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"bone spur" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Way to get votes on I said I like her but apparently a dead so I can I be so dense I don't know well that's why I live in liberal will there is a lot of those protective of the president president they're not doing that this and we're so excited my sense is from the Alabama LSU football game what would you I told my tape I know I know I finally got the people that are going to drop they are you're dressed in their medical fifty here and they've got a big right is there any obligation well can you quickly it in the morning or what do you talk about what is we know that sort of pervert two of them for a bone spur which was diagnosed by a doctor who lived in his father's builder and who had done work in real estate with his father so there's the suggestion that the draft dives but the thought yeah guy I can't I am I would you know we got you comment here they're wearing like it looks like what do you know the big round balls on their nose and that these are the only people so far Margaret thing no one is bactrim day and that's the bottom line we are honoring our war heroes today but all of that crazy yeah all right thanks Alice great stuff anybody on Fifth Avenue and now okay I wish you were here Alice crazy is crazy some believe well sounds like they're a lot more pro trump people there than anti well it depends on you know who she she got I'm sure there's plenty of anti trump people out there only revisit this one she talked to I know what my goal I don't know but that and I was trying to get in there telling me no no that's no.
Horn, Sunshine Coast And Australia discussed on Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker
"Saw this posted. And people have been very quick to post, this online smartphones linked to bizarre horn like skull bumps that any of that makes sense to you. You may have seen some of the x Ray photos that were released. Apparently, there was a report that was put out that when. Under the radar. So a study was released to the university, the university of the Sunshine Coast in Australia that even sounds like a made up university, are we sure that's not like a university of Phoenix type of deal. So the university of the Sunshine, Coast, Australia, put this study out later, the article was published by the BBC saying that how modern life is transforming the human skeleton, because of how we're using technology. So I want you to think about how a lot of people use their cell phones. If you have your mobile phone, your smartphone, in your hand in someone text, you or you're looking at social media or you're playing a game. You have your phone in your hand and you're looking down. Some you probably keep your hands close to your body. You probably have it. You know, probably close to the bottom of your rib-cage, right? And you play play Pipo Pipo play. So what they're saying is happening. Is that there's damage in the back of your neck? And it has to do with the repeat motion of looking down up, down up, down up in then keep an down for extended periods of time in it has to do with some of the cartilage in some of the muscles, and things that are back there gets worn down, and eventually, what happens, you get these bone Spurs back there. These little bony gross that will form on the edge of bones that occur when inflammation damages. The cartilage in the cushion joints in eventually, it starts to grow these bone spurts in kind of looks like a, you know, if you went in. Yeah. Kind of look out of the corner of your eye. Kind of looks like a horn. It's not really a horn, when you think of horn, you think of a renounce service or something in you have this Warren, right in the middle of your forehead or a, you know, a unicorn or whatever, but it's not like that. What's happening is with all of the up and down our next heart built for that. So you have these bone Spurs, that are growing in his place to help fortify that area. So an x Ray shows. That a twenty eight year old man skull can have a growth of, let's see twenty seven millimeter growth at the base. Wow. Twenty seven millimeters the findings show to of how the human body is changing to adapt to technology. And it's kind of a scary thing, if you think about it number of cases of ailments, they called text neck texting thumb shoulder lower back, pain, resulting from cellphone a computer use, and young people are increasing since the early, two thousands says the study is going to convince people to stop using their phone small changes like putting a pillow under your laptop holding the phone in your hands or maybe elevating at higher. So it's more, I level that could be very useful. I don't know how many people are going to adapt that way. They could. But now we're growing horns so good luck. Turning that back? Everyone's going to be walking around with those soft neck braces in the future just to help. Fortify, their neck from all of the technology, this makes me want to make sure my kid never get says him on a smartphone. I know eventually is going to go to school, and eventually other parents are going to cave in give their kids smartphones than eventually, my kid's going to say, well Billy's got it or Janis. Got they do this. Why can't I am a smartphone? Well, of course, the pressure's gonna start at an early age just because kids are allowed these screen things, but I'm hoping to hold on as far as they can the best thing. I could probably do is convince my kid he doesn't want one of these things, and that's going to be such hard thing to do. Man. Well, you're going to grow a horn in the back of your neck. You out that
Young People Are Developing Horns Due to Mobile Phones, Technology
"New research suggests that young people are developing horn, like spikes in the back of their skull bone. Spurs caused by the forward tilt of the head shifting. Wait from spine to the muscles in the back of the head. And that's the reason tendons, ligaments are causing bone growth to create a brand new bone spur and, and spike in the back of their heads. Our bodies are evolving, and developing because of a cell phone.
