Category Archives: Surgery

Sciatica Pain Gone through Military Experience Knowledge

5 February 2020 by Marc Woodard [Marc is the soldier in the featured image overlooking Camp San Louis Obispo, CA – during active duty training, 2002] What is sciatica and what is the best way to manage, alleviate or remove it? Through my military experience I found a treatment path which led to complete reversal of my sciatic pain problem. A pain problem that afflicted me throughout my 20 year military career. Below under “Sciatica (more…)

What to do About Bunions?

What exactly is a bunion?  A bunion is a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe joint which becomes enlarged and points inward toward the other toes.  The medical term used for this condition is hallux valgus.  Other symptoms aside from the bony bump: Thickening skin at the base of the toe with redness, swelling and soreness.  People with weak or flat feet including the improper use of foot wear (high (more…)

Why Prostate Health Is Important for Men

Although most men don’t understand the overall role, function or importance of prostate health, men over 40 should make every attempt to take care of the prostate gland.  The prostate to a man should be what breast health is to a woman.  Both examinations check for abnormalities within the soft gland tissue.  During a rectal prostate exam the physician is feeling for a hard or lumpy tissue signature that may require further examination.  The prostate (more…)