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Cerisea Medica

by Francene Frayer (2020-06-06)


Further tests are electrical Cerisea Medica tests such as Nerve Conduction Velocity test (NCV) and Electromyography (EMG), CAT scan, MRI scan, X-ray evaluation, bone scan, and myelogram. Treatments - Some of the treatments include ice/heat application, topical anesthetic creams, muscle relaxants, analgesics, physical therapy, rest, traction, surgical procedures, soft collar, etc. Statistical records as shown that most treatments to neck pain are temporary because they only treat the symptoms of the pain and not the root cause. When the ends of two or more bones are connected with the help of thick bands of tissue called ligaments then this is known as joint. For example lower leg bone forms knee joint which is known as shinbone or tibia, and the thighbone is known as femur. Usually people at certain age or in some people before that age, joint pain occur. Though there are varieties of causes for pain in the joints but one of the most common cause is arthritis. Some of the common types of arthritis which results in joint pain are - Osteoarthritis - It is also known as degenerative arthritis. This condition is also known as ''wearing out'' and it involves the breakdown of cartilage in the joints. After 'wearing out' of the cartilage the bones rub against each other and result into pain and stiffness. Rheumatoid Arthritis - Usually it affects women and it may affect each and every organ of the body. There is a swelling and inflammation in the joint.

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