AFOs – A Down To Earth Guide on Ankle Foot Orthoses and Orthopedic Braces – Part 6
This is part of a simplified guide to ankle foot orthoses. It is designed for patients and medical professionals that do not want to read a novel on the subject. This is like your cliff notes on AFOs. If you are medical professional reading this, make sure to also see the areas in articles that says “Take Home Points For Medical Professionals”.Inflammatory Disease
At least 50 percent of the population, starting at age 40, has some degree of inflammatory disease, and possibly more will become prone to it as they become older. At age 60 and above these statistics will increase dramatically. Inflammation can affect any muscle, joint, bone, ligament, brain and even the heart.How to Have Effective Pain Management?
Perhaps, at some point in your life you have experienced terrible pain within you. Indeed, it is a very undesirable feeling; in fact, you can have trauma of getting hurt again from your first moment of attack. However, as long as you are alive, you will most likely have greater chances of getting pain.Breakthrough – Beating Headaches Without Pills
Greetings pain lovers! Pain is the body’s way to say “Ooops! Stop!” Imagine if I told you there is a free tool that you can carry with you every day to read leave headaches. What we do pay for this tool?Reasonable Goals Of Pain Management
One of the main fundamentals of narcotic treatment is to control the pain with the least amount of side effects. Unfortunately, there’s not a spreadsheet telling providers exactly how much to prescribe to make that happen. A lot of pain is subjective.Chronic Pain and Opioids
There are two main groups of pain medications. 1. Analgesics – These are drugs specifically used in treating pain. Analgesics include opioids, non-opioids, and combination medications. 2. Adjuvant medications are those with primary uses other than pain relief, but help with pain relief. These include anticonvulsants, muscle relaxants, and antidepressants.How and When To Use Heat or Cold on Muscle Injuries
Here are a few tips to help you apply the proper method to best help, heal, and prevent any further damage to a damaged muscle. When is the proper time to use heat on a muscle injury? Use it 48 hour after a new injury or you can use before you start an activity that will use or maybe aggravate a previous injury.AFOs – A Down To Earth Guide on Ankle Foot Orthoses and Orthopedic Braces – Part 4
This is a down to earth guide that covers the topics of AFOs (ankle foot orthoses). This is designed for patients and medical professionals that do not want to read 250 page book on the topic of bracing. If you are a medical professional reading this, make sure to look for the sections entitled “take home topics for medical professionals”. This free information can help.AFOs – A Down To Earth Guide on Ankle Foot Orthoses and Orthopedic Braces – Part 5
This is a simple guide to ankle foot orthoses made for patients and medical professionals. If you are a medical professional looking for more information on orthopedic braces, then make sure to read the “take home points for medical professionals” section of these articles.AFOs – A Down To Earth Guide on Ankle Foot Orthoses and Orthopedic Braces – Part 3
This is a down to earth guide that surrounds the topic of orthopedic braces. In specific, we will be discussing ankle foot orthoses. This health information is presented for those of us that do not want to read a 250 page book on the subject. If you are a medical professional looking for more information on orthopedic braces, then make sure to read the “take home points for medical professionals” section of these articles.