read on »
Lower Leg (Peroneal) Tendonosis: Part II by Doug K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Oct 2009 10:00pm In my last post, I covered the Five Keys to Solving Lower Leg (Peroneal) Tendonosis and I mentioned at the end of that article that I would describe a few drills. Just as a reminder, the drill selection is driven by at least three things: the nature of the injury (tissue or tissues involved), the severity and irritability or what we refer to a ... Read on »
What lower leg pain do you have? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:19am Today’s joggle was 6.5 miles on the treadmill in 51 minutes. It was a sprint workout: 4×800 in 2:30 and 1×800 in 5:00 in between. All of it was done joggling. I’m not sure I ever joggled on a treadmill going 11 miles/hour. But now, my right lower leg is hurting. [...] Filed under: Health, Joggling life, Training Tips | 5 Comments » ... Read on »
Can Compression Socks Reduce Lower Leg Swelling and Pains? by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:26am Compression socks were used only by those were post-leg surgery, had varicose veins, were diabetic, or who took long airplane trips. Very recently, athletes began using compression socks during competitions. They are particularly popular among long distance runners. Searching on websites using terms like compression sock produces very variable re ... Read on »
Rolling and Stretching for Tightness in the Lower Leg by kmacphee Posted Mon 04 Oct 2010 12:00am One of the most popular comments I hear from clients is that they find it hard to relieve tightness in the lower leg and bottom of the foot. This tends to be a widely neglected area in the strength and conditioning world because the calves and muscles of the foot are used constantly in training, life and sport. To keep things simple, I ... Read on »
Five Keys to Solving Lower Leg (Peroneal) Tendonosis by Doug K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 Oct 2009 10:00pm Hi Doug... I was introduced to your practice and subsequently your blog(s) by a local (Austin) Neurologist whom you treated successfully. You receive our praise in absentia at our annual Fall Rocky Mountain hunting trips which involve hiking over rough terrain (as opposed to TX style hunting blinds). I use your advice remotely from Montana ... Read on »
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Article Series--Lower Leg Injuries and Exercise, Part 2 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 09 May 2008 11:33am Shin splints are much more than shin soreness. Shin soreness happens through overuse of your shins during training. Soreness can be treated with the R.I.C.E.R. principle (REST, ICE, COMPRESSION, ELEVATION, REFERRAL FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE). Shin splints refer to a medical condition called Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS). Problems with y ... Read on »
Article Series--Lower Leg Injuries and Exercise, Part 2 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:30pm Shin splints are much more than shin soreness. Shin soreness happens through overuse of your shins during training. Soreness can be treated with the R.I.C.E.R. principle (REST, ICE, COMPRESSION, ELEVATION, REFERRAL FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE). Shin splints refer to a medical condition called Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS). Proble ... Read on »
Long Beach Veterans Medical Center Builds First Prosthetic Lower Leg Controlled in Real Time by EEG by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 11:49am This is great and there’s a lot that goes on at the Long Beach VA.  In the last couple of years I have had several conversations with patients who have received care here and in Los Angeles and it has been good, along with impressions from family members as well.  Again we know the VA had a great head start with medical records and now this res ... Read on »