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How to Treat a Ganglion Cyst Rupture

Why Do I Have A Ganglion Cyst? Nobody knows for sure why ganglion cysts form. They grow from the lining of joints and tendons. Usually, when the tissue at the joint erupts, lubricating fluid leaks into this area of misplaced tissue. Therefore, a ganglion cyst develops. Arthritis and repetitive use injury patients commonly get ganglion [...]

The Effects of Poor Posture on The Body

Posture is the position that you hold your body at while standing, sitting, or lying down. A correct posture is the position of the least amount of stress. So, pressure on the joints, muscles, and tissues is at a minimum. Therefore, providing the most efficient movement. A prolonged posture causes the CNS (central nervous system) [...]

Different Types of Spinal Curvature Disorders

Your spine consists of vertebrae and discs that are stacked upon each other. A healthy back has gentle curves. Therefore, absorbing stress from gravity and movement. A spine viewed from the back should be straight. However, any abnormalities cause the spinal curvature to shift, becoming misaligned. There are three main types of spinal curvature disorders; [...]

9 Celebrities Who Once Lived With Back Pain

Back pain can be debilitating. In fact, it can impact your daily life. But, you are not alone. Most adults experience back pain at some point. And this includes celebrities too. Starting from the screen, stage, and also including those who play in sports arenas will often suffer from back pain. Back pain flare-ups may [...]

Tiger Woods Accident Left Him with a Rod, Screws, and Pins

As most of us know, Tiger Woods has been through many surgical procedures, including spinal fusion surgery. And unfortunately, the terrifying Tiger Woods car accident Tuesday in Los Angeles left him with open right leg fractures. Now, Tiger Woods has undergone surgery to insert a rod, screws, and pins to keep his left leg and [...]

What Are the Symptoms of Pseudogout?

Pseudogout occurs when calcium pyrophosphate (CPP) crystals form in soft tissues. It is not known why some get pseudogout, and others do not. This condition can affect any joint. The knee, ankle, wrist, and large knuckles, though, are most often affected. But, the hip, shoulders, and spine can be too. Although the cause of pseudogout [...]