The Yankees are decimated by injuries right now
"The Yankees are playing without half a dozen projected starters batting six through nine in their starting lineup. Yesterday will four players who have played Tripoli ball this season. More bid for the Yankees. This week is Gary Sanchez, replace Sobat. The on the injured list with a left calf, strain and news that the return of Luis Severino has been delayed from may to July and Dell Tanta suffered a setback. Sanchez joins Jacoby ellsbury Jordan Montgomery. Ben, Hiller, Didi, gregorius Aaron Hicks Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel and do are on the sidelines here back with us to give his diagnosis on the latest. Yankee injury news is a friend of this show. The socio professor of Orthopaedics at the NYU Langone medical center in the university of Texas del medical school, and listeners know was very bored center fielder is ROY. Roger Clements is backup in high school. Welcome to Dr Alton baron Beck on Ed Randall's talking baseball. Del Batanes is doctor has been sidelined with a shoulder. Impingement? Let's start with that. What is that for those? Who may not have heard you recently. Yeah. Thanks. It's great great to be back with you. I'll tell you what you got pun the business to talk about the. Yeah, you know, impingement is that that space that that Bursa which is a little potential space in between the rotator cuff tendons, and that bony roof on our shoulder, and that that supports our deltoid and our whole kind of the roof rush older. So it's it's rubbing underneath there. The under surface that bony roof impinges presses down on the rotator cuff based on the mechanics of the shoulder and so forth, and you know, with with these these young throwing athletes there, I it's it's usually not a big. Dramatic spur that's digging in that can grow over time. You know, when we're much older. But it's it's more. The the dynamic major the intense dynamic nature of what's going on underneath that bony groups that gets irritates that rotator cuff and presses down on and houses to hurt. And of course, they lose velocity lose control. And after take a break, we learned this week and Batista's himself. Doctor learned this week that he has a bone spur in the back of his shoulder, which has been there since he originally signed with the Yankees in two thousand six, but he has never dealt with inflammation around it until now thirteen years later. Right. So you know, any any minor repetitive? Trauma in young people can stimulate some early. It's not really arthritic bone formation. But it's reactive bones reactive to the intense stresses that they place on them. And sometimes those stresses. During creased at the end of you know, if you're when you're younger and you're rolling seven nine innings. You know, you your your rotator cuff weekends in the stretches stresses are greater on the ligaments in that constrain that that area right at the connection of the bone, and that can create these formation allow these bones bone Spurs to form, and then they can sit there and do nothing. But then later if you have another injury, or, you know, a strain that happens as as he's guys have as we can clearly see that then it becomes noticed again. And may may be a factor originally Potenza was treated for inflammation than he was shut down for a few days. Now, he's expected to miss six to seven weeks after he threw a simulated game on Thursday, and he struggled he flew back to New York on Friday for another MRI would die contrast, which regaled the inflammation near the bone spur. As the source of the euro tation. Yeah. So those kind of that kind of news as you, you know, as well better than I do follow followed so closely, and and and you become quite a diagnostician yourself. You went to school. Go ahead. Well. These things, you know, the this information that keeps being added and additional tests and so forth, you know, these can be slippery slopes. These can you know end up. I'm not by any means predicting that, but they can be well, oh, yeah. What we got this? And now we see this. And therefore, look we're going to have to do a little Arcus copy clean out, which then kicks us. You know, three more months down the road. I mean, you know, there's all sorts of scenarios and and the same to be seeing all of them and their grab bag of injuries. He eleven sonogram to try it talk about this. He's going to have a sonogram to try to destroy the spur and cortisone shots to ease the discomfort. He's going to be shut down for three weeks. And then the Yankees think he's gonna need at least another three weeks to get up to speed talk. If you will about the sonogram to try to destroy the spur, right? I mean, there's there's the best analogy is if somebody has has heard of litho trips he which is a way to use high radio frequency to actually break up kidney stone. Inside kinda dissolve them and caused them to break up, and that's not dissimilar from what what we're talking about there on the shoulder because basically the the we're talking about deposits of calcium. Calcium can be hard enough to where it can be jostled with that frequency, and then can cause them to dissolve the steroids help because any time there's an area where calcium builds up, and it happens all the time. It's quite common. It's just the most of us can deal with by, you know, not sleeping on that shoulder. But not you know, we're not trying to throw a hundred miles an hour. You know, they can the the they create those calcium deposits create a lot of inflammatory response in the body because it's have normal and abnormal location in though, the cortisone whether second by mouth or given by Jackson with an ultrasound guided needle can break that up as well. Reduce inflammation, reduce the paint. I mean, the pain is why these guys can't throw. Because there's a major structural damage. It's just that they can't throat right? Let's move from the bullpen and del dances to the starting rotation. Luis Severino with Dr Colton baron. The associate professor of peaks at NYU lingo, Severino already out with a rotator cuff inflammation has now. Also, suffered a great to latte strain. Is there any relationship between the two injuries? There's got to be there's got to be an, and, you know, talked about this many times at for is, you know, once once you are you're our brains are very smart, and they know things that we aren't even thinking about and what they know they know where an injury is. And then they start trying to accommodate for they try to adapt and use over overuse, and protect whatever that that injured area is try to protected by over working over using the surrounding muscles the accessory secondary. Muscles and the logistics is critical for controlling our shoulder blade, which is the positioning of our whole on in space. And so, you know. You have to wonder and have to worry that that that without even thinking about it unconsciously, the the overuse of the logistics, and the strain