Archive for the ‘Skeleton – Joints’ Category
The reflex sympathetic dystrophy : that he is hiding behind this barbarous name? This is an unpredictable complication that is triggered usually after a more or less serious injury (fracture, sprain , dislocation, …) or after a surgical bone or joint. The reflex sympathetic dystrophy, which affects more frequently women than men, manifested by tingling , pain ankle, or leg, or arm …
The RSD is also known algoneurodystrophie or complex regional pain syndrome ( CRPS ). Read the rest of this entry »
What is fibromyalgia?
The fibromyalgia is linked to widespread pain in the tendons , muscles, bones .
They affect more willingly women than men.
This condition is not appreciated by the medical profession in Europe. It is more support for the United States in particular by rheumatologists . It can even be considered a disability and possibly supported by private insurance Read the rest of this entry »
Lumbago, back pain
The lumbago or lower back pain acute, that is to say a bad back above the buttocks , possibly with radiation into the buttocks, around the thigh, or in front at the groin. It is due to a pathology of the spine or its environment (muscles, tendons …)
The pain tends to sometimes become chronic, with periods of remission, more or less total. This condition is extremely common and treatment is not always up to the expectations of full recovery. Read the rest of this entry »
The dislocation is a joint problem requiring treatment to be very careful lavished by a specialist. It is defined by the movement or the distance between two joint surfaces produced which are normally face to face. In case of dislocation, the displacement is as if no correction, no treatment is undertaken. Read the rest of this entry »
Calcium in the bones
The bones and the skeleton is the structure of the human body, they are held together by ligaments, muscles and tendons . Bone is hard tissue formed by a frame formed mineral minerals such as calcium , the phosphorus , the magnesium … Everyone has a bone stock to monitor and maintain, this, in early childhood. Read the rest of this entry »