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Treating Pain With Acupuncture
Treating Pain With Acupuncture

16 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Acupuncture is a type of traditional medicine that first began back in the East. It’s thought that it might have begun around 3300 BCE. Although the exact time is uncertain.   It’s thought that energy flows through our body in a specific pattern. When this route is disrupted, vital organs aren’t receiving oxygen and other essential nutrients. This is what causes disorders to occur. So an acupuncturist will apply either needles, heat or lasers to specific areas of the body known as meridians to remove the obstacle. This will stimulate the nerves, tissue, muscle and organs, which will activate the b..
Effects of Chronic Alcohol Abuse on Pain Management
Effects of Chronic Alcohol Abuse on Pain Management

14 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Many people turn to alcohol to solve problems. Alcohol is more than a way to relax or a way to forget hard times for some of these people. They use it in an attempt to self-medicate for a number of situations: sadness, insomnia, stress, and in some cases, even pain relief. Since pain and stress often exacerbate each other, it’s not hard to see why a..
Inflammation and Arthritis
Inflammation and Arthritis

13 April 2014

What Is Inflammation? When you think of arthritis, you think of inflammation. Inflammation is a process in which the body's white blood cells and chemicals help protect us from infection and foreign substances such as bacteria and viruses. In some diseases, however, the body's defense system (immune system) triggers an inflammatory response when the..
Amitriptyline for Treating Fibromyalgia: A Help or Hindrance?
Amitriptyline for Treating Fibromyalgia: A Help or Hindrance?

12 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - There are numerous treatments available for the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is classified as a disorder of pain processing due to abnormalities in the ways in which pain signals are processed in the central nervous system.   Patients suffering from fibromyalgia often complain of depression, insomnia,irritable bowel syndr..
Functional History
Functional History

12 April 2014

The rehabilitation evaluation of chronic disease often shows lost function. Through the functional history, the physician characterizes the disabilities that have resulted from disease and identifies remaining capabilities. The functional history is considered part of the history of the present illness by some physicians and a separate segment of the patient interv..
Lower Back Pain is N1 Cause of Disability
Lower Back Pain is N1 Cause of Disability

06 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Lower back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide, according to a large new study published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases.   Researchers in the U.K., Australia and the U.S. studied data from the Global Burden of Disease study, which assessed the health of people in 187 countries. They found that almost one out of ten peop..
 Patient History
Patient History

05 April 2014

Tiếng Việt >> Ordinarily, the patient history is obtained in an interview of the patient by the physician. If communication disorders and cognitive deficits are encountered during the rehabilitation evaluation, additional collaborative information must be obtained from significant others accompanying the patient. The spouse and family members are valu..
What's Your Pain Tolerance?
What's Your Pain Tolerance?

05 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Why is back pain or a knee injury annoying to one person and sheer agony to another? Turns out, an individual's tolerance to pain is as unique as the person, and is shaped by some surprising biological factors, as well as some psychological factors that we can actually try to control.   Feeling Pain There are two steps to feeling pain. ..
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Smoking, and Alcohol
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Smoking, and Alcohol

04 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - The potential risks smoking and drinking pose to people with rheumatoid arthritis. You already know that smoking is bad for you and that it's unhealthy to drink too much alcohol.   But do you know how tobacco and alcohol relate to rheumatoid arthritis -- your odds of developing RA, or, if you already have RA, your odds of making it worse? ..
10 Ways to Manage Low Back Pain at Home
10 Ways to Manage Low Back Pain at Home

04 April 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Perhaps you bent the wrong way while lifting something heavy. Or you're dealing with a degenerative condition like arthritis. Whatever the cause, once you have low back pain, it can be hard to shake. About one in four Americans say they've had a recent bout of low back pain. And almost everyone can expect to experience back pain at some point in t..
Overview of Clinical Evaluation
Overview of Clinical Evaluation

03 April 2014

Tiếng Việt >> As with other branches of medicine, the cornerstone of rehabilitation medicine is a meticulous and germane patient evaluation. Therapeutic intervention must be based on proper patient assessment. The disability cannot be isolated from preexisting and concurrent medical problems. Although the rehabilitation evaluation encompasses all elem..
Exercises to Ease Knee Pain
Exercises to Ease Knee Pain

03 April 2014

Why Exercise? If you have a knee injury, you may worry that exercising could cause more damage or pain. But the opposite is true: Strengthening the muscles that support your knee, and keeping them flexible, is the best way to prevent further injuries. Start slowly, and build your strength over time. Some muscle soreness is normal when you exercise. But you shou..
Coccyx Injections
Coccyx Injections

02 April 2014

Coccyx pain (coccydynia) apparently occurs far less commonly than lumbosacral pain. Coccydynia can be a severe and persistent pain, causing significant suffering, frustration, and functional limitations (199). These patients often have a history of coccyx trauma (e.g., from a fall or childbirth) resulting in contusions, fractures, dislocations, or other injuries. H..

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