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    Spine Problem- Symptoms, Types, Purpose, Diagnostic Procedures, and TreatmentSpine Problems: What is the Spine?In order to properly delve into the various spine problems, it's important to know more about the spine.The spine, or otherwise known as...

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Abnormal Sensations

Dysesthesia is a distortion in the sense of touch. There are several different types of this condition.Dysesthesia is an unpleasant and distorted sense of touch. It brings about aching, burning and tingling pain and happens most often in the upper or lower limbs. It often is manifested in other forms, such as pain. The most typical symptoms are ...

Back Pain

Back Pain Types, Causes, Symptoms, and TreatmentsWhat is Back Pain?Back pain, simply put, is any pain you might feel in your back, whether it is in the lower or upper part. There are many types of back pain, as well as causes. And a pain in any specific part of your back may be a symptom of another underlying cause. In this article, the differen...

Bleeding

Bleeding: Definition, Causes, Diagnostic Procedures, and TreatmentWhat is bleeding?Bleeding, also known as hemorrhaging or hemorrhaging, is blood dissemination from the circulatory system.  The process can include internal or external bleeding or worse Hypovolemia which will be discussed in detail in this article. When it comes to bleeding, it c...

Bowel and Bladder Incontinence

Bowel and Bladder IncontinenceWhat is Bowel and Bladder Incontinence?Bowel and Bladder Incontinence refers to problems regarding the excretory system’s disposal of our urine and fecal matter. Bowel and bladder incontinence refers to the inability to control the voluntary passage of urine and fecal matter and is also the inability to hold it in, ...

Decreased Mobility of the Spine

Decreased Mobility of the Spine: Degenerative Disc Disease & Scoliosis Each section of the spine has its own degree of mobility. The sections with the greatest mobility are the cervical (neck) and lumbar (lower back) areas. The thoracic spine area (from the bottom of the neck to the base of the rib cage) is relatively mobile. The sacrum (the...

Decreased Muscle Strength

Muscle Weakness: Causes, Symptoms, TreatmentDecreased Muscle Strength: What is Muscle Weakness?Muscle weakness, also known as myasthenia is simply defined as a lack of muscle strength in one of your body’s muscles. Muscle weakness is a very broad term that can include a wide range of meanings, conditions, and causes. As far as muscle weakness go...

Lower left back pain

WHAT IS LOWER BACK PAIN ON THE LEFT SIDE?Low back pain on the left side is discomfort in the lower portion of the back. It can be related to problems with the lumbar spine, the intervertebral discs that are located between the vertebrae, the spinal cord or nerves, the muscles or ligaments of the spine, the internal organs of the abdomen or pelvi...

Lower Right Back Pain

Lower Right Back Pain: Definition, Causes, and TreatmentWhat is low back pain?Low back pain is discomfort in the lumbar or lower portion of the back. It can be related to problems with the lumbar spine, the intervertebral discs that are located between the vertebrae, the spinal cord or nerves, the muscles or ligaments of the spine, the internal ...

Paralysis

Paralysis: Definition, Types, Causes, and TreatmentWhat is Paralysis: DefinitionOne of the saddest, most unfortunate things that could happen to a person is to suffer from some form of paralysis. It immediately defines him/her as not normally functioning. What is paralysis? Paralysis is the loss of one’s ability to move one or several muscles. I...

Paresthesia

Paresthesia Definition, Types, Causes, Diagnostic Procedures, and TreatmentWhat is paresthesia?Paresthesia and the loss of sensation in a certain area of the body are two of the most frequently noted disturbances in sensation.The paresthesia definition refers to a burning or prickling sensation that is usually felt in the hands, arms, legs, or f...
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