Self-Administered Electrical Stimulation of the Knee for Relief of Osteoarthritis Pain

Greg Evans September 18th, 2015

Martin Brown* Utah Pain Management, Farmington, Utah, USA Purpose Demonstrate the objective efficacy of a proprietary, OTC electrotherapy device designed for relief of osteoarthritis of the knee. The Acuknee (FDA and Health Canada cleared) system delivers electrotherapy along known acupuncture points and meridians in a simple, easy to use, reproducible, thirty-minute daily treatment. The principle […]

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Risks of Knee Replacement and Surgery

Greg Evans September 2nd, 2015

Risk Of Heart Attack Increased In Osteoarthritis Patients Who Undergo Hip, Knee Replacement Read more at: http://www.immortal.org/16121/risk-heart-attack-increased-osteoarthritis-patients-undergo-hip-knee-replacement/ (Visited 146 time, 1 visit today)

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Advil, Aleve Raise Heart Attack Risk: FDA Warns

Greg Evans July 14th, 2015

The U.S Food and Drug Administration on Thursday strengthened the warning labels for widely used painkillers like ibuprofen and naproxen, saying they can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. The FDA is asking people to think carefully about their use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), particularly if they’ve already had a heart attack, […]

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When Should I Be Concerned About Knee Pain?

Greg Evans April 13th, 2015

Whether you’re an athlete, a gym rat, or have seen a few birthdays, chances are you’ve experienced knee pain of some kind. In some cases, it might pass if you rest or ice your knee for a few hours, or maybe it goes away if you switch to a different activity for a time. However, […]

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