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Doctor insights on: Trapezoids Strain

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Why does epsom salts help strains?

Why does epsom salts help strains?

Magnesium content: Muscle aches and strains may be prolonged or made worse by electrolyte imbalances. Magnesium is an important micronutrient for muscle activity, including heart muscle. Epsom salt soaks are thought to improve access of the tissues to magnesium. ...Read more

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Is it possible to strain your back?

Is it possible to strain your back?

Any Muscle Can Be: Any muscle can be strained and mid/low back strains are very common. See your Doctor of Chiropractic who can provide spinal manipulation and rehabiliation which have been shown to be the 2 most important factors in dealing with spine conditions. ...Read more

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Can straining too hard cause haemorroids?

Can straining too hard cause haemorroids?

Yes, that is one: Factor. Other factors that impact hemorrhoids include: pregnancy, obesity, sitting on the toilet for a long time, aging, heredity, constipation, or over-use of laxatives/ enemas. Just being in an upright position puts pressures on the veins that form hemorrhoids. ...Read more

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How many different strains of pneumonia there are?

How many different strains of pneumonia there are?

Many: If you mean how many different organisms cause pneumonia, a very large number ranging from bacteria, to viruses and fungi. A strain typically is a genetic variant of a kind of organism, the flu virus can cause pneumonia, but influenza a can have slight variations making one type of strain of influenza slightly different from another ( why every year you need a new flu shot). ...Read more

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Do you know if there are different strains of mrsa?

Do you know if there are different strains of mrsa?

You are right...: There are several MRSA stains & it is agreed that acquisition of SCCmec in methicillin-sensitive staphylococcus aureus (MSSA) gives rise to a number of genetically different MRSA lineages. Community acquired MRSA (CA-MRSA) for instance differs from Hospital-Acquired MRSA (HA-MRSA) by molecular typing & has more antibiotic options but is more aggressive than HA-MRSA. ...Read more

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How can you tell you if you have a strain? Or a tear?

How can you tell you if you have a strain? Or a tear?

Clinical evaluation: May be difficult to tell sometimes but thorough evaluation and follow up by a doctor is required. Physical exam plus some tests will help make the right diagnosis. ...Read more

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Does everyone have the harmful e-coli strains in them?

Does everyone have the harmful e-coli strains in them?

Yes: Even the commensal e coli in the intestine are harmful when they get into other sites, e.g., urinary tract. ...Read more

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What can I do to address my repetitive strain injuries?

What can I do to address my repetitive strain injuries?

More info: What kind of injuries are you experiencing? However, in general, repetitive muscle strain injuries are the result of either pushing yourself beyond your physiological limits or after a previous injury, not allowing sufficient recovery time before restarting activities or not following an appropriate recovery plan. Talk to you doc . . . Maybe a pt can help. ...Read more