Tag: "posture" at medical news

School Computer Posture Problems Found

...found that computer workstations most affected the posture ofthird graders. Overall, Oates says, the study's...on't know." Studies of adults have found that poor posture at computer workstations islinked to risk of neck, shoulder, back, arm and hand musculoskeletal disc...

First woman commanding general for health care in Pacific speaks on Capitol Hill about Tele-Health

...ic; support remote theater locations for readiness posture inpeacetime; facilitate tele-education and leadership, and promote collaborativeand strategic relationships. Maj. Gen. Adams will update and acknowledge the Congressional leadership andrecognize support from Sen. Kent Conrad (D.ND) and Senator Ted St...

Better diagnosis of pain in children

...how it moves itslegs (kicking, legs drawn up), the posture of the back and body (cramped,twisted, trembling) and the facial expression (grimace, wrinkled up nose,frown). The total scale gives a measure of the pain: no pain (0), mild pain (1-2),pain (3-4) or severe pain (5-7). The method is intended to be car...

90 high schools will participate in UNC-CH head injury study

... involve tests of how well athletes maintain their posture and balance while standing onone foot on a device called a balance box that moves beneath them. During testing, the goal is to keeptheir bodies and the box as motionless as possible." All athletes on three of each school's teams will be tested befor...

New spine repair technique may offer hope for osteoporosis sufferers

...e severe limitations, including pain and a stooped posture called Dowager's hump." The procedure is part of the integrated care offered at UCSF Vertebral Compression Fracture Comprehensive Care Clinic. A collaborative effort between the UCSF departments of orthopedic surgery and rheumatology, the clinic offe...

Delay in diagnosis for AS patients can lead to permanent spinal damage

...6%) said AS has forced them into a forward-stooped posture and more than half (55%) said their spine has fuse...engthening exercises, deep breathing, attention to posture and medications to combat the symptoms of pain and stiffness....

MRI shows back trouble may begin before puberty

...o Dr. Smith, should include learning about correct posture and how to stretch the back, as well as being physically active. Dr. Smith and his fellow researchers plan to conduct a follow-up study on these same children in 10 years to help determine whether early disc abnormalities worsen or stay the same as ...

Self-management improves course of low back pain

...y, smoking, stress, poor physical condition or bad posture may contribute to lower back pain. Americans spend at least $50 billion each year on treatment of lower back pain, the most common cause of job-related disability....

UVA researchers make cellular model of Parkinson's disease

... rigidity, slowing of movement and difficulty with posture and balance. The disease is caused by the degeneration of nerve cells in a part of the brain, called the substantia nigra, responsible for the production of dopamine, which is essential for nerve cells to function. Up to one million Americans suffer ...

Antibiotic provides promise in treatment of spinal cord injuries

...bility to walk with more coordination, better foot posture and stepping, and better support of body weight than untreated controls. The findings are published in the March 2, 2004 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The BWH/CHB researchers found that minocycline reduces later-stage ...

New guidelines for cerebral palsy recommend early neuroimaging tests

...ng to Ashwal. Cerebral palsy, a disorder affecting posture and movement due to a lesion in the developing brain, is relatively common. It occurs in about 2 to 2.5 births per 1,000 worldwide. In the United States, about 10,000 babies are born annually with cerebral palsy. Most children with cerebral palsy ar...

Botulinum toxin can help musicians with dystonia

... motor control. Involuntary movements and abnormal posture are visible during the performance of highly specific tasks including instrumental playing. In one study, researchers looked at the long-term result of 84 musicians with focal task-specific dystonia at a German Music Medicine Center in Hanover, who h...

Workers with carpal tunnel find relief with night-time splinting

...hand splint that maintained the wrist in a neutral posture overnight and were instructed to wear the splint at night for a period of six weeks. This group, along with the remaining 49 participants, also viewed a 20-minute video on carpal tunnel syndrome and how to reduce ergonomic stressors at work and home....

Researchers hope monkeys can provide new insights into depression

...sive behavior included a slumped or collapsed body posture accompanied by a lack of response to events or objects in the environment in which other monkeys were interested. The researchers found that the depressed monkeys had suppressed ovarian function, but continued to have menstrual periods. Irregular ovu...

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