Types of Magnesium: Supplements, Benefits, and Uses
If you've been hearing a lot about magnesium lately, it's for good reason. Research suggests up to two-thirds of Americans are deficient in magnesium. As a result, the majority of people can benefit from supplementing with the right type of magnesium. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body and the catalyst for over 600 chemical reactions. It plays a role in detoxification, digestion, energy production, stress management, and even our heart rhythm! When you're deficient in…
Dermatomes Upper Limb
Dermatomes: A dermatome is an area of skin which is chiefly supplied by a single spinal nerve. There are 8 cervical nerves (C1 denoting an anomaly with no dermatome), 12 thoracic nerves(T1-T12), 5 lumbar nerves(L1-L5) and 5 sacral nerves(S1-S5). Each of these nerves relays sensation (including pain) from a particular region of skin to the […]
National Holistic Institute School of Massage Therapy
NHI school of massage therapy has massage school campuses in Emeryville, Los Angeles, Petaluma, Sacramento, San Jose, San Francisco, and Orange County California CA.
The Cause of Knee Pain: Why It’s a Consequence of Something Else | Your Wellness Nerd
The true cause of knee pain can present as a mystery. Interestingly, most non-traumatic knee pain is a consqeuence of something else. Here's why:
Evaluation and Diagnosis of Wrist Pain: A Case-Based Approach
Patients with wrist pain commonly present with an acute injury or spontaneous onset of pain without a definite traumatic event. A fall onto an outstretched hand can lead to a scaphoid fracture, which is the most commonly fractured carpal bone. Conventional radiography alone can miss up to 30 percent of scaphoid fractures. Specialized views (e.g., posteroanterior in ulnar deviation, pronated oblique) and repeat radiography in 10 to 14 days can improve sensitivity for scaphoid fractures. If a…
Shoulder Examination / Subacromial, Cuff - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes the clinical evaluation tests for Shoulder and Rotator Cuff injuries.Neer’s test•Position of the patient:...
Making Them Bigger and Better Than Before!
To begin with, let's distinguish the difference between a Rotator Cuff symptom and a Rotator Cuff sign.
A primary goal of diagnosis is to match the patient’s clinical presentation with the most efficacious treatment approach. A component of this decision is determining whether the patient is, in fact, appropriate for physical therapy management. To do this there are three essential elements of the examination:
Knee Pain Diagnosis Chart - Knee Pain Explained
Our knee pain diagnosis chart helps you to work out what is causing your knee pain. All the tools you need to make a knee pain self diagnosis.
Tests For Examination Of The Knee - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes test for evaluation of knee injuries and all the maneuvers you need to know to preform an excellent knee ...
Femoral Nerve (L2- L4)
Function: Flexes hip, extends knee, provides sensation to anterior thigh and medial leg and foot. Anatomy: Arises from posterior rami of L2-4 lumbar segments Descends with the iliopsoas muscle whic…