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Physical Therapy

Also called: PT

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Having difficulty getting the answer to the question previous asked.
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I don't know the details of your case....why you have been on narcotics for a long time.....but perhaps it is time for you to see a new pain...
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Depending on x-ray results to verify:  a pinched nerve could be a main factor, coupled with excessive strain and lack of rest/sleep...
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Hi      I have Rheumatoid Arthritus.  I feel that way all the time and also feel an achyness all the time.  But I...
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Hi Well this is your elbow, it sounds like your affecting your nerves, because every thing runs round the back of your elbow, just try and refrain...
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Ok well I have to laugh right now because two days ago I got my ankle cast  removed and it hurt so bad and I went back to the dr. and got xrays...
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I would love to help you, and I'm certain many others on this forum would too. It would be extremely helpful if you could have someone assist you...
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Nearly all varicoceles are on the left side, and yes, they may seem to pull your testicles higher up on that side, but typically the weight of a...
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I am not a big fan of self-diagnosis and self-treatment when it comes to a possible rotator cuff tear. I have had two of them; including two...
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I'm no doctor or other medical expert, but through your descriptions of your symptoms it sounds like you may have restless leg syndrome. Try...
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It might be a menicus tear, I have one, go to an orthopedic surgeon, get an MRI,  It should confirm a tear in the menicus
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I don't have a clue what your doctor meant by that statement. My suggestion would be for you to ask him to comment on this finding.
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You are very young to be having this type of problem.  Also 2 years is a long time to still be having this pain.  But without an x-ray it...
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