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LUMBAR DISC BULGE

LUMBAR DISC BULGE

2017-12-10

LUMBAR DISC BULGEA vertebral disc is the shock-absorbing structure between each vertebra.They are the rings of fibrocartilage and glycoprotein that separate your bony vertebral bodies while allowing movement at each spinal level, and enough room for the major spinal nerves to exit from the spinal canal and travel to your limbs.The annulus is the outer section of the spinal disc, consisting of several layers of multi-directional fibrocartilaginous fibres all densely packed to create a wall

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CARPEL TUNNEL SYNDROME

CARPEL TUNNEL SYNDROME

2017-11-27

CARPEL TUNNEL SYNDROMEIt is a condition which arises due to the pressure on the median nerve within the carpel tunnel narrow passage formed by the bones of wrist and flexor retinaculam (transverse carpel ligament).Carpel tunnel is the area in the wrist where nerve enters the hand which is a very narrow passage. So any swelling or thickening from irritated tendons narrows the tunnel and make median nerve to be compressed causing numbness, pain, tingling sensation and weakness. Usually it affects

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Benefits of Ashwagandha

Benefits of Ashwagandha

2017-11-15

The benefits of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) Ashwagandha root is known as “Indian Ginseng”. In Ayurvedic medicine it is considered an adaptogen that facilitates learning and memory.Ashwagandha, one of the most vital herbs in Ayurvedic healing, has been used since ancient times for a wide variety of conditions, but is most well known for its restorative benefits. In Sanskrit ashwagandha means “the smell of a horse,” indicating that the herb imparts the vigor and

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AYUSH EXHIBITION

AYUSH EXHIBITION

2017-11-08

1 ST INTERNATIONAL AYUSH CONFERANCE AND EXHIBITION 2017 9-11th   NOVEMBER Visit our stall S3 and get free consultations,vouchers and many more  Innovative tradition of care-

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OSTEOPOROSIS

OSTEOPOROSIS

2017-10-31

OSTEOPOROSISOsteoporosis is a condition in which there is a progressive decrease in bone density ,causing weakness of the bone and thereby fractures are likely.CAUSES AND RISK FACTOR• Female gender-Usually prevalence of osteoporosis is high in women especially thin women. After menopause osteoporosis is very common because of lack of oestrogen .• Family history of osteoporosis.• Personal history of fracture as an adult.• Cigarette smoking and excessive alcohol

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