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Ano yung tinatawag nilang "LAMIG" ?

  • may trigger at tender points po na tinatawag para sa mps at fibromyalgia. Yung iba pwedeng acupuncture ang treatment dito, gaya nung nasa hospital pa ako. may doctor dun na gumagawa ng acupuncture. Usual treatment ay mps release, pero may mga modalities na tinatawag before ka mag apply ng stretching gaya ng pag apply ng hot packs, biofreeze, at pain medications. Guyz mas maigi kung relaxation talaga. Isang cause nito ay Stress..pwede din yung sa hot spring, babad ka lang sa mainit para yung circulation sa katawan ay dumaloy.
  • @citrus

    hahaha.. feeling ko mga meron din ako nito sa upper back ko. awts.

    @chameleon99

    oh.. so bentusa pala tawag dun sa method na yun.
  • lymph nodes nga yan mga bugok
  • naalala ko nung bata ako..

    parang nangangawit yung likod ko.. tapos pinahilot ako.. aba ang sabi kinukulam daw ako!!

    haha! yun pala eh stressed lang yung katawan ko kakalaro
  • from medical disability adivisor; AMA Guides (gamit namin for Work Comp doctors request for approval or disapproval of treatment)
    Definition
    Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is a controversial diagnosis. According to the Fifth Edition of the American Medical Association (AMA) Guides, the medical community has not yet achieved consensus on how to interpret this syndrome (Cocchiarella 569). MPS is a term commonly used by some members of the health care community, while others use terms such as "myalgia" (muscle pain), or "regional pain syndrome."

    MPS has different meanings to different health care providers. Proponents of the disorder believe it is a recognizable, painful pathology of skeletal muscle and/or connective tissue (Simons). Skeptics believe individuals may experience localized pain where muscles exist, but there is not necessarily a proven underlying disorder of the skeletal muscle or connective tissue (Bohr). This controversy among medical providers makes evaluating medical records from different providers complicated.

    Proponents define the term MPS as any regional pain disorder that seems to emanate from the soft tissues (muscle, tendon, ligament, or connective tissue). The specific meaning they assign to MPS is that of a condition characterized by a particular referred pain pattern arising from a specific skeletal muscle(s). The diagnosis of MPS requires physical examination and palpation to identify discrete muscular "knots," also known as trigger points (TrPs), which are found within taut bands of skeletal muscle tissue.

    A myofascial TrP is a hyperirritable, hypersensitive, palpable nodule that is painful upon compression and that gives rise to a characteristic pattern of referred pain. Deep palpation directly over a TrP usually reproduces the pain pattern described by the individual.

    Theoretically, an individual with a palpable myofascial TrP in a specific muscle experiences vague pain at rest near the TrP, but experiences both localized pain at the point of palpation and referred pain when the TrP is palpated; the consistent location of referred pain permits recognition of the dysfunctional muscle. Proponents believe that MPS trigger points are most frequently found in axial postural muscles, but may be found in more than one location. Proponents also believe in "latent" TrPs: A latent TrP occurs in a place where the individual normally feels no pain, yet upon palpation the individual then experiences both the local and referred pain patterns.

    Proponents divide MPS into two types: Primary MPS, in which the chief complaint is specific, muscular TrP pain in the absence of other musculoskeletal pathology; and secondary MPS, which is more common, and is characterized by muscular pain and TrPs associated with another primary musculoskeletal condition, such as degenerative or rheumatoid arthritis, spinal stenosis, intervertebral disc lesions, spondylolisthesis, subluxations/dislocations, and fracture.

    Regardless of interpretation, MPS TrPs are different from the tender points associated with fibromyalgia syndrome, in which the individual experiences only local pain without referred pain, and the physician feels no abnormality upon palpation.

    MPS is often a diagnosis of exclusion, which means that the diagnosis is confirmed when other diseases are ruled out.

    Risk: There are no specific risk factors associated with MPS. Any individual with soft tissue pain may be diagnosed with MPS if seen by a physician who is a proponent of this diagnosis. MPS may occur at any age, but is diagnosed more frequently in middle age; men and women are equally affected (Finley). Individuals with postural aberrations (i.e., rounded and sloping shoulders or forward head carriage) may be at a higher risk for developing discomfort of the axial postural muscles.
  • Hmmm.. Nodules po yata ay different from MPS and Lymphnodes.. Naging norm na lng po yung term na "lamig" since yun ang nakasanayan na itawag ng mga nakatatanda at usually sa di balanseng pag adopt ng internal temperature ng body natin sa temperature ng surroundings natin pagkakaroon nito..

