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Before I forget.......... by Ulyana C. Healthy Living Professional ... the boot is really heavy... i have bruises on my armpits thanks to the crutches... i have many very nice people around me, who make this so much easier... my husband thinks i am hard core, and he's...
Maybe swimming? My wife was in physical therapy for several months, and they had her doing swimming with a long foam noodle. She would sit on the noodle and move her legs around. The noodle supported her weight in the water.
Swollen lymph nodes are a symptom, that the body is fighting something. Since doctors cannot find the cause, the best thing for you to do is to strengthen your immune system, to aid the body in its fight. Look into homeopathi
Several thoughts come to mind.  First, it's strange that movement makes your pain worse but breathing & coughing doesn't since both require use of your intercostal muscles and ribs.  You didn't mention trauma or injury but a
Hello, lately I just found out that too much heat while at work can really cause headaches. I cannot concentrate on my job. Our company are totally gunned down. Needs replacement I guess. It's been there for decades.
Why not, designer crutches! The ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Why not, designer crutches!  They look good and appear to add a bit more padding too.  BD  Crutches area generally used by patients who have injury below the waist. They hurt the arms, hands...
Walking without crutches by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven An eating disorder has often been described as a metaphorical "crutch." For me, anorexia helped... much anything. Some psychologists posit that you are using a "crutch" because you are "hurt" somehow. Although I won't deny that co...
Crutches and Sore Hands by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Crutch Hand” as a condition should have its own place in the medical dictionary. The term... of an iatrogenic condition is ‘Crutch Hand’? It really is quite astonishing that the standard crutch...
My Crutch by Laurie P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven and uncertainty as I begin dealing with life without crutches. ...
Crutches ... by drunkenspaniel Patient Expert Crutches Published 15 January 2008UncategorizedLeave a  Comment As you know, I’ve been on crutches for 5 weeks, and am likely to remain on crutches for another three. I am now sporting a giant...

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