Living with Parkinson’s
Parkinson’s disease affects people from all backgrounds, from political leaders, actors, and athletes to teachers. Race, age, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status don’t matter; we can all get the disease. However, a diagnosis is not the end of the world.
Take care of… your wrists
Numbness or tingling in the hands or fingers, a feeling of electric shock, weakness – if these symptoms sound familiar, you might suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome.
The key to longevity
We all want to be as active as possible for as long as possible. As we retire, we dream of traveling, enjoying our favorite sport, or gardening. So when the prospect of surgery arises, we naturally worry about what comes next.
If you suffer from elbow pain longer than seven days, you might have a condition called “golfer’s elbow” or “tennis elbow”. Despite its names, athletes aren’t the only people who develop tennis or golfer’s elbows.
The missing organ
Have you ever wondered what helps us maintain correct posture? What makes us move? Or why our internal organs don’t collapse against each other? Fascia is responsible for these and many other essential functions in our body.
Thoracic spine pain
All of us occasionally complain about back pain. We often suffer from low back, neck, and upper back problems. However, sometimes when we try to lie down, turn on our side, sneeze or cough, we start to feel pain between the shoulder blades.
Do bionic people live among us?
Bionics in medicine, i.e. the replacement or support of various organs and body parts with devices that closely imitate their natural functioning, is a relatively new phenomenon that is, however, rapidly gaining popularity.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, two million patients get treatment for plantar fasciitis annually. Suffering from pain in your heel? Read more about symptoms and available treatment.
A sedentary lifestyle, lack of regular physical activity, overweight, poor posture, and stress can all be the cause of one of the most common ailments we complain about – back pain.
Alternative therapies for Parkinson’s disease
Alternative, complementary treatments can be used at any stage of Parkinson’s disease, helping to combat not only the physical symptoms but also the negative effects of the disease on mental well-being.