Category Injuries

Injuries

Contracture brush

Brush contractures, treatments There are several types of contractures. They may appear after injury or illness. The most common prerequisites for the onset of contractures are diseases such as arthritis and arthrosis.
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Injuries

Injury of the cervical spine how to treat?

Structure of the neck and cervical vertebrae The neck consists of seven vertebrae, several layers of muscles and fascias, a complex of organs, vessels and nerves. The solid skeleton of the neck is the spine. The vertebrae here are very thin and small.
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Injuries

Violation of the statics of the spine

Violation of the statics of the cervical spine The cervical part of the spine is the most mobile. It is for this reason that even minor damage to the vertebrae in this section causes severe pain. Static violation can be caused by various reasons.
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Injuries

First Aid and Neck Fracture Treatment

Treatment and consequences of neck fracture A fracture of the cervical vertebra is dangerous irreversible damage to the brain and spinal cord. Usually the cause of the injury is an accident or a fall, as a result of a fracture a compression of the spinal cord occurs.
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Injuries

Heel bursitis

Heel pain can be due to bursitis. In the foot, despite its anatomically small size, there are a lot of bones - 52, which in proportion to the total number of bones of the ODS (208) is one-fourth.
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