that resulted from that in this case, great to strain, you know, is is related to try to to unconsciously protect that that strained rotator cop. How how severe is a great to great to is is medium medium. Great great one is just a little bitty strain that generally goes away very quickly. Great to, you know, takes six weeks to to resolve from from, you know, a a purely biological level physiologic level, and so so that takes time, and that's obviously by pushing back significantly and now he's dealing with the two. I mean, that's okay because they can both heal together. You know, and so hopefully with good rehab and and good physical therapy. And and the rest at. Of them can come back shining some tiny slow from the man to behind home plate Sanchez had complained of tightness in his leg. Earlier this past week. But he was surprised when an MRI on Thursday revealed revealed, a small strain, but this is something I guess he wanna treat right now rather than let it linger and potentially extending his absence. Absolutely. You're so right. Because you know, what happens is all these guys are desperate to get back there. Whether it's behind the plate or on the on the mound or wherever it is field. You know, they're desperate to get back. Everybody wants him back back coached wanna back managers, and they more than anybody wanna be back. And so you've gotta be careful because you these little strains that I think he had if I'm not mistaken, I think he'd been complaining of tightness. But you know, you just keep manage fine, and you go forth, but you know, you have to wonder that when you're facing, you know, as you said a dozen of these injuries, everybody scaling crusher you've got new people in the. Field. You know, these are such a mazing teammates, and they know each other intimately well, and you have four new people who are great, and awesome, but planned together, and it just adds a level of stress and anxiety that I think, you know, we've manifest that athletes manifest that in their in their in their joints and their muscles and their muscle tendon units, and you have to wonder if that extra tightness doesn't predisposes to some extra
"bone spur" Discussed on KNSS
"Twenty eight eighty two on the Rush Limbaugh show. My name's Ken got to share this with you from the New York Times. First of all, I can't believe it costs three dollars for the New York Times three dollars for the new year. That's Monday through Friday that sixty is at sixty. Yeah. Sixty bucks. Are you serious? That's why that's another reason. But it's not just the price. I've I've never believed that the New York Times is all the news that's fit to print. It's all the news idol diet. I dunno below the fold today though, since I got it free in my hotel. And that's the only time I will read it a foot doctors favor may have helped Donald Trump avoid Vietnam. Don, Don, this is it we've got him. We got him. We couldn't get him with Muller. We couldn't get them with access Hollywood. We couldn't get them. What stormy but since it now, I'd like you to compare. These situations. All right. It was the fall of nineteen sixty eight. Donald J Trump received a timely diagnosis of bone Spurs in his heels that led to his medical exemption from the military during Vietnam this is according to the New York Times today today, okay? For fifty years. The details of how the exemption came about and who made the diagnosis diagnosis, excuse me have remained a mystery. Now, two women have come forward. Does that sound familiar? I'm sorry. It's so hard to keep a straight face because I do watch my share of news, and it's better than SNL the news. But so I want you to compare. The podiatrist died in two thousand seven. So we have two daughters of a dead podiatrist that have come forward and said, and I quote, according to the New York Times. My father would often tell me the story of coming to aid of a young Mr. Trump during the Vietnam war was a favor to his father. We need to get Dan rather on this. We really do. So. Elissa one of the daughters said the implication from her father was that Mr. Trump really didn't have a foot ailment. So I want you to compare this to women living today on record publicly and with law enforcement accused Bill Clinton of rape. They are not listened to or believed to women. Fifty years later say that they're dead dad treated Donald Trump's foot and implied that it may not have been a bone spur. I'll let you do the research on that. But I know Dan, rather is he's licking his chops over this because he's big on that draft-dodging thing if it's a Republican he is big on that what state of doing by the way, I mean, I know he's he's got a ton of money. But anyway, a foot doctors favor front page of the New York Times, ladies and gentlemen, two daughters of a dead. Dr hearsay makes the front page of the New York Times two women allegedly raped by Bill Clinton ignored well after they were persecuted and called horrible names like some of the women that he sexually harassed elsewhere. But enough about that eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty to the Rush Limbaugh show. Let's go. To Jerry in New York. Hi, jerry. You're on the Rush Limbaugh show. I'm glad you called. Yes. So much for taking my call. I wanna to say that I used to work for the VA from nineteen seventy nine hundred eighty four during the Carter and Reagan years, and we had government shutdowns back in those days as well. This is nothing new. We had a back in those days. Some quite frankly was difficult in the sense that I was living paycheck to paycheck and win the paychecks weren't coming in and it was difficult to wait for the paycheck to you come through. They would eventually make it up and money. Was there the substance paychecks? Be better would be fan would make up for. It was. Difficult when you're living paycheck to paycheck to do that. But this is nothing new number one. Number two. I had a much greater problem when I lost a check back before I have direct deposit checks into the four and a half months to replace that their paper check and believe me that was much worse than even waiting for a week or so with the common shut down four and a half months. Yeah. And I tell them right away that my wife had actually turned the paycheck out. It was unbelievable with a newspaper. She trodellos papers paycheck was there too. So what right away to them. They have all kinds of forms off with the paycheck was not. And of course, they had to go down to Austin, Texas, or whatever to from the national wherever they lead checks up, and it's a four and a half months. Paycheck afterwards. Waited all that issue in the future. But that was much more of a hassle. So what is Gerry what's your take? Now on this situation. I I don't know if you're a Trump supporter or not. But do you think this is going to resolve itself? And do you think this was a good move for? I mean, it was this a worthwhile issue for President Trump to dig in on with a shut down. We'll get