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Spinal Injections

  One of the most commonly used treatments for chronic pain in the neck and back is spinal injections. Injections have proven to be very effective in treating pain when other non-surgical treatments are not giving the desired result.  How Injections Relieve Pain Injections function in a very head-on manner and directly supply the medicine

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Take care of your Back While You Drive Car

  Travelling has become the lifeline of this era and the roads are flooded with cars, trucks, buses, motorbikes, and whatnot. People don’t just travel for work but do it for fun as well and a vast majority of the population is currently owning some sort of a vehicle. This amounts to a huge number

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Fibromyalgia : Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

  Fibromyalgia is a condition that impacts the pain receptors of the brain and spinal cord and causes widespread musculoskeletal pain. The pain is accompanied by tiredness, joint pain, fatigue, drowsiness, and mood swings. Females are at a higher risk of developing this condition and it is usually triggered by some traumatic event such as

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Whiplash : Common Neck Injury

  Whiplash is an injury to the soft tissues of the neck when the neck jolts backward and forward suddenly.  Most cases of whiplash are caused by car collisions. Some other causes include high-impact activities like bungee jumping, football, rollercoaster, falls while skiing where extreme acceleration-deceleration forces might be applied to the cervical spine.  The

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How to Take Care of Sprained Ankle

  A sprained ankle is a very painful condition affecting the ligaments of the ankle joint, resulting in inflammation and pain. An injury to the ankle can inflict a tear in the ligaments that hold the ankle bone in the foot. The function of the ligaments is to prevent unrestricted movement of the ankle. When

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Most Common Shoulder Injuries

  The shoulders form a very intricate unification of three bones, the humerus, scapula, and clavicle.  Shoulder pain can be a result of overuse or injury or it can happen due to an underlying condition affecting the joints such as arthritis. Muscle fatigue in the shoulder area can also trigger pain or the pain can

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Weight Matters When it Comes to Knee Pain

  Obesity has been linked to so many health conditions and knee pain is one of them. The knees bear the entire weight of the body and enable movement. When the bodyweight becomes too much for the knees to handle it is natural for them to undergo damage. The knees are one of the strongest

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Costochondritis: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

  Costochondritis is an inflammatory condition affecting the cartilage tissue connecting the ribs to the sternum. Since it affects the sternum, it is also known as costosternal syndrome or costosternal chondrodynia. It causes pain in the chest area and ranges from mild to severe. The pain is similar to that of a heart attack and

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Viral Arthritis: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

  Arthritis can be caused by multiple reasons and the symptoms and persistence of the disease vary accordingly. Sometimes a viral infection can be the cause of arthritis and unlike other chronic arthritis conditions such as osteoarthritis, this is not very long-lasting. When the infection goes away, arthritis also tends to go. Symptoms The symptoms

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How to Heal from a Broken Bone?

  Healing from a broken bone requires patience as well as an active lifestyle that a doctor would recommend after analyzing your situation. Staying active doesn’t mean overusing the fractured bone as that can aggravate your condition further. This prevents the bones from getting weaker and also helps in restoring strength and mobility. Also, read

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