What is Meralgia Paresthetica? Meralgia paresthetica is a condition that causes numbness, pain, or a burning feeling in your outer thigh. You might also hear it called Bernhardt-Roth syndrome. It happens when there’s too much pressure on or damage to one of the nerves in your leg, specifically the lateral …Read More »
Brachial plexus injury – Causes, Complication and Treatment
Definition of brachial plexus injury Brachial plexus injury is caused by excessive stretching, tearing, or other trauma to a network of nerves from the spine to the shoulder, arm, and hand. The brachial plexus is a network of nerves that conducts signals from the spine to the shoulder, arm, and …Read More »
Phantom Limb Pain – Complications, Treatment and Diagnosis.
Phantom limb pain – Definition Phantom limb pain (PLP) refers to ongoing painful sensations that seem to be coming from the part of the limb that is no longer there. The limb is gone, but the pain is real. The onset of this pain most often occurs soon after surgery. …Read More »
Vestibular Migraine – Description, Triggers, and Outlook.
What is a vestibular migraine? Vestibular migraine (also referred to as migrainous vertigo, migraine-related dizziness, vestibular migraine, or migraine with prominent vertigo) is a type of migraine where people experience a combination of vertigo, dizziness, or balance problems with other migraine symptoms. Migraine is usually associated with a range of …Read More »