expensive on your politics. My politics. I think it's a good thing. Because nobody's gonna remember this two years from now when the elections come by. In the meantime, he is going down to the mat with regards to his base and he's telling his face. Look, I'm fighting for this. And quite frankly, he is going eyeball to eyeball with the Democrats. And I think that's. He may get something out of this team the second temperament saw compromise. So he'll say look what I got some some deal. So I think that it's a winning move for him. So to this and the risks are small and the great. So it's, you know, Trump is again, we're not think he's gambling, right? He's speaking on a good gamble. Good. Good analysis. Jerry. Thank you so much for calling. The Rush Limbaugh show. Jerry brought up something that I think if you're not a follower of Trump. If you're just a hater a blind hater of Trump. It's hard to for example. Let's say you hate Trump. Really bad. Okay. You're not going to pick up a book and read about any deals. He's done. You're not gonna read about odds he has overcome. When people told him things would be totally impossible to do not just in New York. But around the world, this is a guy who knows how to measure risk, and he does it in a very unconventional way. But he does it in a way that I think the private sector understands. I don't think Washington understands this. And this is something that Jerry brought up about losing his check. And he said at the time years ago, it was on the the the kitchen table and his wife threw it away. Which is as you know, anybody who's been married any length of time. If you leave anything on the kitchen table, your wife's going to throw it away. It doesn't matter. Hey, where's my Rolex? I throw it away. I'm tired of you leaving it on the kitchen table. So that was some good advice from Jerry. But also if you're in the private sector, and you get laid off or you get fired or I get fired or laid off or lose a job or replaced there really isn't a mechanism that comes in like the constitution. Does for a lot of federal workers, for example? William hold land is the he he was a senior vice president at the bipartisan policy center and for fourteen years, he worked as the Senate budget committee staff director, and he said, and I quote, broadly speaking if you work for the federal government during a shutdown. You must be paid. Among the reasons unless specifically authorized by law. No one is allowed to volunteer for a federal agency. According to the office of personnel management. The only wrinkle is what Jerry just said and several others that have called the show today your paycheck for a time during the shutdown might be delayed until the shutdown ends in congress has appropriated the money to keep the government running. I think the genius of this particular shut it's it's calling attention to why. This is an shutdown at in other words, President Trump is not shutting it down because he wants to be paid more or he's not shutting it down over what bathroom for you to use. He's shutting it down. Because for the last fifteen years, we've been talking about border security and very few people on the left and the right of stepped up and taking care of it. If someone had mentioned earlier in an Email to me on Facebook at Ken Matthews, and they message me and said, well, this is really Trump's shut down. And it's or it's really the Republicans shut down because of this wall. They should have done something about it. And I agree. I agree with you. That for the first two years and Trump has been president now two years how much support has he gotten from his own party? Imagine if he could count on people like Paul Ryan, imagine if he only had to worry about Schumer and Pelosi, but understand there's so many people that have not only publicly, but privately vowed to get this guy out of office or shutdown his agenda. Oh, there's no argue get no argument for me that the Republicans could a lock this down over the last couple of years, but they were afraid to remember what happened with ObamaCare the repeal and replace when the late Senator John McCain left that he left that on the table. Remember that? So every single time President Trump has looked to swamp Republicans. They he doesn't know if they can be relied upon, but I think this is a good way to call attention to it because this is and there's other stuff in the Bill. I don't know why the Democrats don't use this as an opportunity to say see we do care about border security. But for some reason, they think that the majority of Americans see it as a Trump shutdown when yes, there are less what eight hundred thousand or six hundred thousand I've seen three different numbers. Four six and eight let's say there's eight so eight hundred thousand people are affected by the shutdown in a country of over three hundred twenty million. I think the Democrats are getting this imagery wrong. I think it's very clear that Trump wants border security and Schumer in Pelosi. I still don't know what they want. This is the Rush Limbaugh show. We go back to the phones next. My name's Ken Matthews and the number eight hundred two.
"bone spur" Discussed on Recode Decode
"In it together, and we're all responsible for each other until Israel a little bit. But that's a government. That's like well army could I just say Israel. There's a lot about Israel. I don't like in terms of the the way they treat some people who are. Rayleigh citizens, but and their neighbors, but there's a lot about Israel. That's good. And that's a good part of Israel. And by the way, I might point out. It's entrepreneurial country. Actually, it is it. What's interesting is? The commonality you're talking about a commonality of purpose that everyone was in the army or everybody was in something they share a common, right? And another thing that's gone on is shorting, which you know, about the big sort of rich people tend to live with rich people and the kids content to go to school with each other. And they've AK shin with each other. And there's not as much mingling of classes as there used to be. That's a problem that we might at least in a small may ameliorate. If we all do public service together, we might do it with people who aren't like us. Whether it's you know, americor, the peace corps, the army or other things we might come up with you know, God forbid someone gets out of the army for a bone spur, for example. Keep up every so, you know, the middle class. I have to say that I take some exception with the idea that the middle class is gone away the middle class hasn't gone away. It's just depends on how you wanna define us. It's less. Well, it's poor. You know, it's not even clear that that much poor. And this I sort of some conservative commentators have a point when I was growing up people didn't have marble countertops. They didn't everyone didn't have their own bathroom. They didn't all have air conditioning. Their cars didn't all have power windows.
