Lots of people out here looking for fat burning exercises/ fat burning foods/ secret diets
If you are among them, then you are probably on the wrong path
Stop wasting your time looking for a easy way
You dont have to take it from me
Go follow/ask any decent doctor/nutritionist/exercise expert how to lose weight
And he/she will tell you the only way to lose weight is being in a caloric deficit state
I dont care how much you exercise, unless you are running marathons everyday you are not losing weight eating that one whole pizza and 2 box of chips/cookies everyday!
أسعد الله صباحكم:
تأتيني الكثير من الاستفسارات حول ماهية علاج التهاب العصب الوركي (عرق النسا): - ماهو العلاج الدوائي المناسب ?
- هل الجراحة افضل أم العلاج الدوائي ?
- راجعت اكثر من طبيب وكلهم يصفون المسكنات التي تسكن الألم ثم عند ايقافها يعودالألم من جديد. - والاهم من ذلك كله أن 50% من المرضى يراجعون الاخصائي كخيار متأخر بعد أن يكونوا قد كابروا بما فيه الكفاية على آلامهم وانصتوا إلى وصفات الجيران ونصائح الأصدقاء التي لا تنتهي.. وللأسف دون أي فائدة تذكر (علماً أن النسبة قد تزيد عن ذلك إذا ما اخذنا بالحسبان كل المرضى الذين يعانون من آلام العصب الوركي) وكما يُقال (بعد ماتكون الفاس وقعت بالراس)
لذلك اخي واختي الكريمة:
إن الخطوة الأولى في علاج عرق النسا هي التسكين الجيد وذلك لأن الألم الذي يعانيه المريض يكون مبرحاً في أغلب الأحيان ويؤرق مضجع صاحبه.
لكن الخطوة الأساسية والأهم التي أتبعها لعلاج مرضاي اضافةً للتسكين، هي:
تشخيص وعلاج السبب الذي أدى لذلك الألم..... والذي يكون في أغلب الحالات قابلاً للعلاج وهذا ما يعتبر مفتاح العلاج والتعافي بإذن الله ..
وإن إهمال السبب سواءً من قبل المريض أو من قبل بعض الأطباء للأسف والتركيز على علاج الأعراض فقط، يؤدي إلى غياب التوجه الصحيح في الخطة العلاجية المتبعة...
وهذه الأسباب عديدة ويختلف العلاج باختلافها نذكر منها:
فتق النواة اللبية (الديسك) - انقراص الفقرات - انزلاق الفقرات - المناقير - التقوّم التشنجي - نقص الفيتامين D3 وماينتج عنه من هشاشة وترقق بالفقرات - نقص الفيتامين B12 - نقص كالسيوم الدم - مشاكل الغدة الدرقية واهمها قصور نشاطها - البدانة - السكري - الحمل..... وغيرها من الأسباب.
But what if I failed? 🐾 This is a constant fear within students and new graduates - the fear of failure and mistakes can be paralysing. You need to know - YOU are NOT a failure, you may not have succeeded this time round but this is OK ❤️ The word failure - should relate to a single action or event - the definition: FIRST ATTEMPT AT LEARNING 🐾👏🏼 The secret to failure, is that EVERYONE has failed at some point, if they deny it - they are lying. If you don’t fail - you will never grow, because you never step outside of your comfort zone. You NEED to fail because failure is a method of GROWTH. If you never dropped a pedicle - how will you learn to rapidly manage unpredictable haemorrhage in a real life situation? 😉 If we didn’t stumble and struggle, we would never learn!Mistakes are there to shape us and teach us lessons so we do better and BE better - as @drgerardopoli would say. 💪🏼 .
