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Football Snack Ideas For Kids
Self Medication: You do not specify the type of medication. I may take a couple of advil (ibuprofen) before I do something athletic, but i would neve take a prescription medication prior to a workout, or tryout. Too many reasons to list here, but masking real pain, fatigue or euphoria, drug testing etc are just a few. If you are up to the sport - go do it. If not, see a sports medicine physician for help. ...Read more
Are you for real: Is it a good idea to block pain so you can go out and hurt yourself worse in a contact sport. Find the cause of the pain and get ti resolved before you go out to play a football condition. ...Read more
Water: Lots of water .fruits and vegetable avoid the sweets and the fast foods ,drink lots of water before you go out to play football while you're playing football and when you come in ...Read more
Last night after playing football i noticed about 30 little round red dots on my chest that did not itch and had gone in mornin any idea please?
During football practice i hit someone and i felt my shoulder as if something snapped, like a muscle. I would feel it every now and then. Any ideas?
I fell on my knee quite hard at football yesterday and is quite painful on the knee cap and above it. It's a little swollen any idea what it could be?
I have pain on the inside of my left knee. I tweaked it a bit playing football 3 weeks ago. I don't feel any pain walking, but lying down. Any ideas?
Meniscus tear.: You may have a medial meniscal tear. very common for it to be ok with straight ahead activities, but painful with rolling over in bed, twisting to get in and out of a car, etc. ...Read more
I'm having neck pain in the lower right side of neck, caused by a football hit. Reoccurring , did not show up on mri. Any ideas?
Muscle pain: Myalgia is generally described as continuous, deep, dull, aching or cramping; the terms tightness or pressure are also used. Myalgia frequently has a depressing effect on patients. Treatment: 1. Patient education and self-care 2. Physical medicine 3. Trigger points injection 4. Acupuncture 4. Pharmacotherapy 5. Behavioral modification rec: see interventional pain management specialist. ...Read more
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