"bone spur" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Com. It's thirty years old you've made all this money. I think he's been smart about investors money to some players aren't some players are. I think he's been smart. My concern is you're six foot three and he shared that. He is bone Spurs. Bone continues to grow. You can't control it. Yeah. And sometimes they break off a little spike on the end of the bone. It is. And then what happens is your muscles. Rub up against those wins. Very win. You move. They move up and down and up and down. So you talk about inflammation, inflammation is incredible for Kam chancellor for the rest of his life. And then so what do people do to deal with that they start taking opioids and then Rome. Surgery. Does it continue to grow back? Well, a lot of times they'll open you up and they'll take those bone Spurs out. But is they're taking the bone spur. And again, I'm not a doctor so just but I've had bone Spurs. Sometimes it can do more hurt than help. But if it breaks off they have to go in and pull those bone Spurs out some other bone Spurs in my feet and just of live with the L. I really I really feel for Cam Johnson. You're saying they can't chancellor has a workout class that he teaches unity people like to rally knows somebody from the two six said I've worked out with bam. Bam is legit such amazing crew of health instructors. They are so nice while they're yelling at you. He has a crew guys. And evidently, they go out, and I don't know if he's in one fixed place now because it used to be they travel from Jim Jim you'd pay some kind of Rohit roving fee would show up with his group coaches. I think you've paid like sixty bucks. And that's true. They would just yell at you blow whistles and people all loved it. They said it was real. Currently winning the go ahead and give Ron scooter, a nickname. Hardly. A Davidson.
"bone spur" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Good day. Oh, people are mad Todd's Ramsey. Todd. Some thoughts on this. On this controversy. Hey, todd. Oh, I think Nike could do something really patriotic by manufacturing shoe that protects people from bone Spurs that way, maybe you could get individuals to serve when they're grafted because they're bone Spurs won't bother them so much and they won't be critical of other people's patriotism, so a bone spur tennis shoe produced by Nike might have helped who knows might have helped people in the past serve when their at them. Very interesting. Well, played ties there's such a shoe. I love that's clever. Todd. We get you. We thank you Todd. We get you. It's you know, again, we shouldn't be to political with this. This is more of a marketing tactic. And and do you agree with that? I mean, obviously, but you can vote with your dollar share right for sure. And they are in fact, shares of the Beaverton Oregon based Nike Inc fell more than two percent. After Nick posted a black and white close up photo himself on Instagram, featuring the just do it logo along with the clo-, the quote believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything so we know that sales of Nike, or at least shares excuse me are down a little more than two percent. As of now, there is at least one person out there jewelry who agrees with you this person. In fact, even says, I agree with Jordana America has freedom of speech and beliefs good for Nike recognizing for his protest, even when their profits may drop. This is America. But Robin, Wisconsin says, hey, guys, I won't be buying any Nike products or any Dixie chicks albums anytime soon. Another person says one hundred million dollars of bad PR, how much will it cost to repair that? By the way. Pat, Tillman apparently has a bridge in Nevada named after. I did not a full that's beautiful American hero. So okay. Well, let's move on a little let me score do most people even understand the reason Colin Kaepernick started kneeling in the first place. So that's the controve that has gotten kind of lost in all of this. Right. And Collins says it's one thing, but people say it's another and people just want to believe what they wanna believe in. And they don't wanna hear what he thinks. It's four and so it's blown up into this lunacy. And here we are today. Well, we're not going to solve this today. Maybe tomorrow will solve this problem or we could just listen to a nice little song about Minnesota. A local guy wrote a song about Minnesota that is absolutely going. It's fryer. All hip hop artist. Alex free freqent is the genius behind the song. I'm from Minnesota will bump out with it. But will intersperse it throughout the show at your freak on? We'll be back to talk about. Ruby slippers in just a moment. How do you do you guys? Take like snowmobiles. Do you know pope? State that nobody noticed it's on there that nobody knows it is five. Minnesota as a joke recap. Thinking can happen to any one of us. But until recently most people just kept quiet about their experience..
"bone spur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Gliding over one another and so they sort of it's not like they totally dislocate that can happen if the ligaments totally torn and people would acl tares are very aware of that but the more common scenario is that there's this laxity in the ligament and so the bones don't move as smoothly over each other like they're supposed to and they show signs of that invitation the rotation might start with a little cartilage and then a little growth of a bone spur and then as it progresses the narrower the loss of the cartilage gets more prevalent the bone spurs grow further and the because you're losing that cartilage the bones are getting closer together and that's where you start to get from little bone spur causing a little loss of cartilage causing mild arthritis to the joint starting to narrow that's monitor rightous and when the joint arthritis when the north right is become severe that is where you may you may have heard of the term bone on bone and if anyone's had severe arthritis they may have heard that term it's a very daunting kind of term to here so that's more advanced arthritis where you've totally lost that joint space so it's a very frustrating condition and potentially a very debilitating condition but the good news is there are things that can help that one of the things that can be most beneficial is prolotherapy so we're gonna talk more about how prolotherapy can play a role in arthritis even though arthritis seems to be a bony condition well the reason the reason it's not just the bony condition is because it's not just the bones that are causing the pain it's the ligaments those lax ligaments that led to the arthritis in the first place that are part of the source of pain so again this is dr warren slayton i'm.
Ndamukong Suh reaches deal with Los Angeles Rams
"The giants and why rodale beckham junior and you figure this is going to be a subject not only now but for the entire summer we'll figure this there are the controversies and now here's the fact he wants to be paid with a mega contract and stories coming out of los angeles today indicating the rams have reached out to the giants about a possible deal giants owners steve tisch calls reports of a beckham holdout hypothetical in fact he said contract talks are underway although in the very early stages but there's also the rams factor today so why did it jeff pulled their offered a free agent defensive linemen and dumb agung to apparently did not visit as soon as the jets wanted him to so as a result no deal lovo small bone spur on the outside aspect of his right ankle could be out two months they're saying six to eight weeks the yankees and braves would a preseason.
