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Cirrhosis of the Liver by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm 1 Comment The liver, the largest organ in the body, is essential in keeping the body functioning properly. It removes or neutralizes poisons from the blood, produces immune agents to control infection, and removes germs and bacteria from the blood. It makes proteins that regulate blood clotting and produces bile to help absorb fats and fat-soluble vi ... Read on »
Laser Therapy for Scar Tissue Reduction in St. Petersburg, Fl 33702 727-502-3464 by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 02 Aug 2012 8:16am Reduce Unsightly Scars with Laser Therapy   At Healthy Being Wellness Center, we utilize a cold laser therapy with a special serum that enhances the reduction of unsightly scars and keloids.  Clients seek our laser therapy for scar tissue post plastic surgery, cancer sugeries, c-sections, hip surgeries and any deep, internal adhesions that ... Read on »
Creating scar tissue to relieve ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:21pm Creating scar tissue to relieve pain....been around for a long time according to the article..prolotherapy..usually not covered by insurance...studies still trying to pin it down and why it works...BD  In college Barry Taft could bench-press a maximum of 225 pounds. But over time the strain of weight lifting led Taft to severely injure the ... Read on »
Pelvic Pain: The Role of Scar Tissue by Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer Posted Tue 25 Sep 2012 6:18pm Scar tissue is a common contributing factor to pelvic pain. The good news is: it’s an issue that’s highly treatable with PT. In this blog, I plan to give you the rundown of how scar tissue can impair the pelvic floor as well as how PT and self-treatment can successfully treat these impairments. Before we get into what scar tissue ... Read on »
Scar Tissue by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 4:04am This post was inspired by a student who is having adverse effects from scar tissue that has built up over 11 years since by-pass surgery. Her lung capacity, and thus oxygen intake, has been diminished. As you might imagine, this is not helpful in finding energy to go about your day. The effects of Yoga on oxygen, and how important this wonderful ... Read on »
The Anatomy of Scar Tissue by Jan Posted Tue 19 Oct 2010 12:00am The What and Why's of Scars Scars. We probably all have at least one. But what exactly is a scar and why do we get them? What Is A Scar?A scar is a mark left in skin or organs by the healing of a wound or injury. It is the replacement of tissue by connective tissue. Connective tissue is made up of collagen, a fibrous protei ... Read on »
Q&A: Post-Op Pelvic Pain, Kegels for Erectile Dysfunction, Scar Tissue and More by Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer Posted Fri 12 Oct 2012 4:39am As the blog grows, we continue to get important questions from our readers. In this blog post, we’re going to tackle a handful of the recent questions that have come our way. If you have a question of your own, please take the opportunity to post it in the “comments” section of this blog. Pelvic Floor Relaxation: Beyond the Drop Dear ... Read on »
Can Scar Tissue Affect Fertility? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 12:00am QuestionI have never been pregnant or on birth control pills or had surgery but I have scar tissue so bad they can't see my reproductive system. Will I ever be able to conceive? Is this fixable? AnswerHello Sarah from Canada,   I am not sure how your diagnosis was made without having had surgery. Scar tissue is usually only diagno ... Read on »
My Story by Christine from WI Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:44pm 2 Comments About 5 years ago I started having terrible headaches whenever I would lie down at night. I would wake up at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning and toss and turn trying to find a comfortable way to sleep. The pain felt like pressure in my face behind my cheeks or eyes. My family doctor treated me for sinus infections several times, which I’m now certain I ... Read on »
My Story by Christine from WI Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:44pm 3 Comments About 5 years ago I started having terrible headaches whenever I would lie down at night. I would wake up at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning and toss and turn trying to find a comfortable way to sleep. The pain felt like pressure in my face behind my cheeks or eyes. My family doctor treated me for sinus infections several times, which I’m now certain ... Read on »