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What About An Inversion Table? by DrMLHall Posted Sun 12 Aug 2012 12:47am Attempts to counter the effects of gravity to relieve back pain and neck pain is not a new thing. Traction in one form or another has been employed for centuries to achieve just that. As a back specialist I'm asked this question almost weekly, or "right regular" as they say in the country parts of North Carolina, and I'll answer the question d ... Read on »
Missed Acute MI, with coronary occlusion, evidence only by T-wave inversion in V2 and evolving ST depression in V3 by Stephen Smith Posted Tue 06 Sep 2011 1:49pm A 39 yo otherwise healthy man with no risk factors was walking at the mall when he developed chest pressure.  He presented to the ED after 30 minutes, now also feeling weak.  He was diaphoretic.  Here was his initial ECG There is sinus rhythm.  There is abnormal T-wave inversion in V2 (in morphology, consistent with "persistent juv ... Read on »
Wellens' missed. Then returns with Wellens' with dynamic T-wave inversion by Stephen Smith Posted Wed 04 May 2011 4:46pm This 53 year old woman presented on April 20 with increasing intermittent substernal chest discomfort similar to her GERD, but not relieved by the usual therapies.  She was given an aspirin.  She had the following ECG recorded in the ED A very astute physician read this as "biphasic T-waves in V3 and V4."  This is very suggestive of ... Read on »
Back Pain and Inversion Therapy by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 10 Sep 2011 8:03pm According to the National Academy of Sports Medicine, 80 percent of adults are likely to experience back pain at some point in their lives. This back pain may range from mild to severe and have an effect on your quality of life. Back pain can limit daily activities, make sitting in a chair all day painful, make sleeping difficult and cause you ... Read on »
Benefits of Yoga - Inversions by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:11pm There are many health benefits of yoga that cover the gamut from flexibility, strength, peace, confidence, balance, to awareness. One of the many aspects that makes Yoga so unique is it's incorporation of inversions. Inverting your body (and sometimes your way of thinking) can help in numerous ways, such as the following: Give ... Read on »
Therapy Inversion by Josh Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Apr 2010 5:45am by Anne on April 15, 2010 in Workout Therapy Inversion US Auctions Australian Auctions Austrian Auctions Belgian Auctions Canadian Auctions French Auctions German Auctions Indian Auctions Irish Auctions Italian Auctions Dutch Auctions Polish Auctions Spanish Au ... Read on »
Inversions - My world upside down! by Nitin R. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 8:23pm I am in flight to India. It is my bi-annual trip for business but I am fortunate to dock in Model Colony right next to Guruji ’s Yoga Center RIMYI . I have to sincerely thank Mrs. Sunita Parthasarthy , Guruji's daughter who so gracious to request Mr. Pandu that I be allowed to take classes for two weeks I am in Pune . Thank you! I am excited an ... Read on »
Sciatica and back pain relief with inversion therapy by Cole F. Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 2:13pm 1 Comment I had to get lower back surgery in 2004 and even 2 years after the surgery I still had pain, stiffness and sciatica. Not until a friend told me about inversion therapy or "hanging upside down" did I try inversion therapy and boy am I ever glad I did. My abs, thighs, back and side flexors are healthy and stretched now and I feel so much better. ... Read on »
KBs, Inversion and Pistols - goo ... by Brett Jones Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 6:43pm KBs, Inversion and Pistols - good, bad or ugly?? Training today: Prep - Quick Z warm-up Get-up 32 kg x 3+3 VO2 Max 20 kg - 8 reps per 15 sec. x 20 sets Inversion table to finish Tore a couple of decks of cards and quartered one half Feeling good. An Applied Strength blog reader posted a link to another blog/a ... Read on »
Postocclusive reactive hyperemia inversely correlates with urinary 15-F2t-isoprostane levels in systemic sclerosis by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:56pm By Jean-Luc Cracowski and Colleague Abstract Microvascular dysfunction and increased oxidative stress are major hallmarks of the systemic sclerosis disease process. The primary objective of this study was to test whether there is a link between peak postocclusive hyperemia and urinary levels of the F2-isoprostane 15-F2t-IsoP (8-iso-P ... Read on »