"bone spur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Is you get irritation of the bones and maybe even a little bit of wearing away of the cartilage and when boehner zero tainted bone responds to stress and so bone feels that stress in the way that stress manifest itself is bought you grow bone spurs that's how bone spurs form and why is that ballknock not gliding the way it's supposed to be that so frustrating because the reason is because the ligaments aren't strong enough to hold the bones in place while they're gliding over one another and so they sort of it's not like they totally dislocate that can happen if the ligaments totally torn people with a c l tears are very aware of that but the more common scenario is that there's this laxity in the ligament and so the bones don't move as smoothly over each other like they're supposed to and they show signs of that a retations the irritation might start with a little loss of cartilage and then a little growth of a bone spur and then as it progresses the narra the loss of the cartilage gets more prevalent the bone spurs grow further and the because you're losing that cartilage the bones are getting closer together and that's where you start to get from little bone spur cause and a little less a cartilage causing mild arthritis to the joint starting to narrow that's monitor arthritis and when the joint arthritis when the earth raise become severe that is where you may have heard of the term boneonbone and uh anyone's had severe arthritis they may have heard that term it's a very daunting uh kind of term to here so that's more advanced arthritis we've totally lost that joint space so it's a very frustrating condition and potentially a very debilitating condition but the good news is there are things that can help batum what one of the things that can be most beneficial is prollo therapy so we're gonna talk more about how pro a therapy can play a role in arthritis even though arthritis seems to be aboni condition well the reason the reason it's not just the bony condition is because it's not just the bones that are causing the pain it's the ligaments those lacks ligaments that led to the arthritis in the first place that are part of the source of pain so again this is dr warned slayton i'm at the regenerate healing center right in the heart of ridgewood new jersey you can reach me at my office at to a one eight eight two 1500 to a one eight eight two 1500 or you can call uh uh after the show again to ah one eight.
"bone spur" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Trump was speaking with reporters and he was talking about those deputies that chose not to run into the school and take a listen to how the president said he would have handled it they weren't exactly ah medal of honor winners all right the way they performed was frankly disgusting and will listening to what was going on the wanted particular he was then he was early then you had three others that probably a similar deal little bit later but a similar kind of a thing you know i really believe you don't know until you tested but i think i i really believe i'd run into even if i didn't have a weapon and i think most of the people in this room would have done that too because i know most of you but the way they performed was was really a disgrace president says nigel he will ran in there without a weapon absari that's the dumbest thing i've ever heard i don't entirely energy and i'm not a trumper i'm not as outrageous of these people on twitter but look i can't help you when you say stupid stuff like that man i'm tired of kinda carry now water like well work you know he really meant here's what he's really thinking towards the policy i can't i can't continue to do that anymore because that's insulting you know especially the football coach gave his life protecting some of those kids inside that school with no weapon president who surrounded by one hundred thirty with all the time and didn't go to the war because of bone spur spurs now stating that he would have ran in there without a gun yeah okay why do you even have to say that that's such an unnecessary comment for somebody surrounded by secret service and i'm a trump guy i dig what the president is doing in the office but that such an boneheaded statement just stay away from it and focus on the real issue he was at hand just stop again you didn't go to the war because of bone spurs but yet you're going to walk into the school in a without a weapon and save the day okay that's fine are coming up next we have a quick sports update for you are curling's got curling fever baby usa is on the map we'll talk about it next.
"bone spur" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6
"Our agenda follow we appreciate it taking nothing away this offer perspective gas had been feasting on mostly bottom feeders the fourteen eleven pesos though 13 currently over 500 get the cavs we'll have pace since the start of that 13game win streak which cleveland looks to the extent to a franchise record fourteen tonight their opponents at one below thirty percent of their gains new off jerk rolls back got a bone spur been telling boyhood uh i was a strong processor all that also how close we return only one kg into all that but i'm here on bigger aggressive much team mates and everybody i was one of the reasons while chamber off the b group all caravan of owned combined target not about saved up in those noteman as not about there i want to leave a little low i don't think have joins us live from indianapolis shut out the faint elmo steakhouse day the cavs have been incredibly patient wit dared grows more patient that a lot of teams would have been for for what you gathered are they expecting to get anything at all from him deceased oh jemil certainly they are they are hopeful that he can get through this rehab process be back in the hands of the cavs excellent medical step and they work towards him getting healthier than once he's healthy they could work towards finding a role for him back in the light up obviously they haven't stopped without him they want 13 in a row and jose calderon has stepped up and when whenever there grows does come back you might have to contend with isaiah thomas in the lineup perhaps iman shumpert but they do believe that he could be a guy that can win them a quarter in a crucial game win them perhaps a half it a crucial playoff game and that's why they're welcome back with open arms they'll rose mention that bone spur in his left ankle as she rather day i wanna be clear here as spoke the multiple sources with knowledge of roses condition the bone spur existed before he got to the cat who just aggravated we end up with that leftankle injury now people round the team believe that this would be more of a pain tolerances.
