Whether its drinks after work with coworkers or a friend's wedding, social situations can be stressful and awkward. Some people are naturally better at these types of events than others.
Different leg lengths are a source of distress, disability, and poor confidence for many people of all ages. If your legs are uneven in length, then you might not realize there is treatment available that can reduce the pain, discomfort, and mobility challenges you may experience. Dr. Shahab Mahboubian, D.O., MPH offers height enhancement and leg length discrepancy treatment.
Anisomelia in the arms is when one limb is longer than the other. Though it is not often talked about, the condition is common and noticeable in children and adults. Risk factors for unsymmetrical arm length include genetic abnormalities, physical development issues, and traumatic injuries.
Living with anisomelia in the arms is not easy. Performing tasks with uneven arms is a major source of stress and frustration for many. It is not uncommon for people with uneven limbs to develop body dysphoria. Dr. Shahab Mahboubian, D.O., MPH wants to boost awareness about the benefits of arm lengthening surgery to help patients overcome the shame and limitations they may experience.
Leg length discrepancy can be one of two types. One type is structural, where there is an actual, physical difference between the same bones in each limb. For example, a femur or other specific bone may actually be shorter in one leg than in the other. The other kind of leg length discrepancy is called a functional discrepancy. In a functional discrepancy, bones in the leg are of equal length, but some other factor creates a discrepancy. This is often related to muscle tightness which creates a problem in symmetry.
For Chandler Crews, 13 may be the luckiest number of all. That’s because Chandler was able to add 13 inches to her height through limb lengthening surgery, giving her improved functionality, mobility, and independence. Now, she’s dedicated her life to helping people like her.
Leg length discrepancy is a condition in which a person has one leg that’s shorter than the other. In some people, this difference can be very mild, while in others it can be up to several inches. Limb discrepancy can cause side effects that may affect the quality of life, so many people affected by this condition seek out treatment for it.
Back pain is incredibly common—and incredibly diverse. There are many different kinds of back pain with many different causes. In order to properly treat back pain, it’s important to pinpoint what’s causing it.
Some important facts about back pain:
Back pain affects people of all ages.
80% of people will likely experience back pain in their lifetime.
Back pain is a leading cause of disability worldwide.
Half of all Americans in the workforce describe having back pain each year and it’s one of the most common reasons people miss work.
If you're unhappy with your height, you know how challenging normal daily life can be. Along with being self-conscious about your short stature, wishing you were taller can lead to embarrassment, anxiety, and low self-esteem while performing everyday tasks, such as going to work, and especially during important events, such as going on a date for the first time.
Fortunately, you don't have to suffer from the pain and embarrassment that comes with being shorter than you'd like forever. Through cosmetic height lengthening, Dr. Shahab Mahboubian, D.O., MPH and his experienced team can help you grow taller and more confident. Here's what you need to know about how cosmetic height lengthening surgery can benefit you before scheduling your consultation with Dr. Mahboubian.
Height is often one's most noticeable characteristic. Society prefers men who are at least 6' or taller. Any man who falls below that standard knows how easy it is to be overlooked. Many have even been made fun of for not reaching the desired standard. The result is that men walk around being insecure and uncomfortable with their height. Maybe you are one of those men and would do anything to add some inches to their height. The good news is, you can correct your height thanks to modern scientific developments.
If being one of the shortest people you know is affecting your self-esteem or causing other problems for you, adding 3-6 inches to your height is more possible than you might think. While there's nothing wrong with being short, increasing your height can increase your confidence, happiness, and ability to be employed in certain areas. However, it is important to understand that this procedure is quite costly and unlikely to be fully covered by your health insurance policy.