PD is a physical disorder that affects nervous system. This disease has many effects and symptoms consists the movement and neuropsychiatric symptoms. Some of these symptoms can be share by others diseases such as Huntington’s disease (HD), which is another common disease, but they have differences between them. Parkinson's
Overuse can also result from powerful activities involving either forward moving or sitting and continuous activity of the lower limbs like running or bicycling especially with lack of stretching and strengthening exercises. In these cases, impingement of the sciatic nerve is a high possibility especially in conditions where the Piriformis size is increased by 40%. Some studies have shown some involvement of the Pedundal nerve as well presented with symptoms of incontinence in addition to groin tingling and numbness(13). Furthermore in advanced case, unilateral weakness of several hip muscles supplied by nerves arising from the sacral plexus (e.g. Gluteus Maximus, Medius & Minimus, Tensor Fascia Lata and Quadrates Femoris) was associated with chronic stages of Piriformis syndrome.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is an inflammatory condition associated with a degenerative process (99). This inflammatory condition clinically manifests as arthralgia, which is defined as pain and tenderness in the joint capsule and/or the synovial lining of the TMJ. In OA, the patient may report joint pain in the preauricular area, crepitus during jaw movements, and limited range of motion, whereas in osteoarthrosis, degenerative changes are similar with OA, but it is a noninflammatory condition (102). Degenerative changes may be unilateral or bilateral and has a strong preference for women. It is estimated that approximately 15 % of the world’s population suffer from osteoarthritis
Ankylosing Spondylitis DESCRIPTION Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) is a type of arthritis that affects the spine. It is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease of the axial skeleton, with variable involvement of peripheral joints and non-articular structures. Spondylitis often starts around the sacroiliac joints, where the sacrum (the lowest major part of the spine) joins the ilium bone of the pelvis in the lower back region. The spine 's bones (vertebrae) may grow or fuse together, resulting in a rigid spine. This places the spine in a vulnerable state because it becomes one bone, which causes it to lose its range of motion as well as putting it at risk for spinal fractures.
Even a minor accident or injury can be enough to break weak bones. Osteoporosis can occur with aging. Your body constantly replaces old bone tissue with new tissue. As you get older, you may lose bone tissue more quickly, or it may be replaced more slowly. Osteoporosis is more likely to develop if you have poor nutrition or do not get enough calcium or vitamin D. Other lifestyle factors can also play a role.
There are a variety of symptoms with MS. They can be temporary and minor, or they can be more persistent and problematic. Symptoms of MS can be problems with bladder, bowels, pain, sensations, cramps, spasticity, fatigue, cognition, mood, mobility, balance, tremor, speech, swallowing, eyesight, hearing, and sexual dysfunction (“Multiple Sclerosis: Answers At Your Fingertips.”, 2010). Another common symptom is fatigue, it affects around 70-90% of people with MS. Fatigue is different than normal tiredness and can really affect the quality of life.
Tips for Preventing Temporomandibular Joint Pain Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) is a group of symptoms identified by the pain caused in the head, face and jaw. These symptoms include soreness in the chewing muscles, headaches, and stiffness or clicking of the joints. TMJ in most cases is a long-lasting painful condition that reduces the quality of life. Even though patients are aware of the symptoms, they are often misinformed about the possible treatment options. The problems result from pressure on the facial nerves caused by muscle tension or abnormalities of the bones in the area between the lower jaw and the temporal bone.
Symptoms of osteoarthritis can affect your mobility. Pain will cause the joints to hurt before and after your movement. Your joints will be stiff in the morning, when you wake up, causing no urge to get out the bed. Loss of flexibility will cause difficulties moving yours joints in a full rotation. The causes of osteoarthritis can cause the cartilage in your joints to break down.
How A Kyphoplasty Helps With Compression Fractures Caused By Osteoporosis Compression fractures are a common problem associated with osteoporosis. When your bones get thin and weak, the stress placed on your spine when you bend, twist, or even just sneeze, can cause a tiny fracture. If you have a larger fracture, or several tiny ones in one vertebra, it can cause the vertebra to compress, or collapse. This can be very painful and the pain makes it difficult to continue with normal activities. One solution to this problem is to have a kyphoplasty procedure.
These negative implications have consequences that leads to low libido, infertility, menstrual irregularities and afternoon slump. 5) Neuroaffect During gut inflammation, the membrane becomes more permeable allowing entry of toxins into blood stream. There spread via blood vessels to the brain causes depression and other neurological disorders. Dysbiosis in the gut seems to be linked with neurological implications. Example, autism spectrum, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis Also, there are many environmental factors that impact on neurological conditions and inflammation system.