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Cha Cha Slide
Yes: Dance/movement/expressive therapy uses movement to improve mental & physical well-being by focus on the mind-body connection. Numerous dances including the cha cha slide are great, especially if guided by a knowledgeable instructor. It is important to approach dance in a non-stressful manner to achieve stress reduction, improve health, and greater self-confidence. Enjoy! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cha cha: Yow. A good question. You have to have good strong legs but strong back muscles is also required. ...Read more
Depends! : Toddlers and small children need close parent supervision on slides and playground equipment. At around 15 months your child may be ready to start climbing up a slide. Stay close by and be sure the slide is age appropriate. Many equipment will have recommended ages. Common sense is your best bet! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Conservative care: A "slipped disc" can often with time, so conservative treatment such as physical therapy (including strengthening and stretching) and anti-inflammatory medications often helps. It would also be reasonable to try massage, ice or heat, or over the counter creams such as aspercreme or capsaicin creme. If your symptoms do not improve, spinal injections or even surgery may be warranted. ...Read more
My foreskin wont slide up all the way to its normal position. I have tried while showering but the skin just retracts itself back. ?
So sad: Sorry about the problem sir. I think that a good urologist can easily fix you up. ...Read more
Good afternoon! I'm trying tampons for the first time, and I got the smallest available since it's my first go. But it still won't slide in.
Need family support: Try seeking advise from a trusted older female family member or acquittance. Good luck ...Read more
Sometimes when i turn a certain way or even be walking it feels like a disk slides out of place and I have to bend over to make it go away what's wrong?
Proper diagnosis: There are more than a dozen things that could trigger perianal itching & a PW slide test can help rule in or out this possibility.PW eggs are often attached to the perianal skin and can be pulled off by tape which is applied to the slide & then examined under a microscope. Some assume all such itching is worms and self treat multiple times. Treatment won't work if you treat the wrong thing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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