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Managing Joint Stiffness and Pain During Winter

Winter is a welcome change after the sweltering summer heat. However, It also brings with it a lot of discomfort for those suffering from joint pain and stiffness. During winters, the symptoms worsen, especially for arthritis patients. The joint pain and stiffness of the patients...

Thigh Bone Fractures and Treatment

Even the femur, the strongest bone in the body is susceptible to fractures. High impact collisions often result in femur fractures. Ageing and medical conditions are also responsible as they tend to weaken the bones making them vulnerable to fractures. In such cases, even a...

Sacroiliac Joint Pain

The backbone and the pelvic bone join to form the sacroiliac joint. The backbone has a triangular section where it ends called the sacrum. Sacrum merges with the uppermost part of the pelvis called the ilium. The joints absorb shock and provide stability to the...

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Common Knee Problems

An active lifestyle is important for your joints and the overall health of your body. Sometimes, however, even the active ones may have to deal with joint problems. The knee joint is one such joint that is susceptible to injuries and problems. The hinge joint...

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Hip Labral Tear and Treatment

The hip socket has a cartilage ring on the rim. The ring, called the labrum, is there for several reasons, like acting as a cushion in the joint and securing the ball of the thigh bone in place. During physical activities, the labrum distributes the...

Common Shoulder Problems

The shoulder joint is a combination of several components including bones (collarbone, shoulder blade and upper arm bone), ligaments, tendons, muscles, rotator cuff. The ball and socket joint connects our upper arm to the body and enables a lot of movements. However, the [mobility it provides...

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Leg Pain and Common Causes

Our legs go through a lot while we are busy running around and getting things done. While they are usually strong and provide the much-needed mobility and support, legs may suffer from minor aches to severe pains. There are plenty of reasons related to trauma...

Adhesive Capsulitis – Symptoms and Treatment

The shoulder joint is formed by the humerus, the scapula and the clavicle. The bones (except the clavicle) and ligaments are surrounded by strong tissues, collectively called the joint capsule. This capsule is filled with lubricating fluid, synovial fluid, that helps the shoulder bones to...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The median nerve is one of the main nerves that control the movements of our hands. This nerve enters the hand through a narrow tunnel in the wrist called the carpal tunnel. The tunnel is formed by small wrist bones, carpal bones, on the sides...

Ganglion Cysts – Symptoms and Treatment

Small and non-cancerous sacs of fluid that usually develop near a joint or a tendon are called ganglion Cysts. The fluid inside these lumps is like the lubrication fluid in our joints. These round or oval-shaped cysts vary in size. Some of them are very...

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