See the events as FACTS. Monitor your self talk, don’t create a dramatic, negative narrative ✋🏼 I highly recommend listening too @drdavenicol podcast Blunt Dissection Episode 23! 👌🏼 TAG someone who needs this reminder today and tell me your thoughts! 🥰👩🏻⚕️💕🐾✔️
This photo was taken in the lobby of the Minskoff Theater (where Lion King is) while I was in rehearsals for a show there....both arms proudly in the air. Since developing frozen shoulder and as I recover from surgery, I’m kinda down. Chronic pain and fear that range of motion won’t come back. This photo reminds me to keep your dreams alive no matter what they are. (I just want my arm back). I will continue tortuous physical therapy and hope to one day strike a pose like this again whether it’s on Broadway or working as a Social Worker/Teacher. Never give up hope and hard work. Be grateful for what you DO have. Best to all. 🙏💪🏻 #hope#shoulder#adhesivecapsulitis#physicaltherapy#physicaltherapist#painmanagement#surgery#nyc#broadway.
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This goes out to my fellow potato lovers! 🥔 💕 🤤
Was there ever a time, maybe in your childhood, when you got in trouble for someone else’s mischief—when you were judged as guilty by association? Then you understand the plight of the potato. Potatoes have gotten a bad rap for far too long. As victims of the war on foods mistakenly categorized as “disease-producing,” potatoes have been blamed for ills they never caused. Potatoes are wrongly accused of contributing to obesity, diabetes, cancer, Candida overgrowth, and many other conditions, while in truth these miraculous tubers can reverse these illnesses. That’s right! Potatoes are actually good for people with diabetes, because they help stabilize blood sugar.
Truth is, the toxic oil that potatoes are fried in, the cheese sauce ladled on top, and the butter, milk, and cream mashed in are what have the world convinced that potatoes are bad for us.
You can learn more about potatoes in the @medicalmedium books or simply do a google search.
Now I’m drooling 🤤 I think I’ll have potatoes for dinner!
ACL rehab & return to perform 🔗 strong chain = no leakage .
Good to have this man back 🙌
@catinthehat_bines - 8 months post operation (quad tendon) ACL (basketball) 🔥
My rehab - return to perform programming & coaching is very similar to my performance & injury reduction programming/coaching ✔️✔️ Rehab - return to perform programming needs to look 👀 like a performance program 💯 The goal is successful return to perform from injury and that requires a criteria based approach while exposing the athlete to re conditioning of their body 💯
I work with my performance physiotherapy team to make sure the athlete coming back from injury ✔️ both the pathology & physical performance boxes we need to ✔️ to make sure the athlete is hitting all the criteria we need 💯
ACL rehab & return to perform based programming I focus on;
ℹ️ 2 x squat & deadlift (variant based on athletes body type) - also how they express the force & technique is critical ✔️ strength is the foundation of ALL other bio motor qualities 🙌
ℹ️ Hip thrust 1.5 x BW 10 x with a 3-5 s iso at extension = glutes = strong 💪
ℹ️ iso hold 1 x green & 1 x blue (newish) @macironfitness - GLUTE med burn outs 3 min hold
ℹ️ Distal & proximal hamstrings (eccentrically) strong & efficient ✔️ RDL”s, Nordics & combination such as SB leg curls
ℹ️ Re training & learning optimal neuromuscular activation patterns - basic motor skills = jump, land, accelerate, decelerate & change direction - always start of basic - complex - closed to open skill - non competitive to competitive - as the athlete becomes more efficient and competent start adding in more chaotic - random stimulus = more specific to sport
ℹ️ integration back into sporting training 🙌 non contact to contact - I like my athletes to complete 1 full month of training (full) before being able to be selected for their return game 🔥 this develops the appropriate conditioning, skills & confidence in the athlete & coach 🙌 athlete is on limited game time when he comes back to sport - you can’t replicate match conditioning ..nothing prepares the athlete for competition intensity 💯
from Hans von Gersdorff's Feldtbuch der Wundartzney (Strasburg, 1519)
This is probably my favorite one! Not only because it was my first tattoo ever ( go big or go home!) but also it started a tradition that applies for all of my tattoos; i’ll get a new one for every mile stone i hit or for every blow i take , in order to remind me to keep going no matter what! This one i got after finishinf my clinical rotation clerckship year , a very challenging one , but also very rewarding, the year i was assured ia wanted to become a SURGEON 🔪🏥💪///// the “Wound Man” is a surgical diagram used in europe in the XV century, appearing in manuscripst and acting as a guide to injuries and probable cures, there are many reinterpretations of it, but the first one to be printed , was in 1491 Venetian medical book -Fasciculus Medicinae.
