Category: Joint Pain

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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Cervical Osteoarthritis: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

  Cervical Osteoarthritis is a term referring to the degeneration of bones, joints, and discs of the neck over time. Aging is one major cause of osteoarthritis as the bones slowly break down and become stiff due to the degeneration process. Pain in the neck area is a very common symptom of this condition and

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All You Need to Know About Sacroiliitis

  Sacroiliitis is a condition affecting the Sacroiliitis joints, in which either one or both of the joints become inflamed causing pain. The Sacroiliitis joints are located on the lower part of the spine, where it connects to the pelvis. The pain is usually experienced in the lower back but can radiate to the buttocks,

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Coccydynia (Tailbone Pain): Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

  The coccyx or the tailbone is a small bone situated at the bottom of the spinal column and is made up of 3 to 5 fused coccygeal vertebrae. The coccyx is connected to multiple tendons, muscles, and ligaments and helps in bearing the weight of the body while sitting.  Coccydynia is a painful condition

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Supraspinatus Tendinopathy: Its Symptoms and Treatment

  One of the leading causes of shoulder pain in middle and old age is Supraspinatus tendinopathy. The pain in the shoulder area is usually caused due to repetitive activities leading to a degeneration of the Supraspinatus tendon, which is a part of the rotator cuff. The subacromial bursa is responsible for reducing friction between

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All About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The movement of your thumb and fingers, except the little finger, is controlled by the median nerve. When the median nerve gets compressed it causes carpal tunnel syndrome or median nerve compression. The median nerve runs down the wrist to your hand through a pretty narrow passage known as the carpal tunnel. If the nerve

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Osteoporosis, Its Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention

Osteoporosis is a condition of the bones in which the bones become so weak and fragile that fractures can happen even while performing daily tasks. The hip, spine, and forearm bones are the most vulnerable to fractures. This condition is usually seen in old people and mostly in postmenopausal women as after menopause there is

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New Non-Surgical Treatments For Knee Osteoarthritis

    Knee Osteoarthritis is a process of ‘wear and tear’ of the joint. The cartilage covering the articulating surfaces acts as a shock absorber of the joint. Over time this cartilage undergoes a wear and tear process which causes destruction of cartilage. . The pain is a result of the inflammation of the cartilage

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Risks of Prolonged Sitting

    Sitting is a position that barely uses energy when contrasted with standing and running, and has been linked to a number of health concerns. A number of health abnormalities caused by sitting for prolonged periods of time are obesity, cardiovascular diseases, cholesterol, high blood pressure, cancer, and even anxiety and depression. Our jobs

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5 Tips to Avoid Back and Joint Pain while You Work from Home

Introduction Work from home is the one option that we used to take up as our last measure. But nowadays, with the worsening pandemic situation, everyone must look for their safety first. As a result, work from home has now become the preferred option for individuals and in fact, has become an essential part of

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