• Things you need to know about Workout

    Things you need to know about Workout

    A lot of times people work out with the idea of losing weight. While losing weight is the point, weight should be lost the healthy way. A lot of times people tend to combine various ideas and opinions, from what they know, what they hear and what they read online and follow a combination of practices that may not always be right.

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  • Spinal Fusion Surgeries: Can Pedicle Screw Breach Cause Neurological Damage?

    Spinal Fusion Surgeries: Can Pedicle Screw Breach Cause Neurological Damage?

    Spinal Fusion Surgery can help prevent back pain caused by degenerative disc disease, scoliosis, fractures, or infection of the spine. The vertebrae responsible for the motion that results in pain are joined and stabilized using wires, plates, or rods.

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  • The role of Vitamin D in preserving health

    The role of Vitamin D in preserving health

    Vitamin D is part of a group of fat-soluble vitamins which can be obtained from a few foods, sunlight and supplements. The main role of Vitamin D is to assist in the metabolism of Calcium and Phosphorus and also in mineralization of bones. Till now, different forms of Vitamin D have been discovered, namely Vitamin D1, D2, D3, D4 and D5 respectively.

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  • Body Mechanics and Posture

    Body Mechanics and Posture

    Body mechanics is a term used to describe the ways we move as we go about our daily lives. It includes how we hold our bodies when we sit, stand, lift, carry, bend, and sleep. Poor body mechanics are often the cause of back problems. When we don’t move correctly and safely, the spine is subjected to abnormal stresses that over time can lead to degeneration of spinal structures like discs and joints, injury, and unnecessary wear and tear.

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  • Common orthopaedic conditions in children

    Common orthopaedic conditions in children

    How common are these conditions in the UAE, do have any statistics? Conditions such as in-toeing, flat feet, bowlegs and knock knee are rather common conditions affecting infants and children. In all of these cases, parents often anxiously rush to consult a specialist in order to check if their child’s limbs are normal. In most cases, these issues are not serious health concerns but a part of development.

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  • What is Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)?

    What is Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)?

    In the ever-changing field of medicine, newer inventions and orthopedic techniques have enabled us to perform better and faster with each passing day. Whether it be the medicines or the implants we use, the focus is always on returning the patient to their pre-disease status at the earliest. In this aspect, mention must be made about the vast recent advances made in the field of Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS).

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  • Cervical pain and its Symptoms

    Cervical pain and its Symptoms

    The Cervical spine not only protects the delicate spinal cord but also provides flexibility, allowing the neck to move in all directions while balancing the weight of our head. This flexibility comes at a cost of increased vulnerability to strains in the cervical spine. Poor posture and a lack of exercise cause cervical pain in the neck muscles and tightens and contract, resulting in pain and stiffness.

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