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Eversion Ankle Sprain Mar 04, 2016

An eversion ankle sprain occurs when you twist your foot inward. Besides following the PRICE protocol, learn what else you can do to deal with the sprain. View Full Article...

Spinal Stenosis Exercises Mar 04, 2016

Spinal stenosis exercises such as pelvic tilt and back flexion can help reduce pain and improve posture. Learn different kinds of exercise you can perform. View Full Article...

Spinal Stenosis Surgery Mar 04, 2016

Spinal stenosis surgery is a procedure to make space for the spinal cord and nerve roots. Learn different choices available and what factors to consider. View Full Article...

Right Iliac Fossa Pain Mar 04, 2016

Right iliac fossa pain is a common sign of appendicitis and many other medical conditions, ranging from acute to chronic. Learn the details and relief. View Full Article...

Medial Collateral Ligament Injury Mar 04, 2016

Medial collateral ligament injury is common during sports involving a lot of change-position movements. Learn how different grades of injuries are treated. View Full Article...

Brachial Plexus Injury Mar 04, 2016

Brachial plexus injury happens when nerves are stretched or ripped apart from the spine, causing loss of sensation in the arm. Learn treatment options. View Full Article...

High Hamstring Tendinopathy Mar 03, 2016

High hamstring tendinopathy is a painful condition mainly affects runners and athletes, which can be treated with both non-surgical and surgical procedures. View Full Article...

Lateral Meniscus Tear Mar 03, 2016

A lateral meniscus tear is a painful injury to the knee joint and often restricts mobility. However, there are several treatment options available to help. View Full Article...

Rotator Cuff Surgery Recovery Mar 03, 2016

There're 4 stages of rotator cuff surgery recovery, and it is likely to regain full recovery within about 6 months. Use exercises to accelerate the healing process. View Full Article...

Internal Derangement of Knee: Causes and Treatments Mar 03, 2016

Internal derangement of knee encompasses joint disorders, loose bodies in the knee joint, damaged ligaments and a torn meniscus. Read for its causes, diagnosis and treatments. View Full Article...

 
 
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