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"Sciatic" nerve pain better explained: pain down the leg broken up via each nerve root from each vertebra and where each causes sensation to occur.

"Sciatic" nerve pain better explained: pain down the leg broken up via each nerve root from each vertebra and where each causes sensation to occur. Feel better today with acupuncture, massage and more, to your door.

Brachial Plexus muscle innervations

Often injuries to the brachial plexus can take place from similar trauma and with similar symptoms as cervical spine injuries The brachial plexus is

Tight psoas is a common cause of lower back pain. Stretch it baby, stretch it! ;)

Psoas muscle attaches to your lower spine and to your thigh bone. If it's tight (sitting too much?) it pulls your lower back. It's one of the common causes of lower BACK PAIN! If you can stretch this regularly then your lower back may feel a lot better!

Hand & Wrist

Hand and Wrist anatomy poster provides views of cross section of wrist, carpal tunnel syndrome, various types of fractures. Muscles chart for doctors and nurses.

one more hand

A personal account of problems encountered with Dupuytren's surgery and an examination of the causes of subsequent recurrence

A. Median nerve. B. Ulnar nerve. C. Radial nerve.

A. Median nerve. B. Ulnar nerve. C. Radial nerve.