Steroid Injections Linked To Increased Bone Loss
A new study in Science Daily reports that the use of epidural steroid injections for back pain and sciatica are linked to an increase in bone density loss in post menopausal women. As reported in the December 1, 2012 edition of Science Daily, postmenopausal women suffered significant bone density loss in their hip after they were treated with an epidural steroid injection for back pain relief, according to a Henry Ford Hospital study.The Kinetic Chain and It’s Weak Links
Weaknesses and working on them to be a better CrossFitter is something you’ll hear talked about a lot at a CF gym. For some it’s getting their first muscle ups, a better snatch or a better ‘Fran’ time. However, one thing you’ll probably never see on there is goals relating to flexibility or a better overhead squat position.Life Before and After a Knee Replacement
Having surgery to replace one’s knees can be quite stressful on the body, as well as the psyche. Life after knee replacement is probably not going to be the same as life before the surgery. Learn more about it.End Tennis Elbow Pain With LED Light Therapy
Discover a unique alternative for treating the pain that is associated with tennis elbow. This advanced technology offers great relief without harmful and expensive drugs.Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery
Anterior hip replacement is a surgery that has been performed for twenty years. This technique allows the orthopedic specialist to provide you with the same procedure as the standard hip replacement but with less disruption to the surrounding soft tissues and muscle tissues.