Functional Performance Center is a physical therapy clinic that is located in Tempe, Arizona. This physical therapy clinic was founded in December 2001. Functional Performance Center specializes in physical therapy, sports therapy, and rehabilitation. Their services include physical therapy, sports therapy, rehabilitation, 3D maps, orthotics, ASTYM™ system, functional training and conditioning, running assessments, and additional services. Their additional services include massage therapy, acupuncture, and nutrition. The common conditions they treat include the adhesive capsulitis or 'frozen shoulder ', acromioclavicular joint impingement or shoulder impingement, bursitis, concussion, degenerative disk disease, degenerative joint disease/
Herpes Zoster(shingles) also known as the reactivation of the Varicella-Zoster virus. Varicella-Zoster virus is another word for the chickenpox. Chickenpox is mainly describe as a childhood infectious disease. If you have developed chickenpox there is a chance you can develop Herpes Zoster. This disease is often presented in elderly because there cellular Immunity is reduced. There are many important facts associated with the Herpes Zoster virus which is causation, signs & symptoms, Treatments available, organ system involved and other important historical facts associated with this disease. In the United States there are about 1 out 3 people who develop shingles and there is about 1 million cases involving shingles every year.
Genital Herpes is a disease that is sexually transmitted, and is in the form of wart like bumps. This disease is very common and highly contagious. This form of herpes nationwide is affecting 45 million people from ages 12 and older. Genital Herpes and other forms of herpes originated from early chimpanzees, and rodent like chipmunks.
aricella-zoster virus (VZV) is a ubiquitous human alpha- herpesvirus, which causes varicella (chicken pox) and herpes zoster (shingles). Varicella results from primary VZV infec- tion; it is a common childhood illness associated with fever and a generalized pruritic vesicular rash. As is characteristic of the alphaherpesviruses, VZV establishes latency in cells of the dorsal root ganglia after primary infection. Herpes zoster is a localized, painful, vesicular rash involving one or adjacent der- matomes and caused by VZV reactivation. The incidence of herpes zoster increases with age or immunosuppression.
Why is dating with herpes so stressful? After being diagnosed with herpes, people are worried that they might transfer the virus to their partner. There is a certain kind of stigma surrounding herpes and this is what makes it difficult for people to be open about their medical condition. Fortunately, dating with herpes isn 't as burdensome as some people think.
Cervical disc herniation is a serious disease, and more research should be done to help analyze the most reliable and effective treatment technique, whether surgical or non-surgical. It is essential that patients and physicians consider the complications, outcomes and all the other risks involved in each technique. The causes of cervical disc herniation should also be researched upon so that more natural ways of preventing it can be tested. However, it is essential for one to maintain a good posture while at work, walking and sleeping as well as exercising to keep fit and stretch the muscles and spinal
procedures, when dispensed in the same minimal regimen, yield comparable or divergent outcomes in patients with
The first medical description of phantom limb pain (PLP) as being the pain perceived by the region of the body no longer present was
To evaluate the effectiveness of the McKenzie method used for management of low back pain with sciatica.
Spinal anaesthesia is the most common technique in LSCS and several adjuvants have been tried along with local anaesthetic for prolongation postoperative analgesia. (1) And better postoperative analgesia will improve mother child interaction and improved breastfeeding and infant well-being. Regional anaesthesia for LSCS has distinct advantages over General anaesthesia via avoidance of pulmonary aspiration and difficult in ventilation and intubation due to physiological changes of pregnancy and better postoperative analgesia, less neonatal exposure to drugs. Bupivacaine is being more preferred because of its long acting action and more potent, less neurotoxic than lignocaine. Ketamine a phencyclidine derivative anaesthetic agent
Citation: Guler-Uysal F, Kozanoglu E. Comparison of the early response to two methods of rehabilitation in adhesive capsulitis. Swiss Med Wkly. 2004 Jun. 134: 353-358
An intercostal drain was inserted for hemothorax and exploratory laparotomy with splenectomy was performed as an emergency. The patient was transferred to intensive care unit in view of haemodynamic instability and blood loss. Mechanical ventilation was initiated with synchronised intermittent mode of mandatory ventilation (SIMV).Sedation and analgesia were provided with infusion of morphine (3 mg/hr) and midazolam (2mg/hr) as per the institutional protocol. Subsequently SAM block was administered in view of fractured ribs on left side using a using high-frequency (5–10 MHz) ultrasound probe and 20 ml of 0.5 % Ropivacaine was deposited between the neurofascial plane between Latissimus dorsi (LDm) and serratus anterior muscle (SAM) after negative aspiration at the level of fifth rib using a 25 G spinal needle. Subsequent to block, the hemodynamics of the patient improved and the need for sedation and analgesia reduced and was later on stopped as patient was completely pain free. Patient was weaned off and trachea was extubated next day. 24 hours post application of the block, the patient again started complaining of pain. Therefore SAM block was repeated in the same volume and concentration following which the static and dynamic VAS reduced to zero and patient was transferred to the ward next
H. L. Mencken once said and I quote, “For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.” Unfortunately, this is often the case when environmental and cultural views are discussed in relation to scientific advancement. I would argue, not only is society a large influence to scientific development but, it also leads to a lack of “actual” knowledge in relation to some subjects. Most often, people are less comfortable with the “unknown.” In addition, we often times require and “explanation” for those things we cannot grasp. Habitually we tend to find these “answers” in relatable sources as opposed to realistic sources. Now days everyone is a critic instead of requiring research based evidence, as a society we have accepted the concept of “well it sounds good, therefore it is!” Take for instances, vaccinations there is a large “society” developed that contesting the positive effects of vaccinations while also implying harm as a result of this process. This debate dates back to the era of Dr. Jenner’s research in 1790’s. While objective data
This technique combines the benefits of the long popular epidural anesthesia with the additional benefits of spinal injection. Technically,
Herpes or Herpes simplex is a common sexually transmitted disease that any sexually active person can get.