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The Role Of Bones Joints Muscles For The Javelin Throw
What is the pathology of pain caused by immobilization of joints and muscles. For example why do some people get pains in their joints while traveling
Joint pain: The lubricating fluid in the joint settles like a snow globe inside the joint. That fluid needs to be stirred up before the joint can be properly lubricated and pain resolve. ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Could the tmj ligaments and artciular capsule can break?i feel pieces of ligaments in the cheeck area.i have disc displ antetior for tbe last 11 years
No: TMJ ligaments are up near your ear, not in your cheek. Have an oral surgeon check it out. ...Read more
Is increase in height possibe by strengthening the tendons in the knee or those of the spines?Just read that on the growth factor plus site
Yes: It definitely can. It may be radiating pain or you might be using your leg muscles differently to protect your aching knees. ...Read more
Glucosamine and calcium both are needed to get relief from pain in joints and are both beneficial for build up of Greece in the joints to fill up the ?
Calcium: Calcium deficiency is very common in all ages it takes years to show its effect later in life especially female daily requirement is 1000 mg , any food you eat dose not provide more than half , daily 600 mg of ca plus VD should be taken all life , Glucosamine help joints cartilage to stay healthy but still ca is the most important , ...Read more
Can cronic piriformis sydrome cause Si joint dysfuncation?Can the pulling of the muscle put stress on the ligaments?Or is the muscle not strong enough
Would breaking the nerve across the chest lead to losing muscle mass in the upper arms? Would the same be true for the nerves and muscles down front?
Unlikely.: The nerves that supply the arms run through the brachial plexus, a network of nerves that run from the neck spinal cord through the axilla (near pit of the arm). If these were severed, loss of function and atrophy of the arm muscles would occur. No nerves that supply the arm run on the front of the chest. This area only has nerves to the skin, & nerve damage would result in numbness in the skin. ...Read more
What are some diseases that are linked with pain in the arm and the bones in the toe moving toward each other?
Hard to understand: Your question. However, there are several diseases, such as paget's disease, which may involve bone pain at multiple sites in the body. Best to follow up with your family doctor and get some blood work done to determine the nature of this problem. He/she may then refer you out to a specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is cervical spondylosis different from knee arthritis because of the shape of the joints involved? Neck seems to be more bothersome than other joints!
Are the muscles responsible for twisting rotation the same ones responsible for body flexion (abs, sides)?
Yes: "are the muscles responsible for twisting rotation the same ones responsible for body flexion ( abs, sides)? The answer is yes. Each side of the core/trunk of the body has these abdominus obliques muscles. When they work individually, the body turns in that direction. Working together and simultaneously, they help the rectus abdominus muscles, to bend (ie, flexion) the body. ...Read more
If my epiphyseal lines of the metacarpals and phalanges are already closed does the bone plates may other parts of my body will allow for furthergrow?
Yes: The distal femur is usually the last to close at 17 you could be at the end of growth but it certainly can continue for longer esp in a male. ...Read more
My Xray of both the knee joints shows that the epiphyses of the upper end of the tibia are in the process of fusion. Will its fusion increase height?
Not necessarily: That they are open means some growth is left, yet if they are far along in the process of fusion, no further growth is possible. The better area to assess growth potential are the bones of the wrist and hand. There are dozens of growth centers there and their sequence of closure has been studied and cataloged for docs to predict growth. ...Read more
Have a mass floating between the bones of the arm and the wrist. The pain in that area is a 2-3 @rest 5-6 in motion from 0-10 10 being the worst.
Eat well balanced: Healing a fracture takes energy: make sure you are well nourished. It also takes protein: eat plenty of lean meat, fish, nuts, legumes, dairy, or soy. Anti-oxidants/anti-inflammatories are also helpful: vitamins E and C, omega-3 fatty acids. The main minerals needed are: Calcium, zinc, phospherous, copper, silicon. Other important vitamins are: D, K, and B vitamins. Take all in safe doses! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Causes need to be : Your problem seems to be overwhelming toxicity in the body that is creating the pain. You need to find a doctor who respects the toxic causes of pain and who can try to put you on a program to lower your toxic levels of heavy metals, solvent , pesticides and industrial chemicals. ...Read more
The sympathetic chain is the pathway between the body (all organs and systems in the body), and disrupting it will affect the whole, not just sweating?
It depends...: It depends on what kind of damage (disruption), such as: which nerves, where in the nerves, how many nerves, the size of the nerves, etc... The signals from sympathetic nerves create effects like include pupil dilation, increased sweating, increased heart rate, and increased blood pressure. ...Read more
Joints such as the elbow, shoulder, and knee contain considerable amounts of carilage and dense connective tissue so why are the injuries slow to heal?
See below: The repair process occurs at the molecular level thus it takes a well to heal a large amount of tissue. ...Read more
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
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