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Our feet are sophisticated pieces of architecture. They are composed of a network of muscles, bones, nerves, tendons, and ligaments. They are a mechanical marvel of nature. The injuries of the ankle and feet are most common in athletes. Approximately 21 percent of these injuries have prolonged morbidity. Each year, millions of Americans come to the podiatrist’s office and complain about swelling, pain, stiffness, and various deformities. A foot problem is a significant problem. It affects the tasks of daily living. Walking, running, going up and down steps, driving, and the simple joys of life as participating in social and recreational activities we love. If you have a higher body weight, you will feel the amount of impact on your feet when running. This is why wearing appropriate footwear that absorbs this impact is a must. Imagine a fully loaded cement truck weighing hundreds of tons. This weight is the equivalent amount of force your feet carry during an average day of walking. For the rehabilitation of ankle injuries, it is crucial to evaluate gait. Gait abnormalities are also a leading cause of ankle injuries. Heel-toe walking allows proper execution of the gait cycle, to prevent abnormal shifts that can stress bones, muscles, and joints. Gait pattern is a much-overlooked aspect of pain management in musculoskeletal disorders. In this book, you will learn all about the feet, common injuries affecting the ankles and feet, traditional interventions and practical exercises, ways to make ice packs, benefits of walking on the beach, and practical strategies for self-management.Become a self-treating patient by getting this audiobook. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James McLeod. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/173190/bk_acx0_173190_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Codependence: Coping with Addiction, Sadism and Abuse is based on a white paper the author drafted for a drug rehabilitation center in the United States. The study is basically divided in three parts, dealing with different manifestations of parent-child codependence and the resulting lacking autonomy and self-reliance of the later adolescent and young adult, who, as a result of his early entanglement with a parent, gets into a negative growth spiral by a rather queer sexual development (sadism), and dependency patterns in all spheres of life.Addiction, sadism, and abuse are all power traps, and inhibit the young adult from developing his full soul power and charisma. They have all one etiology: the fact of a prolonged codependent relationship with one parent, while the other parent was either absent, irresponsible, or unacceptable. For reasons of the different psychosexual setup of the two sexes, the problem occurs more regularly with boys who are codependent with their mothers and who at the onset of adulthood - or even during adolescence - are suffering from more or less violent sexual urges, and substance abuse and dependency, as well as the scars of emotional abuse, often committed by mothers who ask their male offspring to cling to them as long as possible, and avoid getting into sexual relations with girls of their age, for dating, or more mature women for serious relations and marriage.It is then regularly the mother who is in the way for the boy to develop a life of his own. When that boy was an infant, the mother had all possible pretexts to not live the primary fusional relation with the newborn, thereby causing the psychic and emotional scars that later lead to the codependent relationship. The essay is understood as a self-help guide for those who wish to get ready to face their dependency pattern as a preparation for qualified psychiatric and psychosocial assistance as a second step. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Fritz Walter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/143748/bk_acx0_143748_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The National, representative study on living conditions among people with disabilities in Namibia is the result of an international cooperation between Southern Africa Federation of the Disabled (SAFOD), National Federation of People with Disabilities in Namibia (NFPDN), Norwegian Federation of Organisations of Disabled People (FFO), University of Namibia, Ministry of Lands, Resettlement and Rehabilitation (MLRR), and SINTEF. Organisations of people with disabilities and individuals with disabilities have played a key role during design development and implementation of the study. The research comprises a study on living conditions among households with/without disabled members, disability screening, specific questions to individuals with disabilities, and core concepts from the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). Results from this study demonstrated a systematic pattern in that individuals with disabilities and households with disabled members reported lower level of living on a number of indicators. Furthermore, the study demonstrated serious gaps in basic services for disabled people.
A deformed alveolar ridge may result from periodontal disease, trauma, tooth extraction, tumor, or congenital defects. The ridge deformity is directly related with the volume of the root structure and associated bone that is missing or has been destroyed. The esthetic, hygiene, and functional concerns can be the formation of "black triangles" interdentally, loss of buccal/facial contour, an unesthetic thick pontic made to compensate the horizontal ridge defect, food impaction in the open interdental spaces under the pontic, difficulty in speech and unesthetic gingival texture. In today's practice, patients with normal skeletal pattern who have lost a substantial degree of their original osseous dimensions due to tooth loss or trauma are much more prevalent. Alveolar ridge defects are common and poise a significant problem in dental treatment and rehabilitation. Therefore, the time-honored proverb that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is most applicable to the many problems involved in the successful reconstruction of localized defects that exist within the alveolar ridge.