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Causes Behind Back Pain – Ankylosing Spondylitis by Dr. Graeme T. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 04 Jan 2011 9:10am In the United States of America an astonishing eight out of ten people suffer from some kind of back ache or the other during the course of their lifetime with five out of every ten working adults experiencing this pain annually. In today?s fast-paced world, young people have become a victim of this vertebral pain. Anatomically, back ache can b ... Read on »
Physical Therapy for Chronic Pain by hqbk Posted Thu 25 Apr 2013 8:10am Physical therapy programs are scheduled after reviewing your medical history, age and health conditions. These are effective in treating chronic neuropathic and musculoskeletal pain.Physical Therapy – Effective Choice to Alleviate Chronic Pain Chronic pain due to different illnesses and functional disabilities can be treated effectively if the tre ... Read on »
THE LATEST 'ITOUCH PLUS' TENS PAIN RELIEVER... by Barmac Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 6:22am There are numerous tens machines available and for years I used one I bought from Boots, but the latest range of high tech ones are much better. The itouch Plus TENS unit offers relief from a wide range of pain: knee pain , shoulder pain ,and back pain, from a wide range of causes. NICE guidelines for osteo artthritis and rhematoid ... Read on »
Who gets back pain? by Barmac Posted Fri 26 Mar 2010 8:06am Who gets back pain? Well, actually, anyone can. Approximately 80% of individuals will have an episode of back pain some time during their life. People with poor physical fitness. Obese people, as excessive weight places stress on joints. As you grow old some people suffer from Spinal Arthritis, there are some factors that can cont ... Read on »
Ankylosing spondylitis by Yusuf Saleeby Medical DoctorFacebook Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 2:05pm 1 Comment Ankylosing spondylitis is a chronic inflammatory disorder of multiple articular and para-articular structures that principally involves the axial skeleton. It usually affects the sacroiliac joints and the spinal facet joints of the vertebrae. It sometimes involves the appendicular skeleton as well, such as the joints of the greater trochanter, ... Read on »
Massage and Ankylosing Spondylitis by Paul B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 4:40pm Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) is an inflammatory condition of the spine and other parts of the body, related to various arthritis conditions. It affects men 3:1 over women, and generally starts within second or third decade of life. Its initial symptoms typically include pain and inflammation in the hips and low back caused from inflammation of ... Read on »
Someone who lives well - with chronic pain by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:48pm Pete (not his real name) has long-standing pain. He has ankylosing spondylitis involving especially his sacro-iliac joints, and often his intercostals, making it difficult to take a deep breath. He’s in his mid-40’s, and he’s had his diagnosis for just over 20 years. He takes a cocktail of anti-inflammatories, with omeprazole to counter t ... Read on »
A Healthy Gut Can Prevent Chronic Joint Pain and Inflammation by Ralph S. Certified Nurse Specialist Posted Tue 23 Sep 2008 12:02am 1 Comment It is well established in the research literature, that bacterial infections in the digestive tract and it’s link to a “leaky gut” can lead to autoimmune arthritic diseases. Rheumatoid Arthritis and Anklylosing Spondylitis are both autoimmune arthritic disorders that are associated with food sensitivities, food intolerances (i.e.gluten), chronic ... Read on »
Pup Products: Going natural for pain and inflamation! by Johann The Dog Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jun 2009 12:22am Some of you may have heard that I haven't been feeling so well since my agility trial this past weekend. I saw my vet on Sunday at the trial and she thinks I have a pulled muscle. I go back today for another visit and update. Being the sports nut that I am, I get sore sometimes. All that jumping and weaving can be pretty taxing for even the h ... Read on »
Chronic pain management is NOT just like ‘any other chronic disease’ by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:01pm The other day someone said to me that managing chronic pain was just the same as managing something like diabetes, hypertension, asthma or any other chronic disease.  It irked me at the time and I couldn’t put my finger on just what it was that bothered me, but after a couple of days thinking about it I’ve got a few thoughts to share. Ch ... Read on »