The Basics of a Traumatic Hip Dislocation
Hip dislocations that are a result of trauma usually happen with a high-energy injury. This article will not discuss this dislocation of artificial hip replacement, rather the dislocation of a hip from trauma. When a person is in a car accident or has a fall from a height, the hip can dislocate if the force is high enough.Symptoms of an Ulcer
Most ulcers are in the Duodenum, first part of the small intestine, and not in the stomach. Only 4% of stomach ulcers are caused by malignant tumors. Duodenal ulcers are generally benign.Everything You Need to Know About Magnetic Therapy
Quite unfortunately many people suffer from different types of aches and body pains even in these modern times. The mechanic and robotic routine is certainly a major contributing factor among people who suffer from different body pains.You Got Fired From Your Pain Management Doctor – Tips on Finding and Keeping a New Pain Doctor
Getting fired from your pain doctor may or may not be your fault. What I mean by that is it could be you were out of town and had a car accident necessitating an Emergency Room Visit with narcotics involved. It could be that your medications were stolen by a family member, and you are not the kind of person to get the police involved with the necessary police report per your pain management agreement.Fibromyalgia: Turned Out to Be All-In-Your-Head After All (Part II )
In Part Two we will consider some of the evidence suggesting fibromyalgia is an affliction of brain dysfunction. Ultimately the goal of part two is to identify and characterize the abnormal functioning of the various brain regions that have been reported in recent neuroscience literature and suggest possible natural approaches to the correction of these dysfunctions. This represents a major leap forward in the treatment of fibromyalgia.