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Q & A Tagged 'Treatment'

Q & A Tagged Treatment

What Is The Best Treatment for OsteoarthritisWhat is the best treatment for osteoarthritis?

What Is The Best Treatment for Osteoarthritis

What is the best treatment for osteoarthritis?

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Has anyone tried neurofeedback for ADD/ADHD?I read a story about a family who had their child go through neurofeedback therapy to help with her ADD/ADHD.…

Has anyone tried neurofeedback for ADD/ADHD?

I read a story about a family who had their child go through neurofeedback therapy to help with her ADD/ADHD. "Neurofeedback was initially developed by NASA in the 60s to improve a pilot’s attention and ability to focus on tasks. Neurofeedback works through a combination of visual and audio stimulation that is specific for each patient." What happens is you go into the specialist and they put sensors on your head and a couple on your ears. This reads your brain activity and modifies it to help you focus on one task at a time. After 10 sessions of this, the girl in the news story seemed to be able to focus and not need her medication. Any thoughts on this? Has anyone tried it? Source: http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/dpp/health/neurofeedback-could-help-add_adhd-08212011

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Possible Revolution in Glaucoma TreatmentThis month, Ivantis, an eye company, is starting to perform their first trial on a voluntary patient for a new…

Possible Revolution in Glaucoma Treatment

This month, Ivantis, an eye company, is starting to perform their first trial on a voluntary patient for a new surgery that they hope will reverse glaucoma. They constructed a device the size of an eyelash that can be surgically put into a person's eye. The hopes are that this device will help the person suffering with glaucoma to see. There are no results from the testing as of yet. What do you think about this? Here's the article: http://www.modernmedicine.com/modernmedicine/Ophthalmology+Top+Story/Glaucoma-device-studied/ArticleStandard/Article/detail/730092?contextCategoryId=40207

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Deviated Septum--what to do now?My husband has broken his nose multiple times from playing sports in the past. Because of so many breaks, he…

Deviated Septum--what to do now?

My husband has broken his nose multiple times from playing sports in the past. Because of so many breaks, he has a deviated septum. This causes him lots of problems, such as snoring, being easily susceptible to sinus infections and he can barely breathe out of his nose. Are there any remedies people use to help open their nasal passage? All I can think is rinsing your sinuses with warm water, but I am sure there are many other tactics. I've also heard of surgeries to correct a deviated septum. Does anyone know more about that?

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