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Bone Spurs in Shoulder Mar 25, 2016

Bone spurs in shoulder is common and usually occurs due to osteoarthritis. Know more about what causes bone spur, its symptoms and various treatments here! View Full Article...

Soreness After Working Out Mar 22, 2016

It's quite natural to experience soreness after working out, but you can take some steps such as ice and cold application, massage, etc. to reduce soreness and relieve pain. View Full Article...

Pain in Right Side of Neck: Causes and Treatments Mar 22, 2016

Pain in right side of neck may be due to simple causes such as muscle strain or osteoarthritis, but more serious causes may include whiplash injury or meningitis. View Full Article...

What Causes Shin Splints? Mar 16, 2016

What causes shin splints? Excessive pressure, insufficient flexibility and muscle weakness are all possible. Rest, ice and medication can help, but it's best to see a doctor. View Full Article...

Anterior Tibiofibular Ligament Injury and Treatment Mar 15, 2016

An anterior tibiofibular ligament injury involves damage to supportive ligaments above the ankle and treatment can include anything from self-help to surgery in order to correct. View Full Article...

Bone Marrow Transplant Survival Rate Mar 15, 2016

What is the bone marrow transplant survival rate? Find the needed answer and know over 6 measures to extend life span after bone marrow transplant here. View Full Article...

Knee Replacement Alternatives Mar 15, 2016

Knee replacement is the last choice because you can have so much knee replacement alternatives such as knee fusion, stem cell therapy or medical ozone treatments. View Full Article...

Latissimus Dorsi Stretch Mar 14, 2016

Here're 10 Latissimus Dorsi stretches to improve your flexibility and performance. You can stretch your Latissimus while standing or sitting, with or without equipment. View Full Article...

Does Cracking Your Knuckles Cause Arthritis? Mar 07, 2016

Does cracking your knuckles cause arthritis? No but that doesn't mean you should keep doing so as it may cause reduced grip strength. Instead, try exercises to protect joints. View Full Article...

Trigger Finger Causes Mar 04, 2016

Narrowing of the flexor sheath is the most common trigger finger causes, other causes may be diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and so on. Have a rest or wear a splint will ease it. View Full Article...

 
 
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