"bone spur" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Dream yet but he can't serve because of it nonoil yellow bone issue but but you know still could play sports button it sure different in different than you know having this it may be in a office and just you know send papers like there's a lot of things you can do during war sure um but yeah yeah bone spur right okay okay after best getting just department a suit against the trumps for violating the fair housing act of 1968 uh was filed so is this from the couple previously it it's it's kind of all of it okay the justice department said the trumps violated the law quote by refusing to rent and the go sheet rentals with blacks requiring different rental terms and conditions because of race and misrepresenting that apartments were not available donald was quoted for the very first time ever in the new york times about the charges socaille quote now than they are absolutely ridiculous k now we gal sell soundbites it's different different uh he sounds different yeah no it sounds like the man's come a long way that doesn't sound like a tweet fred it become chairman of the board i mean he is the only guy who was speaking at one hundred forty characters before twitter look at my limit jumping to become chairman of the board uh fred seif fred to become chairman of the board of the company 1971 and then donald was promoted to president of the company fred his father was wow okay so he's gem number now for it is now president k and then uh fred renamed it i mean sorry donna renamed at the trump organization okay go as president donald meant uh defense attorney roy cohn who had worked as a top aide to senate joseph mccarthy while he tried to find communists cruel but i think people donors then how good joseph mccarthy was an iso guy and he was looking out for he was on packers van huge pack them pack attack a k.
"bone spur" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Uh the way he gone and covered might be no i mean uh with with the president trump uh but look at the end of the day for john mccain a gap ought to be the be deciding vote had not repeal and replace obamacare uh tragedy in a certain really i pick it hurt his reputation and and the legacy that he has i mean look i appreciate that some of it being better round home in washington yup but that doesn't mean that you could give up on your principle and when you run uh her seven or eight year to repeal and replace obamacare and then you you pass the fighting vote uh you know you've lost your way from our your wash away at we just did a whole segment right before you came on on what i think is the personal beef i think there's a lot more to that i know john mccain was on the view yesterday did the sixty minutes interview wedding was maybe four or five weeks ago reset absolutely this is not personal how can you look at the healthcare vote possibly if he tries to derail this tax plan that's a bone spur medical a different mix comments that was a veiled shots at the president to how could you look at this and not think that this is a guy it was so upset about what the president with it the a wouldbe president said about him on a debates stage that he would derail anything he could how could you not look at this and see it as personal i i don't be cute i don't be who can separate to i mean look john mccain in america euro be sure on that event several years in hanoi hilton as a prisoner of war and we need respect that and you know president trump on unfortunately a candidate trump probably fed and things that he hit a beret quitting ratified of uh cut remember what got the american people back they don't wreck what we brought about their expectation american people isn't it didn't soaring hyatt not unreasonable expectations for voters to say hey bright you read on eight years of repealing replacing obamacare now go it you're you wear on on tax reform now do it and hurt me we don't want her personality getting in the way of what i believe could be.
"bone spur" Discussed on WGTK
"Breaking news this hour from town hall darpa kabul i've had the boss republican senator john mccain continued this assault on president trump monday discussing medical deferments the kept metric trump from serving in the vietnam war i don't consider him so much a draft dodger is as i feel that this system was so wrong that certain americans crude evade their responsibilities to serve the country mccain spoke with abc bar well production of lowest income americans went and fought and were drafted in those who are wealthy enough to have a doctor is say hey we've got a bone spur are you got migraines or whatever it is then they were excused bouquets openly criticized the president's policy stances the house is expected to take up the senate passed budget bill later this week in a move that could speed the porsche for tax reform house republican leaders are now expected to push for approval of the senate budget plan later this week that would eliminate the need for a conference committee to work out differences with its owned budget the hill is reporting the house will take up the senate budget on thursday capitol hill correspondent wally hindes some on capitol hill are asking why is the us in niger correspondent rita foley reports south carolina senator and military veteran lindsey graham who's on the armed services committee says he found out along with many of the race asked on us that the us has troops in nizhny air when four americans were killed there we semite i didn't know there was a thousand troops and niger john mccain is right to tell the military because this is an endless war without bandra boundaries no limitation on time and geography you gotta tell us more lawmakers are demanding answers about what happened unique jerry what the us is doing there the top us general says the us special forces unit ambush by islamic militants in niger didn't.
"bone spur" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A wam breaking news this hour from town hall darpa cobb i'm patrick clause republican senator john mccain continued this assault on president trump monday discussing medical deferments they kept metric trump from serving in the vietnam war i don't consider them so much a draft dodger is as i feel that this system was so wrong certain americans could evade their responsibilities to serve the country mccain spoke with abc bar well production lowest income americans went and fought and were drafted in those who are wealthy enough to have a doctor is say hey you got a bone spur are you've that migraines or whatever it is than they were excused mccain's openly criticized the president's policy stances the house is expected to take up the senate passed budget bill later this week in a move that could speed the porsche for tax reform house republican leaders are now expected to push for approval of the senate budget plan later this week that would eliminate the need for a conference committee to work out differences with its own budget the hill is reporting the house will take up the senate budget on thursday capitol hill correspondent wally hindes some on capitol hill are asking why is the us in niger correspondent rita foley reports south carolina senator and military veteran lindsey graham who's on the armed services can he says he found out along with many of the rest of us that the us has troops in nizhny air when four americans were killed dairy semite i didn't know there was a thousand troops in niger john mccain is right to tell the military because this is an endless war without bandra boundaries no limitation on damage geography you gotta tell us more lawmakers are demanding answers about what happened in asia and what the us is doing there the top us general says the us special forces unit ambush by islamic militants in niger didn't call for help until an hour into their first contact with the enemy this is town all dot com are.
