What are the treatment options for people who suffer from both ankylosing spondylitis and fibromyalgia?
Drinking alcohol can cause of a lot of health problems like headaches, weight gain and liver damage but is there also a potential link between drinking alcohol and the development of lower back pain. Read more to find out if there really is a link.
When you notice a growth on your wrist that appeared seemingly overnight, it is not surprising to think it could be some type of tumor or bone spurt that formed around your wrist. Although possible, a far more likely cause would be ganglionic cysts.
Bunionette can be treated surgically and non-surgically. Exercises have an important role in both types of bunionette treatment. In the non-surgical method, exercises are used to prevent further deterioration and in surgical the goal is rehabilitation.
Several treatment methods are available for a painful little toe aka bunionette. Most people will try to avoid surgery, and they will use non-surgical methods which often provide pain relief. In more severe cases, surgery might be the only solution.
A painful little toe can be treated at home using non-surgical treatment methods and lifestyle changes. Non-surgical methods should be used prior to surgery. In most cases, they can help with bunionette pain relief.
Bunionette (Tailor’s bunion) is a bony bump at the base of the fifth toe (little toe). In most cases it is asymptomatic, however, it can cause severe pain and discomfort. There is a number of different non-surgical and surgical treatment methods.
Results have been published on an international study which showed that the risk of sustaining a second osteoporotic fracture, after having sustained an initial fracture, was increased. This risk was also drastically increased in women compared to men.
If you hear the word "bruise", you probably think of some purple discolouration on the skin. But bruises can occur in muscles and bone, and these are far more traumatic than they sound. Here, we look at what a bone bruise is and what you can do.
Preliminary results, on a fracture risk study, have been published recently which show that the risk of sustaining a hip or vertebral fracture after having knee replacement surgery done increased as compared to the risk decades before surgery.