One of our dietitians recently mentioned this quote and how important it is for each and every patient to understand the meaning behind it!⠀
If you see yourself as large, you will always behave, act and perceive yourself in that way. Your mindset will never change until you acknowledge the change you have made. One of the best suggestions we have to ensure you learn to see yourself differently post surgery, is to take some progress pictures! That way you can't deny how incredible your journey is and how far you have come!
La cirugía plástica es como viajar en avión
La cirugía plástica estética es como tomar un avión: siempre y cuando estés con la aerolínea adecuada (la clínica), con el piloto idóneo (el cirujano) y en un buen aeropuerto para el despegue y el aterrizaje (el anestesiólogo), entonces tendrás una excelente travesía.
La cirugía plástica estética es una cirugía electiva que se realiza en pacientes con bajo riesgo quirúrgico, que cumplen con el protocolo de exámenes preoperatorios.
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With the Australian Open 🇦🇺 🎾 well and truly under way, let’s talk about the most common type of elbow pain. ⚠️”TENNIS ELBOW”⚠️
Tennis Elbow, formerly known as lateral epicondylitis, is the most frequent diagnosis of pain located on the outside of the elbow. Symptoms typically include tenderness on the outside of the elbow 💪 and pain on resisted movements of the wrist and hand, particularly the third finger.¹
As the condition is no longer thought to be an inflammatory 🔥 process, it is more accurately described as a partially reversible but degenerative overuse-underuse tendinopathy. —
So where does the name ‘Tennis Elbow’ 🎾 come from? The backhand stroke is what leads to excessive loading of the tendons in this region. This injury has since become less common in tennis players as racquet frames have become lighter and the double backhand stroke has been coached. —
It occurs more often in people who have been sedentary for years and then begin a new activity and overuse a previously underused tendon. Those who are physically active and regularly load the tendon are also at risk 💣 of injury if their load increases suddenly or they decrease the rest periods between loads²
Most cases can be clinically diagnosed and non-operative treatment has a rate of improvement 📈 in 90% of cases. Treatment is aimed at managing pain, preserving movement and improving strength to return to normal function. Symptomatic relief is usually achieved with rest, modification or avoidance of painful activities.¹
The tendon should then be loaded as close to its limits as possible, without exceeding them. Shoulder strengthening 🏋️♂️ exercises may also be necessary as a stable shoulder is required for correct elbow function. —
Invasive procedures 💉 should be avoided, unless a short-term good result is required-such as a professional tennis player in mid-season. Surgery is considered a last resort and for those patients with persistent symptoms who have failed conservative management.¹
Lets all get behind our last Aussie athlete in the @australianopen, Ash Barty @ashbar96 who is playing in the quarter-final tomorrow night! 👊🙌🤞
So for this new year, i’ve decided to share the personal story behind my tattoos, also the medical history behind some of them , and lots of surgical cases to discuss!
An X-ray of conjoined twins born with two backbones and two heads!!
Comment if you’d like to see an actual picture!
Conjoined twins are identical twins whose bodies are joined in utero.
A rarer form of conjoined twinning, seen here, is the dicephalic parapagus twins which fused side-by-side with a shared pelvis and two separate heads.
If carried to term, most dicephalic twins are stillborn, or die soon after birth. Very few survive to adulthood.
The extent to which limbs and organs are duplicated varies from case to case. One head may be only partially developed (anencephalic), or both may be complete. In some cases, two complete hearts are present as well, which improves their chances of survival. The total number of arms may be two, three or four.
Their prospects are best if no attempt is made to separate them, except in cases where one twin is clearly dying.