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Bell’s Palsy Recovery

Bell’s palsy refers to a condition in which the muscles of the face become paralyzed. Affecting one side of the face at a time, it is caused by the inflammation of the facial nerve. It can affect people of any age, but it usually hurts those who have diabetes or …

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Bell’s Palsy Recovery

Bell’s palsy refers to a condition in which the muscles of the face become paralyzed. Affecting one side of the face at a time, it is caused by the inflammation of the facial nerve. It can affect people of any age, but it usually hurts those who have diabetes or …

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Spinal Stenosis Surgery Recovery

Spinal stenosis has several causes. The aging process is the most common reason. When people get old, their spine start to naturally deteriorate. Other causes of spinal stenosis include bulging discs, spondylolisthesis, herniated discs or bone spurs. Anything that contributes to the narrowing of the space between the aggravated area of the spine …

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Bell’s Palsy Recovery

Bell’s palsy refers to a condition in which the muscles of the face become paralyzed. Affecting one side of the face at a time, it is caused by the inflammation of the facial nerve. It can affect people of any age, but it usually hurts those who have diabetes or …

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Rotator Cuff Surgery Recovery

The arm is held in place at the shoulder joint by a group of tendons and muscles named the rotator cuff. The rotator cuff muscles help the arm move at the shoulder joint. Injuring or overextending the rotator cuff can cause a tear in the tendons, which can only be …

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Faster Hip Fracture Recovery

A broken hip is a serious and even life-threatening injury. It affects the upper quarter of the thigh bone (femur) and is more common in older people because their bones tend to be weaker. Effective recovery from hip fracture will normally require follow-up physical therapy that may continue for several …

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Torn Rotator Cuff Recovery Time

Your shoulder is stabilized by the rotator cuff which is comprised of four muscles. If any of these muscles or the ligaments that attach them to bone are injured, it can cause extreme discomfort and pain. Damage to this area often occurs because of long time overuse, acute injuries or aging.  …

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Kyphoplasty Recovery Time

Osteoporosis, injury and cancer can cause painful compression fractures in the spine. Kyphoplasty is the surgical treatment needed for this type of condition. It involves injection of a special kind of cement into the vertebrae, which helps relieve pain and restore the spine’s height. Though this surgery sounds scary, it is …

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What to Expect in Sinus Surgery Recovery

When there is diseased sinus tissue, it is removed in a sinus surgery. During the surgery, the channels of the sinus are improved by creating a pathway which helps any infected tissue to drain away. Like any other surgery, the post-operative care is very essential for the sinus surgery recovery. …

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Hysterectomy Recovery

When you have a hysterectomy, they will be removing your uterus. This is the organ that holds a growing baby when you are pregnant. They take out the entire uterus and one or more of the ovaries and fallopian tubes depending on why you are having a hysterectomy. A hysterectomy …

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