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Bellingham :: WA :: USA | 6 months ago

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Barnhart lives with his wife, Nancy, 65, who retired from nursing at St...Worn down: Roger was an avid skier and sailor, but knee pain forced him to set aside his favorite hobbies. After many active years, both of his knees were in a naturally

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La Grange :: IL :: USA | 6 months ago

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Seils was born into a blue-collar family in the Chicago suburb of La Grange, Ill. She taught mostly eighth-grade English a couple towns over, and directed school drama productions for 31 years. Family: Seils met her current husband, Herb Seils, on

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Bellingham :: WA :: USA | 6 months ago

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Talk is lively at the quarterly reunion luncheon for hip- and knee-replacement patients in the nearly full conference room at St...For them, it's miraculous, because each person has changed his or her life with a hip or knee replacement. Dr. James

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Monterey :: TN :: USA | 6 months ago

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Music can soothe and help us heal Anthony L...Ask Dr. K Posted:   01/18/2014 12:02:26 AM PST Updated:   01/18/2014 12:02:27 AM PST Dear Dr. K: I believe music helped my mother recover after her stroke...Dear Reader: The ancient Greeks certainly

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 6 months ago

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A new study by the ETH research team of Robert Riener, Professor in the Sensory-Motor Systems Lab, raises fresh hope. The researchers compared the progress of patients with arm paresis in two different forms of therapy: firstly conventional therapy

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Zurich :: Switzerland | 6 months ago

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To help improve therapy, various robotic devices have been designed to train patients to move their arms and legs, and so to help the brain relearn how to activate muscles correctly. Researchers at EGH Zurich, a technical university in Switzerland,

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Rochester :: NY :: USA | 7 months ago

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Jan. 13, 2014 Shoulder arthritis is a common problem for rheumatoid arthritis patients: pain and difficulty moving their arms can grow so severe that daily tasks and sleep become difficult. If medication and physical therapy aren't enough, shoulder

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Helsinki :: Finland | 7 months ago

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Wikimedia Commons With minor variation, the following is an extremely common sequence of events. A man notices slowly worsening nagging knee pain that persists over months...The MRI shows a tear in the medial meniscus. (The lateral and medial menisci

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Mumbai :: India | 7 months ago

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Sector 32, are successfully treating nearly 500 patients every year by performing reconstruction surgeries of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee...Talking to Newsline, Professor Ravi Gupta, said, "In the last few years the technique for

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Helsinki :: Finland | 7 months ago

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The unusual study involved people with a torn meniscus , crescent-shaped cartilage that helps cushion and stabilize knees. Arthroscopic surgery on the meniscus is the most common orthopedic procedure in the United States, performed, the study said,

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