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Il dottore dice che con la cervicale non devi fare il bagno, altrimenti ti viene la faccia storta, e poi ti devi prendere il cortisone per tornare a muovere le sopracciglia, avere le tanto amate rughe sulla fronte, sorridere senza il ghigno malefico e non avere più l'occhio tipo Cesara.
6 Oct 2008
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*******surfdonkey.ca Yes! We scored a Rip Curl H Bomb wetsuit to demo. For those that don’t know, this is Rip Curl’s battery operated wetsuit that features heat coils integrated into the back panel of the suit. The current water temp is 1C (33F) so we still have good testing waters. It’s the first one in Canada (that we know of) and probably one of the first third party reviews around. Have a look to see how it performs and the donkey notes. And needless to say, Lance has mostly recovered from surgery. Mostly. I think I smell a cortisone shot. Now, it has been awhile since the last episode but we had a mini PR campaign to promote the show and attract some sponsors. If you know or want to get your product on the donkey wagon drop us an email at prod[at]surfdonkey.ca. Look for more regular production again. Don’t forget to leave a comment at *******surfdonkey.ca. Thanks for watching. Get yer donk on! The Donks
6 Apr 2009
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06- Thrombocytopenic Purpura: The auto-hemotherapy in the case of thrombocytopenic purpura happened like this: this lady had a young son just over 1 year old and her gums started to bleed, even bleeding through her ear, an otorrhagia. Then when the doctor in Visconde de Maua realised that she could die there and then, he took her to Resende. And from there she was referred to a haematologist in the city of Volta Redonda, who found out she only had 10,000 (ten thousand) platelets, whilst the normal range is 200,000 to 400,000 (two hundred to four hundred thousand) platelets. Then the treatment began with a high dose of cortisone, 100 (one hundred) milligrams of Meticorten a day, a huge dose! In fact, the haemorrhages disappeared, the platelets increased to 150,000 (one hundred and fifty thousand) and thus she spent 6 months on cortisone (Meticorten). At the end of 6 months the cortisone didn't work anymore. But the cortisone had made her swell up. I wouldnt say she put on weight, but she had swelled up by 40 kilos. Then the cortisone was replaced by two medicines, medicines used in chemotherapy for cancer, Endoxan and Metroxathe. The platelets increased again and returned to normal, for two months, but at the end of two months they also ceased to work. Then the doctor referred her to a surgeon that was going to remove her spleen, because the platelets are killed in the spleen. For some reason medicine doesn't yet know, they are not recognized as their own and the spleen kills these platelets when they are just a day old, when they should live 5 (five) days, so then the bone marrow has no capacity to replace these platelets. Then the solution found was the only solution, to do a splenectomy, a removal of the spleen, but she, as a young woman in her early 20s with a one and half year old son, wanted to know what hope there was for her, whether there was a certainty of a cure or not. The surgeon was very honest: There will only be a cure if the liver replaces the function of the spleen, otherwise you won't have a life worth living and you will be short lived. So then she decided not to do it and returned to Visconde de Maua. I told her to have auto-hemotherapy and at the end of six months she was cured. After that she had two more children, and with her spleen intact.
14 Jan 2010
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Considering cortisone or epidural injections for your back pain? Worried about the side effects. Visit www.BackCareTreatment**** for the latest technology in San Diego for eliminating back and neck pain at New Century Spine Centers from disc injuries.
4 Apr 2010
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Neuromas - Podiatrist in Passaic, NJ Neuromas are enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot.Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.northeasternfootandankle****
29 Apr 2010
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Heel Pain - Podiatrist in Fort Myers, FL Plantar Fasciitis (Plantar fasciosis) is caused by swelling of the connective tissue that stretches from the base of the toes, across the arch of the foot, to the point at which it inserts into the heel bone. Also called heel spur syndrome. The spur is almost never the cause of the pain. Plantar Fasciosis (or heel pain) is commonly traced to a swelling on the bottom of the foot. Our practice can evaluate arch pain using the best modality which is diagnostic Ultrasound. Usually treatment is strapping of the foot along with a splint worn at night. Stretching exercises, icing and inserts are also used in most cases. Sometimes cortisone injections can be given as well. Rarely surgery is indicated and is done endoscopically. We also perform shockwave treatment when indicated. Additionally, for some patients, we have an in office minimal incision surgery with no total disability and minor partial disability. This condition is often misdiagnosed because using an Ultrasound is the only way to truly diagnose it. This also helps diagnose a nerve condition which may be responsible for the pain. If the pain is on the inside of the ankle area not on the bottom it is probably nerve pain. Often times both can be present. Special non-invasive nerve testing can be performed to diagnose nerve problems. We offer several kinds of orthotics for people in various price ranges. Visit our website: *******www.afootcarecenter****
1 Jul 2010
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Podiatrist in Troy Ohio - Neuroma Patient Testimonial Visit our website: *******www.footandanklecare**** Neuromas are enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot.Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation.
