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lower back pain

Usually, people of working, elderly and senile age suffer from low backache. The human spine bears almost the entire body weight. It consists of 33-34 vertebrae connected by intervertebral discs. Due to this connection, the vertebrae can move relative to each other. The sacrum and tailbone are special parts of the spine. The sacrum is…

tunnel syndrome

Tunnel syndrome or tunnel neurology is compression of the median nerve in the narrow compartment of the hand, so-called carpal tunnel. The transverse fascia forms the compartment. It also performs the role of the tunnel where muscles of the fingers, the blood vessels, and the median nerve pass. The nerve plays an important role in…

meniere's disease symptoms

Meniere’s disease is when an excessive amount of fluid builds up in the inner ear cavity. Since this department is responsible for spatial orientation and maintaining the balance of the human body, dysfunction of the inner ear leads to the development of characteristic symptoms. Symptoms of Meniere’s disease. The most striking manifestation of the disease…

what is meniere’s disease

Meniere’s disease is associated with an increase in the amount of fluid (endolymph) in the inner ear. The complex of symptoms was described for the first time in 1861 by the French physician Prosper Ménière and was later called Ménière’s disease. Inner ear anatomy. The inner ear is located inside the canals and cavities of…

spinal manipulation

Spinal manipulation, also called spinal manipulative therapy or manual spine therapy, combines specific actions on the body to restore motor segment mobility, relieve blockages, and reduce low-back pain. Manipulation is a passive technique where the chiropractor applies a specially targeted manual impulse or push to a joint at or near the end of the passive…

Neurological Diagnostic Tests

Diseases of the nervous system are a special group of pathologies that cause significant discomfort, are often of a chronic progressive nature, and are difficult to diagnose and treat. What are the symptoms of diseases of the nervous system? The first stage in diagnosing diseases of the nervous system is a thorough examination of complaints…

Smell and taste in clinical neurology

Loss of smell can be an independent disease or a symptom of any other pathology. Therefore, doctors argue that the causes and treatment of anosmia as the problem in question is classified in medicine should go side by side. The choice of the therapeutic regimen will depend on what triggered the loss of smell. Doctors…

developmental abnormalities of the brain

Suppose during the prenatal period a child has a violation of the brain’s formation of any cerebral structures. In that case, they will show congenital brain abnormalities and the development of the central nervous system. The symptomatic picture is most often nonspecific. It can include mental retardation and epileptic syndrome. The clarity of the clinical…

chronic knee pain

The knee joint is one of the largest in the body. As a result, the knee joint takes on a tremendous burden and is most often injured. Over time, degenerative changes occur in it. Thus, knee pain is a sign of severe pathology. Besides, it restricts movement, causes physical and psychological distress, and can lead…

physical rehabilitation after trauma

Major trauma is a violation of the physiological structure of tissues as a result of the action of external factors, physical, mechanical, or chemical. Joint injury is a defect with a high risk of disability. Without proper treatment and rehabilitation, the patient should think about the irreversible consequences. Bone and, especially, cartilage tissue have a…

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