    -- edited by sprig9an on Mar 29 2010, 03:40 PM
  • AFAIK, yung "lamig" na tinatawag ng mga hilot or mga massage therapists are "air bubbles" sa muscles.. This is what they "knead" and work out of your skin.. There is little to no scientific basis at all about this.. I talked to a spa owner about this and he verified na sa Pilipinas lang merong concept ng "lamig"..


    eto nga yung tinutukoy ko na "panuhot" sa bisaya.. sa medical field parang di pa ata ito tanggap, sa mga manghihilot lang.. kapag nagpapahilot ka eto yung hinihilot sa katawan mo.. according naman sa mga manghihilot meron daw sila nafe-feel na parang bukol nga sa katawan mo..
  • dito ko na lng po lagay yung sagot ko para di sayang space..
    ano ba mararamdaman mo kapag may lamig ka? dati kasi kapag nagpapamasahe ako laging sinasabi ng therapist na madami akong lamig sa likod pero wala naman akong maramdamang sakit.

    ang mga "lamig" o Nodules are normally benign and often painless..

    -- edited by sprig9an on Mar 29 2010, 07:50 PM
  • ano ba mararamdaman mo kapag may lamig ka? dati kasi kapag nagpapamasahe ako laging sinasabi ng therapist na madami akong lamig sa likod pero wala naman akong maramdamang sakit.
  • rayuma yun. ibig sabihin e matanda ka na. hehehe
  • madami kang dapat iutot kung may lamig ka.
  • AFAIK, yung "lamig" na tinatawag ng mga hilot or mga massage therapists are "air bubbles" sa muscles.. This is what they "knead" and work out of your skin.. There is little to no scientific basis at all about this.. I talked to a spa owner about this and he verified na sa Pilipinas lang merong concept ng "lamig"..

    AFAIK eto yung "pinapaputok" ng manghihilot. lactic acid daw, which is a by-product of anaerobic exercise. which explains why nagkakaroon lang pag pagod ang body.
  • nung hinahataw ako dati ng tatay ko ng tako ng bilyar, nagkaroon ako ng maraming lamig sa katawan.
  • ano magandang gamot dito? mejo namamaga kasi bandang paanan ko dahil sa lamig.
  • supsop lang katapat nan.

    eto kilalang tumatangal ng lamig:

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    init lang nya katapat nan.

    lamig... isang supsop ka lang
  • ^ pwede
    hehehe
  • Iyung concept ng lamig at hangin ay galing sa ancient indian medicine. Lahat daw ng sakit ay galing sa lamig o hangin. Sa ibang parts ng India at SEA ganito pa rin ang paniniwala at meron din mga traditional na gamutan.
  • subcutaneous nodules, aka 'lamig' ..usually sa likod or sa mejo baba ng batok sa trapezius muscles, dyan madami lamig...kelangan durugin sa pamamagitan ng massage...hehe
  • yan din sabi sa akin nung nag masahe sa akin, dami ko daw lamig. di ko naman masyado nararamdaman until sobrang sumasakit na likod ko
  • up lang mga pare... mukang me lamig ata ako sa batok. saket ng left side ng neck ko yung kadalasan nasakit sa mga computer users..

    any ideas..
  • Sa tingin ko, yung lamig at MPS (myofascial pain syndrome) ay iisa. Meron kasi ako nito. Nung hinihilot ng lola ko ito dati, ang sabi niya "lamig" daw ito. Pero nung pinatingin ko sa doctor at physical therapist, pareho ang sinabi nila: MPS daw ito. Nasubukan ko na ang iba't-ibang treatments, pero acupuncture ang pinakamabisa para sa akin.
  • Ano yung tinatawag nilang "LAMIG" ?


    muscle pain tissue yan ..ang muscles kasi natin nai-stress din yan kaya wag ugaliin ang uminom ng mga pain reliever ...dahil normal lang sa katawan ng tao ang muscle pain ..ang mga gamot kasi nakakasira ang atay at bato ...tulad ng Alaxan ...dyan namatay ang kasamahan ko sa trabaho...mabigat ang trabaho nya at pag sumasakit ang likod at braso laging umiinom ng Alaxan hanggang nasira ang bato nya ...yun din ang sabi ng doktor sa kanya..

    kaya minsan ang mga patalastas sa TV may nakakabuti at mag nakakasama ...may mga inumin na napapanood natin sa TV pero may epekto sa bato at atay natin ...pero long term effect kaya wag rin masyado mag iinom ng may mga kulay na softdrings ...

    -- edited by chinatown on Apr 12 2013, 10:36 AM
  • muscle pain due stresses. matigas talaga ang ganyang muscle,

    pahilot mo lang yan.

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