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    My first question is, how much do you weigh? and...

    My first question is, how much do you weigh? and how much do you want to lose? What body type are you?
    If you are trying to lose fat, you need to exercise within the 'fat-burning/aerobic' zone,...
  2. Thread: MRI reading

    by AndrewART
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    How old are you? How long have you had the...

    How old are you? How long have you had the injury/pain? There is a tear in one of your rotator cuff muscles, you have an older injury to another (supraspinatus) hence the ossification, and finally...
  3. Surgery should be the last resort, once you go...

    Surgery should be the last resort, once you go under the knife there is no turning back. I would enquire about the success rates and the the risks involved. Always try the conservative approach,...
  4. I would first establish whether the pain is...

    I would first establish whether the pain is coming from a superficial structure i.e. can you touch the area of pain, or a deeper structure below all the tissue of the neck. Does it hurt to...
  5. Thread: tennis elbow

    by AndrewART
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    Have you tried a treatment called ART (active...

    Have you tried a treatment called ART (active release technique) www.activerelease.com
    From your information provided you have pretty much addressed only the signs and symptoms of tennis elbow i.e....
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    Sounds like a disc bulge causing nerve...

    Sounds like a disc bulge causing nerve impingement. If your symptoms get worse down the arm when you look up to the ceiling and extend your neck, it is more than likely a disc bulge affecting the...
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    Shane, A common source of hamstring tightness...

    Shane,
    A common source of hamstring tightness can be the sciatic nerve that runs beside the hamstring muscle. Even though it feels like the hamstring is tight, it may possibly be the sciatic nerve...
  8. Simo, Clicking doesn't always mean that there is...

    Simo,
    Clicking doesn't always mean that there is something that needs to be 'removed', i guess understanding what the cause of the clicking would be a good place to start.
    Clicking could mean a few...
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