Peripheral Neuropathy Decompression Surgery

Levaquin Peripheral Neuropathy

ATTENTION HAVE YOU TAKEN THE DRUG LEVAQUIN? IF SO, PLEASE, LISTEN TO THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE. Millions of lives have been saved becauseof the discovery of antibiotics. Fluoroquinolones are a type of powerful antibiotic which havebeen used to treat serious and lifethreatening bacterial infections. These fluoroquinolonesinclude the antibiotic drug, Levaquin. However, Levaquin has often been prescribedfor less serious ailments, such as sinus infections or ear infections, as well as other problemsthat could be treated with antibiotics that aren't quite as potent. This has resultedin many people developing Levaquin peripheral

neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy occurs when the nervesthat carry information from the brain to the central nervous system have become damaged.This results in a variety of symptoms and many people have become disabled due to theuse of these antibiotics. Some of these symptoms include: Shooting painBurning or tingling sensation Lack of coordination and muscle weaknessDigestive issues DizzinessLightheadedness

Changes in blood pressureVision problems Sweating or intolerance to heat In 2013, the FDA required drug makers to listperipheral neuropathy as a side effect. This came 12 years after the connection had alreadybeen made. Levaquin nerve damage can result in permanentdisability and rob a victim of their ability to work. A number of lawsuits have alreadybeen filed, all of which claim the companies failed to provide patients with adequate warningsabout their association with peripheral neuropathy. If you or someone you know has taken Avelox,Cipro or Levaquin and developed any burning,

tingling, numbness of the legs and or arms,or were diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, you may be entitled to compensation. Howevertime is limited to file a claim. For a free, no obligation case review, callthe experienced law office of Bernstein Liebhard toll free at 18889882'9. That's 18889882'9. Again to learn more about your rights today,and for the compensation you deserve, call the law office of Bernstein Liebhard at 18889882'9.

Suprascapular Nerve Decompression Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery Vail Colorado

the purpose of this meeting tutorials the demonstratedtechniques for suprascapular nerve decompression using arthroscopy this is a lesson basic wayof addressing suprascapular decompression the suprascapular nerve branches at erbspoint and travels below the transverse scapular ligament it crosses the suprascapular notch to enterthe superspinatus fossa where it integrates the superspinatus muscle from there the nerve angles around the spineof the scapula at the spinal glenoid notch and terminates at the infraspinatus muscle

it can be compressed at anyone of these locationsalong its course this view from posterior on a dissecting cadavershows nicely how the nerve travels under the spinaglenoid ligament through the spinal glenoid notchand branches in the infraspinatus muscle the mechanism of injury of the superscapular nerve like all injuries comes from compression tractionor direct trauma injury to the superscapular nerve hasbeen associated with multiple sports including volleyball football and overhead sports

has also been associated with trauma to theneck or scapula heavy labor and even crutch use it typically will cause shoulder pain and inmore advance forms weakness the al features an evaluation are dependentupon a careful understanding of the anatomy of the nerve the symptoms can present as pain over theposterolateral shoulder fatigue with overhead activities or weaknessin external rotation

however some patients may be asymptomaticor present with vague nomspecific pain physical examination can also be specificor nonspecific muscle atrophy of the superspinatus orinfraspinatus may be present as shown in this figure in more advance cases there may be significantweakness and in those cases with localized compressiontenderness to palpation may be present the diagnosis of superscapular nerve entrapmentcan be difficult to make and requires a high index of suspicion

MRI's can be helpful to look for structurallesion such as a spinal glenoid notch cysts or a paralabral ganglion which is compressing themnerve EMG studies and nerve conduction velocitytests are more useful and they demonstrate compression of the nerve they can also help to localize a lesion tothe transverse scapular ligament and superscapular notch or to the spinal glenoid notch region typically when the lesion is proximal

both the superspinatus and infraspinatusmuscles will be involved when the lesion is more distal at the spinalglenoid notch it may affect only the infraspinatusmuscle treatment for superscapular nerve entrapment included operative and surgical options typically nonoperative treatment is startedwith rest pain control range motion and strengthening exercises and in those who have done repetitive overheadwork or repetitive overhead sports avoidance of the aggravating activity is recommended

Keith Currie from Arkansas Spinal Care and Neuropathy Treatment Center

Hi. This is Keith Currie from ArkansasSpinal Care and Neuropathy Treatment Center in Conway, Arkansas. Welcome to my YouTubechannel. Here we are in June of 2014 and I wanted to create a YouTube channel for a longtime, sharing patient testimonials from previous patients of mine, also current patients whohad their last change by going through my program. Over the last eight years, I've collectedmany testimonials not just one or two and so I'm trying to get these all uploaded, sothat you can watch them and see these people who were told, basically that they had nohope and thought they had no hope, and then

they came through my program and it completelychanged everything for them. I treat a lot of patients who have had failedneck or back surgery. I also treat people who don't want to have back surgery. Theyjust don't want to risk it. They don't want to avoid or have the possible side effectsof general anesthesia, or scar tissue, or nerve damage, paralysis, you know, bad thingscan happen with surgery even in today's times. Most people recognize that and they do everythingthat they can to try to avoid it. Also with that, I drew up my own neuropathy treatmentprotocols and they have very high success rates with people who have a lot of differentkinds of neuropathy. If you're suffering from

burning or tingling or numbness in your feetor hands, or a sharp pin prickly things sensations, or you can't stand the feel, touch of a sheet,or cover on your skin, or the touch of the clothes even, or if it feels like you're walkingon hot coals or thick leather. Maybe you're losing your balance. A lot of my patientscome in and they don't have very good balance at all. It's because the oxygen supplies ofthose nerves has been interrupted, the nerves are inflamed, they're not healthy, they'rebecoming damaged. My program is designed to create and workwith functioning of the nerves and creating better nerve health. And so, I hope you enjoywatching these testimonials. They're very

special to me. They are special stories, thesewere real patients of mine. I do not pay for these testimonials. These people wanted toshare their stories with you and others, who had been told that they had no hope and thatneeded help. And so they want you to know that this is the place to come, if you wantto try something dramatically different than you've tried before. If you're frustratedand you do not have results with anything that you done, failure after failure, well,maybe it's time that you come to Conway, Arkansas, to get care in my office. I treat patients from all over United States.People come from very far away, to go through

my programs but it's because they're provento be valid and work for the vast majority of people that do them. Once again, I hopeyou enjoy this and I hope to see you down the road. The technologies that I use in my treatmentprogram are FDA cleared and noninvasive, which is why so many people choose this routeversus going and having surgery or other invasive types of procedures.

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