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Vertigo is often a term used to refer to the lack of balance of the patient. It is characterized by episodes of dizziness that make it difficult for the patient to complete their tasks when necessary. But little do people know that involved vertigo issues in the inner ear of the patient. Usually, it is a result of the build-up of calcium particles in the inner ear. However, the fluid pressure in the ear, as well as the viral infection of the ear nerves, also develop into vertigo. Feelings of ...
Posted on 2018-09-07
Rehabilitation is an integrated part of the patient’s total recovery from an injury. Post-surgical rehabilitation helps the body cope with the stress and trauma that it has been exposed to. Joint replacements and spinal surgery are three of the most common medical procedures that require post-surgical rehabilitation, but it is not limited to these three. After a simple fracture on the arm, you may be needed for the doctor to seek rehabilitation to help your body get back its strength. A p...
Posted on 2018-09-03
While it stems from traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture has grown vastly in helping improve the lives of individuals dealing with some diseases. Because of its holistic approach to healing, acupuncture can stimulate specific points in the body by the simple insertion of needles into the skin. Today, acupuncture remains to be one of the most relevant forms of healing that complement most medications today. The use of acupuncture in most Western countries remains to be steady because of the...
Posted on 2018-08-28
The Active Release Technique or often referred to as the ART is a combination of manipulation and movement. It targets the soft tissues in the body to help alleviate pain and discomfort. Although it has been around for more than thirty years or so, there are still a lot of people who could benefit from undergoing such treatment. What does ART come with?. The practice of ART entails the identification of where scar tissues have formed, isolating it for treatment and targeting the affected areas...
Posted on 2018-08-20
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