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The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the body. It starts from nerve roots in the lower back and spreads through the buttocks … [Read More...]
The vast majority of adults worldwide will have an issue with back pain to some degree at one point or another. Roughly one in every four Americans … [Read More...]
A stubbed toe can make your eyes water and is likely to induce a few choice words. There’s no doubt it’s a painful experience. But how do you know if … [Read More...]
What is Biceps Tendon Rupture?
First of all, a rupture is simply a tear.
Second, a tendon is connective tissue that connect muscle-to-bone. (As … [Read More...]
What will your doctor look for?
Your doctor will look for signs, clear objective findings discovered during the examination.
Any time a … [Read More...]
What is Epixtaxis?
Epistaxis is a bloody nose. For the vast majority of persons, nose bleeds are not a big deal. Hot humid days can trigger a … [Read More...]
For most people, a good night of sleep can be miraculously repairing. Unfortunately, however, around 20% of the population has little or no … [Read More...]
Most people rarely think about their bladders until they have a particularly close call finding a restroom. Patients often do not realize they have an … [Read More...]
The bursae (plural of bursa) are small sacs filled with fluid. They provide cushioning for the tissues surrounding your joints. If the bursae become … [Read More...]