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Severe Headache, Neck Pain, Muscle Spasms: Symptoms of Hemorrhage for Brett Michaels by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 06 May 2010 12:00am One of the shows I have been following this year is the Celebrity Apprentice , and Brett Michaels is one of the stars this season. This animated, and creative rocker is actually doing quite well on the show. Bret has been in the news recently because he suffered a hemorrhage, specifically, a brain hemorrhage called a “subarachnoid ... Read on »
Muscle Spasms, Potassium Deficiency, and Fibromyalgia by Lisa R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 3:37pm Those of us who suffer from Fibromyalgia know all too well the pain we endure on a day to day basis. However if you are experiencing fatigue, and muscle spasms there maybe another reason. Potassium Deficiency or [Hypokalemia.] Potassium Deficiency is generally not caused by lack of nutrition however people with Fibromyalgia are at a higher ... Read on »
The HealthyNeck System Muscle spasm and tension of the Neck and Headache Relief by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 4:12pm We are always looking for great neck pain relief products here at Arc4life . Today I want to discuss a great tool called the HealthyNeck System .Great for the relief of neck pain, migraine headaches, cervicogenic headaches and muscle spasm of the upper trapezius and neck muscles. The HealthyNeck has 5 different surfaces to give you an effecti ... Read on »
Avoiding Muscle Spasms by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:34am 1 Comment We have all had muscle spasms, a sudden involuntary contraction of a muscle or a group of muscles. Spasms are generally mild, only lasting a few minutes but severe cases can be painful and dangerous. Pain is the first sign of a spasmodic muscle contraction (the official name of spasms). A few things can be done to stop minor and potential sev ... Read on »
Types of Muscle Spasm by Jon Wise DC Posted Thu 18 Mar 2010 11:43am Types of Muscle Spasm Types of Muscle Spasm and the reason why we have them... By Kevin Donka 1. PROTECTIVE/HEALING SPASM – If a muscle is injured, it may contract to keep from being passively stretched and injured further. It is actually protective in this way. In addition, the spasm increases the metabolism in the muscle, increas ... Read on »
The Dreadful Unwanted Muscle Spasm and one Researchers Story by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:23am Recently Mr. Dhaliwal presented to our office with left sided neck and upper back pain. Mr. Dhaliwal is a researcher who uses his computer quite a bit. He doesn't realize it but he when he types he keeps his shoulders up in a scrunched up manner and looks down at his keyboard at hours on end (doing research). He is also under a lot of stress at w ... Read on »
How to Treat a Muscle Spasm with Ice and Biofreeze by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:31pm Muscle spasm or muscle tension in the neck or in the lower back? One way to treat this simply at home is to use a combination of ice and Biofreeze, a natural pain relieving Gel. A muslce spasm often feels like a tightness and sometimes it can be painful. I originally wrote this article on ehow.com and now i want to share it on my blog as well. In ... Read on »
Multiple Sclerosis and Muscle Spasms by livingdaytodaywithmultiplesclerosis Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 8:05pm If you have Multiple Sclerosis, then you know about Muscle Spasms. I have severe muscle spasms and I take Baclofen for them. I am over the dosage for treating them. My Neuro last year said I should consider getting the Baclofen Pump. I told him I would not have anything permanently inserted into my body for MS until I absolutely had to.I know t ... Read on »
FDA Gives the Ok for Botox To Be Used for Muscle Spasms In the Wrist and Finger Areas of the Hand by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 09 Mar 2010 7:08pm 1 Comment This proves interesting as Allergan back in October last year filed a law suit for the “off label” warning to be removed, in other words the “black box” warning.  Allegan is also facing competition in this area that sells the same product for a cheaper price. Botox is looking to almost be the everything/anything injection as studies are also ... Read on »
There are new ways to treat muscle spasms. by Carol Grant Posted Fri 04 Dec 2009 4:32am Looking for new ways to treat muscle spasms are important in any Chiropractic office.  Muscle spasms have been historically treated with heat, electrical stimulation and or ultrasound. And this can be effective to a certain degree. But there are new ways to treat spasms that we use in our Chiropractic office. New ways to treat muscle spas ... Read on »