"bone spur" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Jake tumultuous time and most of it was bred by the conflict in one aspect of the conflict by the way that i will never ever count is that we drafted the lowest income level of america and the highest income level found a doctor that would say that they had a bone spur fact is wrong that is wrong if we're gonna ask every american to serve every american should serve all shots fired and not so friendly fire the person who claimed a bone spurs and was very rich at the time in his daddy got him out of the war donald trump uh living you some of the background on that later became try to walk back a little bit like why didn't say they'll have no you didn't bone spurs bone spurs so here's is true trump on this issue when trump was in college as salon explains from ninety sixty four tonight he c he received four draft deferments for education but in ninety six e during the height of the vietnam war trump received the one why medical deferment for bone spurs on the heels of his fee so the reference the bone spurs could good me any clear there's no other person known to have bone spurs and gotten out of the war because of that uh the rush limbaugh got out of a war he said he had a tale i'm not kidding some sort of discharge built up near his anus and that's why he couldn't go to vietnam not kidding look it up all the right almost all the right wing are filled with cowards who loves to push your kids in the war but didn't go themselves ted nugent literally kraft himself to get out of the war look that up it's amazing uh trent lott sorry thom to lay back in the day hot tom delay said that uh minorities took his spots otherwise he would have gone.
"bone spur" Discussed on KOMO
"Komonewscomfire so glad you could join us herb weisbaum has the day off i'm charlie harder senator john mccain takes a shot at wealthy american sms who avoided the draft during the vietnam war eighty senior white house correspondent cecilia vega with a story john mccain never mentioned president trump's name but it seemed like a shot fired directly at him president trump received a deferment for serving in vietnam for a bone spurs diagnosis and one aspect of the conflict by the way that i will never ever count is that we drafted the lowest income level of america and the highest income level on the doctor that would say that they had a bone spur is wrong that is wrong if we're going to ask every american to serve every american should serve this weekend the arizona senator and war hero went public with his criticism this as one of the four american special opt soldiers killed in that deadly ambush in nizhny are was laid to rest sergeant david johnson at the center of the public battle over president trump's condolence call to johnson's pregnant widow that president has yet to comment on the specifics of the ambush instead continuing to feud with the democratic florida woman who was in the car with johnson's widow and her the president say johnson quote knew what he signed up for that when it it happens it hurts any way my you should johnson is the widow of sergeant david johnson speaking exclusively to abc news today she says she had asked her the call to be put on speakerphone so everyone inside the car could here removed we will soon fall was not coal four was a home as abc's cecilia vega with that report police in tampa are searching for a.
"bone spur" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight twenty seven it has mostly been reserved for law enforcement and first responders but since a las vegas shooting massacre many citizens are taking active shooter training classes fifty eight people were killed on october first as gunshots rained down from the thirty second floor of the mandalay bay many people were not sure if those we're gunshots were fireworks noone knew where they were coming from where to go or what to do that rolls right into being situationally wearing cameron will security concepts now some who survived the shooting like shelley horton was taking the training hopefully not only save lives would help remove forward i don't wanna live in fear the program uses the algorithm pace prepare action care and evacuate but scenario it would have been better to run towards the training also involves basic first aid such as the proper way to use turn it gets i'm jim roope frequent target of president trump senator john mccain offers some thoughts on the vietnam war and the draft in an interview about the vietnam war on cspan former longtime vietnam pow senator john mccain seemed to have president trump in mind when he discussed those who served in war and those who did not drafted the law income level of america in the highest income level found the doctor that would say that they had a bone spur that is wrong that is wrong we're going to ask every merck conserve every american should serve during the presidential campaign mr trump this smears john mccain's captivity tom foty cbs news washington hey molly you don't want a good places the buy office furniture definitely call ethos sources ally i also need someone to deliver and install it ethos source does that to what about simanta design layout either source lara in while i need someone to move out my old furniture as well and someone who could provide project management give you one gas see those source yet what does indeed those.
"bone spur" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Had a bone spur that is wrong that is wrong if we're gonna ask every american to serve every american should serve remember back during the campaign mr crump dismissed mccain's heroism is a tortured prisoners of war users as a pathway to tax cuts the republican controlled senate has passed a budget one that would add to the federal deficit cbs news chief washington correspondent face the nation host john dickerson notes so might the tax cuts which are a priority number one for republicans in general and the president in particular rational budget office and economists don't believe that you can have sustained growth of the size that the administration is talking about to solve two problems one the new hole created by the tax cuts themselves and then needs this thing hall of the debt and deficits regardless mr trump used a sunday conference call to urge the house republicans to move to pass mad budget this is cbs news kyw news time is one of three good morning i'm he interatoll he turned traffic update pull that start out in bucks county in bristol on new port vila road we are shut down between ford road and crossing dry this is all due to an earlier accident police are asking you to avoid the area once again in bristol newport hill road is totally shut down between ford road in crossing dr all due to an earlier accident we'll keep you posted but do avoid that area in center city no delays on the vice you'd expressway no overnight construction by the way on six 76 running a could speeds on the schuylkill expressway and the blue route four seventy six where we do have some overnight construction is on route one the boulevard southbound between whilst road and combine avenue it's taking out the outer drive up until father clock this morning if we head into new jersey will see no delays on the 42 freeway running a good speeds on route fifty five seventy seventy three and interstate 295 our area bridges are in good shape and mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center turn to trumark financial for all your banking needs i'm pete and arado.