24 Jul 2010
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7 Nov 2010
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*******curecarpaltunnel.bonuscb**** - how to cure wrist pain - wrist treatment - wrist ligament tear Discover How to Eliminate Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain In As Little As 72 Hours and Cure It Completely Within 30 Days GUARANTEED! The Only Treatment Plan That's Guaranteed To Give You Fast, Easy, And Permanent Relief From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Without Wearing Wrist Splints/Braces, Expensive Visits to Physiotherapy or Doctors, Getting Painful Cortisone Shots, or Even Think About Invasive Carpal Tunnel Surgery Simply take just 5 minutes every other day to follow this blueprint, fail-proof formula using easy to follow, step-by-step techniques, and I guarantee you will see immediate results in less than 72 hours (many people experience relief from pain the same day they start!) *******curecarpaltunnel.bonuscb**** - how to cure wrist pain - wrist treatment - wrist ligament tear
9 Nov 2010
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*******curecarpaltunnel.bonuscb**** - sprained wrist treatment - sprain wrist treatment Discover How to Eliminate Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain In As Little As 72 Hours and Cure It Completely Within 30 Days GUARANTEED! The Only Treatment Plan That's Guaranteed To Give You Fast, Easy, And Permanent Relief From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Without Wearing Wrist Splints/Braces, Expensive Visits to Physiotherapy or Doctors, Getting Painful Cortisone Shots, or Even Think About Invasive Carpal Tunnel Surgery Simply take just 5 minutes every other day to follow this blueprint, fail-proof formula using easy to follow, step-by-step techniques, and I guarantee you will see immediate results in less than 72 hours (many people experience relief from pain the same day they start!) *******curecarpaltunnel.bonuscb**** - sprained wrist treatment - sprain wrist treatment
9 Nov 2010
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*******bit.ly/yeast-infection-no-more-more Yeast infections - Yeast infection treatments - Vaginal yeast infection Douching can be another cause of yeast infections as frequent washing of the vaginal area washes away both healthy secretions and natural bacteria. Perfumed vaginal hygiene sprays may also increase a woman's risk of developing a vaginal yeast infection. Women with normal immunity are less likely to develop vaginal yeast infection that those with suppressed immune systems, for example, women who have been taking cortisone-related medications such as prednisone. Poor personal hygiene can be a major contributing factor as a cause of yeast infection. It is important that women care for their bodies so as to reduce the risk of repeated yeast infections. *******bit.ly/yeast-infection-no-more-more Yeast infections - Yeast infection treatments - Vaginal yeast infection
20 Mar 2011
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One method of achieving this is using steroid (cortisone) anti-inflammatory injections. For this treatment, a steroid preparation of cortisone in long acting ‘depo’ form is used, which is administered directly into the joint (intra-articular injection).
22 Feb 2011
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Dr. Anas Khoury of North Jersey discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton's neuroma. *******www.northeasternfootandankle**** Neuromas are enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot.Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.northeasternfootandankle****
21 Apr 2011
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2 May 2011
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Heel Pain - Podiatrist in Hudson Valley, Ulster, Orange and Dutchess County, NY Dr. Tracey Toback discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for heel pain (plantar fasciitis). *******www.tobackpodiatry**** The heel bone (calcaneus) is the largest bone in the foot. This strong bone supports the body's total weight and is responsible for absorbing the daily stress placed on the feet, making it susceptible to various heel pain and disorders. Heel pain is also associated with an important ligament of the foot called the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is attached to the bottom of the heel and extends up to the toes to create and support the arch of the foot. Should the arch flatten due to stress, the plantar fascia stretches beyond its limit (sometimes tearing or rupturing) and pulls on the heel, causing great discomfort or a condition known as plantar fasciitis. Patients with heel pain often describe the pain as “stepping on a spur or thorn, thus the name heel spur. X-rays are often taken and reveal a bony spur that has formed at the point where the calcaneus attaches to the plantar fascia. Every step becomes a painful experience and surgical intervention is often necessary to remove the spur and alleviate the pain. Additional physical factors that contribute to heel pain include flat feet, high arches, and tight calf muscles. Significant weight gain, high impact athletic activities, and extended periods of walking or standing can also cause heel pain to flare up. Several treatment options are recommended for heel pain, including steroid or cortisone injections, anti-inflammatory medications, heel cups and cushions, and orthotic therapy. Soaking in warm water with Epsom salts provides temporary relief. Your podiatrist may also recommend some exercises to help stretch the calf muscles. In severe cases, surgical removal of the heel spur is the only option. When conservative treatments fail to offer relief, Dr. Toback may perform a procedure called an endoscopic plantar fasciotomy. During this procedure, a small instrument called an arthroscope is inserted into the foot to surgically release the tight tendon where it attaches to the heel bone. Two small incisions are made on either side of the heel. Through one opening, the arthroscope is attached to a small camera to allow the podiatrist to see the inflamed tendon on a TV. Monitor. Through the other opening, small tools are utilized to make a tiny cut in the tendon, thus releasing the tension by allowing the tendon to lengthen, furthermore relieving the tension on the heel spur. The actual heel spur is not removed. Endoscopic surgery is the newest and best course of treatment. The incisions are very small and consequently, there is less invasive work and discomfort. The procedure is performed in an outpatient surgical center and no hospital stay is required. The procedure itself takes about 15 minutes and the patient will begin walking immediately. Minimal loss of work is incurred. Older, traditional methods of heel spur surgery required a large surgical incision across the inner side of the heel and a hospital stay was required. A painful recovery generally lasted 4-6 weeks, making it very difficult to return to work. Endoscopic surgery is truly one of the many great advances made in modern medicine. Visit our website: *******www.tobackpodiatry****
24 May 2011
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Neuroma - Campbell, San Jose, Saratoga and Silicon Valley - Podiatry Patient discusses treatment received from Dr. Doulgas Robinson for a morton's neuroma. *******www.drrobinson**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.drrobinson****
30 May 2011
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