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ER Trip for Tumor Swelling by Olivia Hernandez Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 12:00am I debated whether or not to share this post. I tend to keep my ongoing health issues private with my family and the NF2Crew. I don't want to be the sick mom, the friend with a disease, the Deaf girl in the class. I am more than that. I am a wife and mother, a student, a writer, a runner, a friend and a daughter. I don't wake up everyday and thin ... Read on »
CAP seeking input on revised brain/spinal cord tumor protocol by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Nov 2012 10:39am Prior to the release of the revised Brain/Spinal Cord Protocol, the College of American Pathologists (CAP) will host a public comment period. You can review the revisions and submit feedback online . The public comment period will run through November 30, 2012. Please note that comments are not instantly available for review and will b ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 9:53pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh, ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh ... Read on »
Time Marches On by StacieSmith Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:00am Thanksgiving has come and gone. It seems so strange. It was as if the holiday simply hit me on the side of the head as it came and went. I've mentioned this before on the blog, but it still rings so true. My calendar came to a screeching halt in March when Gavin was diagnosed with cancer. Internally, I could be convinced that it might be time fo ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 12:00am THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh, o ... Read on »
X-spine Announces New FDA Product Approval for Spinal Fusion–Minimally Invasive by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 30 Nov 2010 9:56pm Everybody knows someone with back problems and/or injuries and now technology has so many different solutions from implants to devices that also reduce pain.  With some of the systems with X-Spine the procedure is done with a very small incision of an inch and can re-attach.  In addition the company also has two biological products that ... Read on »
Effective Options for Treating Sciatica by hqbk Posted Thu 24 Jan 2013 6:20am Sciatica is a painful condition that can restrict your regular activities and normal life. However, a reliable pain management center can provide effective treatment for long-term relief. Sciatica is a condition that originates mainly from the compression and irritation of the spinal nerve roots. It results in excruciating pain through the but ... Read on »
Do I Have Spinal Stenosis? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 3:55am Spinal stenosis is diagnosed typically from looking at an MRI along with the usual medical history and physical exam. Spinal stenosis is a closure of the spinal canal. This can result from inflammation of certain ligaments, spinal degeneration, disc bulging and/or disc herniations, spinal deformities, or possibly a tumor. Imagine a hose, ... Read on »
Manipulating Your Way Out of Lower Back Pain by CAMed .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm Louis, Has Low Back Pain: I do telecommunications work, so you're on a ladder, you're in a ceiling, bent or crawling under a desk. And you know, you throw your back out from time to time. ANNOUNCER: Louis's work often sends him into tight, awkward spaces. Sometimes it also sends him here, to the chiropractor's office. ANNOUNCER: In treatments ... Read on »