Here's why your foot falls asleep--it's called parasthesis, and, if you are generally healthy, not a reason for concern
Monday, January 8, 2018
>A recent editorial in the British Journal of Medicine offered the scathing opinion that arthroscopic surgery for knee pain is: “a highly questionable practice without supporting evidence of even moderate quality.” <
Some surgeries are necessary--no question.
Many are not--a conservative, wait-and-see approach to injury may be better.
Massage can help alleviate pain and discomfort during this period.
In addition, massage stimulates the nervous system by providing positive input, which may aid the body in finding ways to move without pain.
From Todd Hargrove
What I watch. GREAT resource: http://szconsult.org/ For example: https://szconsult.org/didactics/lab-tests-for-schizophrenia-2/ ...
A recent article in Medscape states: > The latest attempt to trick ourselves into believing that the past few decades of prescribing ant...
This is the best article I have seen on the subject of opioids and hyperalegesia. The fact is that the phenomena of pain is still poorly und...
What Causes Foot Cramps? This lists the common medical reasons for cramping, and the role that footwear can play – this is valuable info...