Repetitive movements of the arm can cause a batch of problems from overuse. Direct trauma to the shoulder is another story. It can cause a collarbone fracture, or a strain of the acromioclavicular joint. The latter represents 12% of shoulder dislocation cases. Anatomy The shoulder is made up of the humeral head (bone of the arm) which overlaps wi...Read more!
For some people, having dizzy spells is normal. They mention that they've had that issue all their lives: a mild loss of balance now and then. It's true: In a number of cases, that odd sensation of intoxication or of walking on clouds is benign, with no serious consequences. Here are some of the potential causes of dizzy spells: A drop in...Read more!
Who has never had a headache? They are often short-lived, and easy to soothe with a couple of over-the-counter pills. But what about headaches that don't go away? The ones that hang on day and night, that medication only goes so far to relieve? Different Sources It's important to note that headaches can stem from different sources: blood pressure...Read more!