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Physical Therapy for Scoliosis
05/23/2016

Physical therapy is a complex of nonsurgical methods, which presupposes treatment of patients with the help of various natural and artificial physical factors. Along with other methods, physical therapy for scoliosis produces a very nice effect and is the safest and the most painless treatment and rehabilitation method.


Chiropractic Risks
05/23/2016

Chiropractic (from Latin “manus” – hand and from Greek “θεραπεία” – healing) is treatment and diagnostics methods, which presuppose influencing the patient’s organism with hands. Chiropractic is mostly used for locomotor system and internals disease treatment. Despite that these methods influence a human organism well, there are some chiropractic risks. Being aware of those risks, you will avoid many health problems.


Scoliosis and Pregnancy
05/13/2016

In some cases a woman finds out that she suffers from scoliosis only when she gets pregnant: back pain starts disturbing her more often. But there is another version: a couple is planning a child birth, and the future mother wonders if scoliosis and pregnancy are compatible and how the disease will influence the child’s health.


Massage therapy for back pain
05/06/2016

All the benefits can be achieved by means of following an important condition: massage therapy for back pain should be done by a qualified specialist.


Chiropractic for Scoliosis Treatment
04/28/2016

 Scoliosis treatment is one of the most difficult tasks orthopedists and vertebrologists from all over the world face today. The thing is that the basis of this disorder is a vertebral deformity, which is difficult to correct both operatively and nonoperatively. One of the treatment methods, which are actively used for various kinds and stages of scoliosis, is chiropractic.


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Causes of chronic lower back pain
04/26/2016

Pain in the lower back is one of the most widespread kinds of pain syndrome. According to the World Health Organization, nearly 80% of the world population experiences an acute or chronic episode of this pathological condition during their lives. Chronic lower back pain matters most, since it often results in a deterioration in the quality of life, a loss of the capacity for self-care, and personal disability.


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Spine Surgery - Discectomy, Laminectomy, Fusion, & Artificial Discs
08/01/2015

Some cases of back pain can be relieved by back surgery, but it is rarely necessary. In most cases, back pain goes away on its own within a few months. 

Pain in the lower back is one of the most common reasons people seek the care of  their primary physician. Problems with the back usually respond to conservative or non-surgical treatments like anti-inflammatory medicines, gentle massage, heat and physical therapy.

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Cervical Osteochondrosis: Generalized and Localized Types
08/01/2015

Cervical osteochondrosis is a condition that results when changes begin to occur in the cushioning discs which lie between the vertebrae in the neck. The changes in these discs cause changes in the neck vertebrae and joints themselves to also occur, resulting in compression of the nerve roots.  nisone, along with an anesthetic, directly into the affected area is recommended in some cases of cervical osteochondrosis. 


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Spinal Injectons and Pre and Post Operative Advice to Consider
01/08/2015

An injection is a way of getting medicine or other fluids into the body by a method other than the digestive system. In the United States injections into the subcutaneous layer of skin or the muscle are often called "shots" and in UK English the are often referred to as "jabs."  The medication or other fluid is injected into the body using a syringe and a sharp hollow needle which pierces the skin and the tissues to the appropriate depth.