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Don’t Miss These Posts On Dr. Seeds…

September 22, 2018

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1. WHAT ARE SHIN SPLINTS? | SHIN SPLINTS FAQ


What are shin splints? It is important to understand what shin splints are, especially when you are already unknowingly experiencing its symptoms. Shin splints occur when your shinbone swells up because of too much pressure or stress. Physically active people, like professional runners, have higher risks of having this condition… Click to read more

2. MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS | WHAT IS GOLFER’S ELBOW?


If certain motions set off sharp aches every time a person bends their arm or tries to pick up something, that patient may well have golfer’s elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis. Despite the name, the condition can afflict anyone, not just golfers. Fortunately, there are ways to treat and recover from this uncomfortable and restrictive condition… Click to read more

3. ACL SURGERY RECOVERY GUIDE


While the typical operation only takes less than two hours, the full ACL recovery process can take up to six months or more. To ensure proper rehabilitation, the patient must get plenty of rest. He or she should also follow a rehabilitation program developed by the attending doctor or physical therapist. The goal of ACL surgery recovery is to strengthen the surrounding muscles and restore mobility of the knee. Learn more about the typical recovery process following ACL reconstruction… Click to read more

4. NATURAL WAYS TO HELP YOU FIGHT FATIGUE


first paragraph (delete links).Extreme tiredness and/or sleepiness, otherwise known as fatigue, is extremely common with hypothyroidism and remains an “off and on” battle for so many. The reason fatigue is so common with hypothyroidism is because our body’s production of energy depends on a certain level of thyroid hormone… Click to read more

 

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