Fri Jun 23 2017

Category: Ache / Pain


Urinary Tract Infections Need to Be Treated

Posted in Ache / Pain, Women's Health

Urinary tract infections are very common.  Most women will tell you when they have them.  They know the symptoms and they know how it affects them.  The thing about a UTI that's important is it does need antibiotic treatment and you need a culture.  You need to figure out what exactly is causing the urinary [&hellip

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Diagnosing Golfer’s Elbow

Posted in Ache / Pain, The Body

Golfer's elbow is a problem that doesn't get diagnosed as much as tennis elbow because not as many people know about it.  What it really is is a tendinitis in the medial tendon, not the lateral tendon.  So what you essentially have is that inside of the elbow.  How I describe it is if you [&hellip

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Reducing Tension

Posted in Ache / Pain, The Body

Tension is a problem that is especially linked with several key issues.  One is a headache.  Tension headaches get worse as the day goes on.  In addition to that, you can have tension that can lead to tightness in all the muscles.  Those muscles can be very affected by the tension.  The thing about tension [&hellip

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Avoiding Muscle Strains

Posted in Ache / Pain, The Body

Muscle strains are very problematic.  The thing I don't like about muscle strains is the fact that they can take forever to heal, especially as we get older.  In your 20s or 30s, a strain may take a few days.  In your 40s, it could take weeks.  Beyond that, it could be something that bothers [&hellip

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Evaluating the Cause of Sore Throats

Posted in Ache / Pain, The Body

A sore throat is a pain in the throat, so to speak, but the other thing about a sore throat that has to be understood is there are many causes.  There are bacterial causes and viral causes.  We have to evaluate them.  Certainly, if it's pharyngitis, you need to have an antibiotic to treat it.  [&hellip

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There’s No Simple Solution for Treating Depression

Posted in Ache / Pain, Mental Health

Depression is definitely under-diagnosed, and when it is diagnosed, it becomes a problem.  It's a problem because one of the issues that I find is that if you're someone who suffers from it, you have to understand that there is never a simple solution.  It's not one medication or one thought.  It could be a [&hellip

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Heart Attack Pain Can Vary

Posted in Ache / Pain, Health Conditions

Heart attack is a problem which all of us fear, and those of us who have had heart attacks certainly know the pain and fear it again and again.  But the thing about a heart attack is you don't always have a consistent pain.  The pain can vary over time and it can be different.  [&hellip

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Take the Time to Stretch Every Day

Posted in Ache / Pain, Exercise / Fitness, The Body

I'm a big fan of stretching.  One of the greatest things about stretching with exercise is that it helps loosen the muscles and protect you.  Stretching is a very important part of exercise, a very important part of our everyday.  Even if you're not exercising, take the time to stretch because a stretch can actually [&hellip

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Pain After Immunizations

Posted in Ache / Pain

Pain after immunizations can occur and it varies.  Usually, the pain we see after an immunization is kind of a knotty pain.  It can be a tightness or a tension, but usually that's all there is.  If you get pain and swelling, and you get erythema, then we start to worry about other issues.  That [&hellip

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Sinus Headaches Are Over-Diagnosed

Posted in Ache / Pain

Sinus headaches are very common, but sinus headaches are actually over-diagnosed.  A sinus headache is the pressure that can build in the sinuses from fluids, and it certainly can build from an infection.  But sinus headaches are often migraine headaches that we've misdiagnosed.  That's right, the symptoms are very similar.  A lot of people aren't [&hellip

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