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Video Games Come with a Price

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Who would have ever thought it!  Video games seem like such a subtle form of entertainment but, if you play them too much, it may cost you – in the form of symptoms of shoulder, neck and elbow tendonitis to more sever medical problems like rheumatoid arthritis.  

In the past, the worst damage you could do to yourself while playing video games was limited to a sore thumb, tendonitis and the occasional Pokémon-induced epileptic fit. Nowadays, however, with the advent of interactive gaming systems like the Wii and Xbox Kinect, the injuries are becoming more grievous and can now include innocent bystanders. You can now develop tennis elbow without ever walking onto an actual court, give a contusion to a nearby toddler by losing your grip on the controller and demolish a brand new 60″ Toshiba with the ricochet all in one afternoon. We won’t even go into the psychological trauma involved surrounding dance games and Youtube uploads….More at The Most Common Embarrassing Medical Emergencies – CBS Local

 

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China Receives its First Shipment of Pain Relief Lotion for Arthritis and Tendonitis http://www.tendonitistypes.com/china-receives-its-first-shipment-of-pain-relief-lotion-for-arthritis-and-tendonitis.html Wed, 01 May 2013 06:00:00 +0000 http://www.tendonitistypes.com/?p=1138 Even thought he Chinese have used the art of acupuncture for over 5,000 years, they are in receipt of their first shipment of IPF pain relief lotion

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IPF Pain Relief Lotion

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Products Plus International, based out of North Carolina has shipped their IPF pain relief lotion to China to test in the world's largest market.  Many of the baby boomers in China have now arrived to their “Golden Years” and with it comes the onset of pain.  From shoulder and neck pain due to types of tendonitis to various forms of arthritis.

It may seem strange that China would be in need of pain relief with the medical tradion of acupuncture, but they do.

“We feel that IPF-Pain Relief Lotion will have two distinct advantages in China, the first being its speed of effectiveness over muscle pain such as shoulder pain and back pain, as well as arthritis pain such as painful hands and joints so typical in an aging population….More at China Receives First Shipment of IPF-Pain Relief Lotion – PRWeb – PR Web (press release)

 

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Encapsulated Marijuana May Help Tendonitis Sufferers http://www.tendonitistypes.com/encapsulated-marijuana-may-help-tendonitis-sufferers.html Thu, 25 Apr 2013 06:00:00 +0000 http://www.tendonitistypes.com/?p=1137 Pot in pill form could provide pain relief for people with all types of tendonitis and other medical conditions.

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Pot in a Pill?

Marijuana in an encapsulated form may provide help for pain relief for individuals with all types of medical problems, including tendonitis.  Whether it be shoulder or ankle tendonitis, dronabinol can prove to help relieve painful and chronic symptoms of tendonitis and other medical conditions.  

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Dronabinol – Miracle Worker?

Let me introduce you to dronabinol. It turns out that the miracle that is modern psychopharmacology has now shown it IS possible to render pot's analgesic effects into capsule form. And according to a new study, it works just as well as smoked marijuana at tamping down pain. But the capsule's effects last longer, and they come with fewer of the “abuse-related subjected effects” (i.e., feeling high) than does smoked marijuana….More at Pot in a pill: All the pain relief without the smoke – Los Angeles Times

A study was conducted where thirty regular marijuana users submerged their hand in a vat of 39 degree water and held it there for as long as they could (up to two minutes).  After which, they would describe the type of pain they experienced due to the frigid water.  The subjects were then given one of three things:  1. up to 7 puffs of a marijuana cigarette in one of two strengths, (provided by the National Institute on Drug Abuse) or 2. a placebo or 3. dronabinol in capsule form.

Conclusions: marijuana in a capsule seems to fight pain, at least in a population of people who already use marijuana regularly and don't have chronic or neuropathic pain. Its effects on populations of patients who don't usually smoke pot, and whose pain comes from disease states such as cancer or neuropathy, still needs to be tested….More at Pot in a pill: All the pain relief without the smoke – Los Angeles Times

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Golfers and Elbow Tendonitis Go Hand in Hand http://www.tendonitistypes.com/golfers-and-elbow-tendonitis-go-hand-in-hand.html Wed, 24 Apr 2013 06:00:00 +0000 http://www.tendonitistypes.com/?p=1136 Many golfers are plagued with "golfer's elbow" and other tendonitis issues. Here are some preventative measures you can take to lessen your chances of injury

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Golfers Predisposed to Tendonitis Issues

If you are a golfer, you know the physical movements involved during a round of golf can take its toll on the body.  

