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Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine for Trigger Finger and Carpal Tunnel by Jeffrey Dach, MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 4:14am Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine for Trigger Finger and Carpal Tunnel by Jeffrey Dach, MD Jim is a 46 year old retired New York policeman who uses power tools to repair his house. His problem is chronic pain at the base of the thumb and wrist. The pain worsens with use of the hand, makin ... Read on »
Pain in the fingers – the most common causes, treatment and prevention suggestions by rita359 Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 9:23pm Are you suffering from pain in the fingers? When the pain lasts for just a couple of days, and goes away, it’s probably because you’ve simply injured yourself.  Trauma to the joints, muscles or nerves of your fingers may result from simple things such as: extensive use of an uncomfortable keyboard, any repetitive action done with the particular ... Read on »
Elbow Surgery Los Angeles - Orthopedic Hand Surgery by drseanyounai Posted Wed 20 Apr 2011 7:09am Hand and wrist surgery is undertaken by specialist orthopedic and plastic surgeons. Surgery often involves the repair of damage to the hand or wrist which may have occurred to bone, muscle, tendon,nerve or other soft tissue, skin and nails. Los Angeles Hand Surgeon is a fully qualified and accredited hand surgeon with a reputation for clinical ex ... Read on »
Hand surgery - Wrist surgery Los Angeles by drseanyounai Posted Thu 24 Jun 2010 11:27pm Everyone uses their arms and hands every day and without them most people would agree that our quality of life is completely changed. Without hands one must be re taught how to do everything. The hands and arms are used daily to eat, dress, write, earn a living, create, introduce and etc but to do any of these things the hands require sensation a ... Read on »
Carpal Tunnel: Surgery or Natural Treatment? by brucear Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 11:42am Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) can hinder the natural functioning of your wrist, hand, and fingers if it is left undiagnosed, or if conservative treatments fail to alleviate the condition. In such a case, Carpal Tunnel surgery may be required as a last resort. Surgery for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Although Carpal Tunnel Syndrome surgery is more ... Read on »
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Facebook by Helge V. K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:27pm Helge: Facebook and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. I joined a Facebook group that covers Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. I'll check out. Do I get some information? I'm not sure yet. I might return to this posting... Group Info Name: Guitar hero gave me carpal tunnel syndrome Description: For guitar hero players o ... Read on »
Eliminate Agonizing Hand Pain Quickly and Easily! by Jan Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 11:19pm According to Dr. Nathan Wei, “The hand and wrist are the mirrors of disease.” While the cause of hand pain can be a localized problem, hand pain can also be the presenting sign for other diseases. The wrist and hand are capable of power and precision. As a result, pain and swelling are often accompanied by weakness of grip in hand disorders. A c ... Read on »
Lyphedema (Swelling) after Prostate Surgery - Unusual? by Rabbi Ed . Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 12:01am Q. I had prostate surgery in December 2007. Almost immediately my legs began to swell and have swollen ever since. There are times when it is worse than others. Is this a common thing? And is there any procedure that can take care of this problem which has been called "lymphedema"? --Louis R. A.It’s hard to know how to treat the lym ... Read on »
Natural Practitioner provides Lymph Drain Massage Therapy to Reduce Lymphatic Pain and Lymphedema Swelling after Cancer Surgery by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 19 Jan 2013 7:20pm Recently, I was interviewed by to learn more about lymphatic massage therapy and the option this therapy presents for cancer patients.  I wanted to share the interview here for folks to read. is an amazing resource for cancer patients and their families with great information about integrative cancer care .  ... Read on »
Avoided wrist surgery and back on golf course with Egoscue by Matt Whitehead Posted Sat 16 Apr 2011 2:03am One day Mike’s wrists and hands swelled up and he went to multiple doctors, was on multiple drugs, and after nothing helped was told surgery was the only option. A friend told him to check out Egoscue first. After just a couple weeks the swelling is gone, range of motion is returning and he’s back on the golf course. Read on »