I have “mild” degeneration of my bones
Well since youre no spring chick, this is to be expected at some point with many people, seeing as the specialists claim its part of the aging process.
Our diets have changed considerably and even the specialists dont have a clue as to what really causes degenerative disc disease.
The gelatin in Jell-O is what lets you transform it into all sorts of different shapes. What exactly is gelatin? Gelatin is just a processed version of a structural protein called collagen that is found in many animals, including humans. Collagen actually makes up almost a third of all the protein in the human body. It is a big, fibrous molecule that makes skin, bones, and tendons both strong and somewhat elastic. As you get older, your body makes less collagen, and individual collagen fibers become cross linked with each other. You might experience this as stiff joints (from less flexible tendons) or wrinkles (from loss of skin elasticity).
This actually makes fingernails stronger and less apt to break (for us women).
Its the most cost effective way to address this health issue, IMHO.
You can actually purchase gelatin and mix it in your drinks and food.
I dont suggest this if youre a vegetarian.
For more information on the scientific explanation on gelatin, you can visit:
I did not take the photos with the BlackBerry Storm. I took these photos with a Samsung SGH900i Cell Phone, the did a Bluetooth transfer to my computer.
I then use DCE autoenhance to shrink all photos to fit into a 640 x 640 box.
I find the reaction time of the BlackBerry Storm too slow for photos, I have more dud photos than good quality. In the end my Canon camera is the best, however too big to be taking photos inside a Hospital, people would get angry. My sell phone remains straight, this is a disadvantage, i would rather I could pretend I was doing and SMS and take the photo.
I take a lot of photos with the BlackBerry of Hotels, I then add a Hotel my site:
The BlackBerry works good for slow or setup photos, however for quickly spontaneous draw and shoot photos it is too slow. However, a person could easily ditch the computer and blog only from the BlackBerry or any smart phone connected to the Verizon Data service, the 170 countries is the bonus.
I experimented with some different spellings and this is what I came up with.
Neural sheath tumors (also called peripheral nerve sheath tumors, Schwannomas, or several other names) are one of the tumor types that comprise a group of tumors called low-grade soft tissue sarcomas. These are tumors that arise from the connective tissues of the body and include fibrosarcomas, hemangiopericytomas, and nerve sheath tumors. They are tumors that are locally very invasive into the surrounding normal tissues, but are unlikely to metastasize (spread) elsewhere in the body. They can grow along blood vessels and nerves, and in between and around muscles and bones. When these tumors occur in the limbs, it is very difficult to get a complete surgical excision (short of amputation of the limb) due to the small amount of skin and subcutaneous tissues and the large numbers of vital structures, such as blood vessels, nerves, and tendons/ligaments, in this area. Usually, surgery is used to remove as much of the tumor as possible, and is then followed by radiation therapy to eradicate any residual microscopic tumor that is left behind after surgery.
It was too close to be coincidental, but... it is from a veterinarian site. Good luck
This is perfect, the doctor wrote these words on the outside of the X-rays and then gave the x-rays to the staff. I went back and took this photo with my camera. This interpretation appears to be correct.
This is an opinion of the orthopedic doctor of a possible problem. To me it feels or appears to be place where the nerves exploded outside their covers.
I will go to the neural Doctor tomorrow and hopefully I can make more progress. It was called either a nerve or fat nodule by the doctor in Peru.
Stumbling along the path... in the end, the worst that can happen is I die or live for another 30 years and die from it, and I would be 83.
More NURSE Photos. PLEASE
Interesting website you have here. Please check out http://www.orthosupersite.com and let me know what you think if you find time. Thanks in advance. Take care!