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The most common overuse injury we see is “golfer’s elbow.” Unlike tennis elbow, which is pain on the outside part of the elbow, golfer’s elbow is a painful condition on the inside, known as “medial epicondyle.” The muscles that allow you to rotate your hand downwards and flex your wrists and fingers all start as a tendon that originates on the inside part of the elbow. Overuse can result in a painful “tendonitis” that is often associated with a change in golf clubs, technique or increased play.  

…More at How to prevent common golf injuries – MiamiHerald.com  

Another common injury among golfers is knee tendonitis due to the amount of kneeling, as well as the twisting motion endured during a swing movement.

Preventative Medicine:

Some preventitive measures you can take to lessen your chances of injury and types of tendonitis problems are:

  • ensure a proper warm up is completed prior to playing a round of golf
  • make sure you have the proper golf technique
  • perform abdominal core strengthening exercises

Core Strengthening Exercises:

Here is a worthwhile video that will help you strengthen your core muscles and provide you with a much more enjoyable game of golf.

 

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Weight of the War Causes Symptoms of Tendonitis http://www.tendonitistypes.com/weight-of-the-war-causes-symptoms-of-tendonitis.html Mon, 22 Apr 2013 06:00:00 +0000 http://www.tendonitistypes.com/?p=1132 More and more soldiers serving in the military are experiencing tendonitis, fractures and other musculoskeletal disorders due to increased weight

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Added Weight – a Casuality of War

A study performed by John Hopkins University and published in 2010 discovered that during the 2004-2007 timeframe, military personnel serving in war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq were evacuated – not from combat injuries, but from fractures, musculoskeletal disorders and tendonitis due to the amount of weight the gear-ladden soldier has to carry and maneuver on a daily basis.

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Johns Hopkins researchers looked at the records of more than 34,000 servicemembers who were sent to the military’s medical center in Landstuhl, Germany, according to the university. The top three grounds for medical evacuation were musculoskeletal or connective-tissue disorders (24 percent), combat injuries (14 percent) and neurological disorders (10 percent). There wasn’t much change in those percentages over the course of the four years analyzed, according to the research  …More at More Weight, Fewer Returning Troops – Roll Call

The reason is the lack the mobility and agility.  The gear is so heavy that it does not permit the soldiers to get in and out of vehicles quickly or across the battlefield.  In turn, more fractures and musculoskeletal disorders, leading to all types of tendonitis are occuring.

What is Being Done:

The Marines and Army are trying to resolve these injuries by focusing more on nutrition and physical conditioning so that military personnel can perform more efficiently and effectively in war zones and elsewhere.

As you can imagine, if something is not done, the cost is going to be significant to our country and military personnel.

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Sports May Cause Tendonitis and Other Injuries http://www.tendonitistypes.com/sports-may-cause-tendonitis-and-other-injuries.html Sat, 20 Apr 2013 06:00:00 +0000 http://www.tendonitistypes.com/?p=1130 Promising athetic careers dashed and destroyed because of this leading type of injury.

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Main Cause of Sports Injuries:

Pain

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Do you know one of the leading causes of sports careers being ended prematurely?  Well, here it is…TENDONITIS.  How many times have you seen in the paper or the television, or even heard on the radio of “another” promising athelte's career ending prematurely due to a sports injury.  Most of the time it is of a chronic and painful condition known as tendonitis.  This could be any number of a variety of tendonitis problems.  A few worth mentioning are achilles tendonitis, ankle tendonitis, knee tendonitis, elbow tendonitis or worse – rheumatoid arthritis which could arise from symptoms of tendonitis.

Preventative Medicine:

There are a host of things you can do to avoid being a candidiate to types of tendonitis.  One of the best things any athlete or regular individual can do is  S T R E T C H.  If ANY physical activity requires you to use your muscles or a group of muscles, the most important thing you can do is to warm the muscles up prior to performing the main activity.  It is like your automobile.  Not many would dare to start their car's engine and immediately drive off into the sunset without letting the engine warm up for a few minutues beforehand or you are in for some serious problems, not to mention expensive repairs.  The same analogy is true for your body.  If you don't warm up the affected muscle groups prior to exercising, playing ball, etc., you could do some serious damage to the joints and ligaments.  With health care the way it is today, and not getting better in the future, the costs are astronomical!  Don't forget the pain, fatigue downtime,and emotional toll it takes on and out of your life, as well!

 

 

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