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PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE EXAMINED by Encompass Network Partners .. Posted Thu 21 Jan 2010 9:02am 1 Comment From: The Clinical Services Journal January 2010 Dr ROBERT MORGAN, consultant vascular and interventional radiologist at St George’s Vascular Unit, provides an overview of the burden of PAD, guidance on how to diagnose the condition, relevant risk factors, risk-factor modification and treatment options available. Today, one in five in th ... Read on »
EDTA chelation by Mark Levin Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 7:01pm EDTA IV chelation is unproven for any indication. Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid ("EDTA") is a synthetic amino acid first used in the 1940' s for treatment of heavy metal poisoning. It is widely recognized as effective for that use as well as certain others, including emergency treatment of hypercalcemia and the control of ventricular arrhythm ... Read on »
Sciatica treatment in NYC by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Thu 04 Sep 2008 12:00am Sciatica treatment in NYC Contact Dr. Steven Shoshany at (212) 645-8151 or visit www.truespinaldecompression.com or www.drshoshany.com I wanted to give a exhaustive description and defintion of Sciatica so i did some research and found a site sciatca.org and posted information below. enjoy! Sciatica Definition: Pain along the cou ... Read on »
All kinds of treatments out there for lupus by Carla U. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Jun 2008 6:08pm i thought i'd share this, which i found on dailystrength.org. this is a list of all the various treatments people with lupus have tried. includes number of people who tried it and percent of people who found it helpful. Just like my surveymonkey.com survey, plaquenil and prednisone top the list. not surprising, as prednisone was the first ... Read on »
Exercise improves leg pain cause ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 11:45pm Exercise improves leg pain caused by arterial disease OAK BROOK, Ill., 03 feb 2009 – Patients with leg pain caused by arterial disease may be able to forego treatment of the affected artery by participating in hospital-supervised exercise, according to a new study published in the February issue of Radiology. Intermittent claudication is a ... Read on »
Exercise improves leg pain caused by arterial disease by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:21am Posted by Neill Abayon OAK BROOK, Ill. – Patients with leg pain caused by arterial disease may be able to forego treatment of the affected artery by participating in hospital-supervised exercise, according to a new study published in the February issue of Radiology. Intermittent claudication is a painful leg condition affecting some patie ... Read on »
Try It Before You Prescribe It: Wet Sock Treatment by Krystal Plonski Posted Wed 01 Jun 2011 12:00am Okay so you might be slightly intrigued by the title of this post. Wet Socks? What could I possibly treat with wet socks?! Well, I’m glad that you asked… Wet sock treatment is indicated for: > Throat infections > Enlarged tonsils > Neck Pain > Ear Infections > Headaches > Migraines > Nasal congestion > URIs (Upper ... Read on »
Chronic pain| Foot Hydrotherapy by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 03 Jul 2008 4:11pm  Saturday, April 26, 2008 Alternate hot and coldhydrotherapyof the legs were given at ten 25-minute treatments during a three-week period to 20 patients with walking induced pain in the feet and lower limbs. 70% of the patients reported reduced pain after treatment, walking ability before pain and also maximal walking ability sustained up to ... Read on »
Your Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Magnesium levels basically determine your present state of health. by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 12:00am 1 Comment Your Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Magnesium levels basically determine your present state of health. Unfortunately, the majority of Americans lose 80-90% of their optimal DHEA between ages 30 and 80. According to Dr. Norman Shealy, every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency and low levels of the hormone DHEA. D ... Read on »