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Symptoms And Treatments For Sjogren’s Syndrome

May 15, 2024 6255 Views

Sjogren’s syndrome is a chronic autoimmune disease caused by an attack on the moisture-producing glands in the mouth, eyes, and other body parts by the immune system. Dry mouth and eyes are the primary symptoms of sjogren’s syndrome. Let’s discuss the symptoms and treatments of sjogren’s syndrome to help you understand it properly. What are … Continue reading “Symptoms And Treatments For Sjogren’s Syndrome”

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Bursitis: Cause, Types & Treatment

April 30, 2024 4050 Views

Bursitis is an inflammation of the bursae (the plural of bursa). Bursae are sacs that contain a jelly-like fluid that acts as a pain reliever by reducing discomfort and friction between soft tissues and bones. Usually acute at first, bursitis develops into a chronic ache over time. What Causes Bursitis? Bursitis is mainly caused by … Continue reading “Bursitis: Cause, Types & Treatment”

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Strategies For Speedy Healing And Recovery From Gout

April 15, 2024 15773 Views

Living with gout can feel like navigating a minefield of pain and discomfort. The sudden onset of intense joint pain, swelling, and redness, often targeting the big toe, can throw a wrench into your daily routine and mobility. A trusted provider of rheumatology care, stands ready to support you on your journey to recovery. In … Continue reading “Strategies For Speedy Healing And Recovery From Gout”

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Why Osteoporosis Is More Common In Women?

March 30, 2024 13269 Views

Osteoporosis is a silent bone disease, it gradually decreases the calcium and other minerals, which ultimately leads to dense and fragile bones. Have you ever wondered why women are more prone to Osteoporosis than men? Well, in the United States almost 8 million women have been diagnosed with this condition compared with only 2 million … Continue reading “Why Osteoporosis Is More Common In Women?”

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Osteoarthritis: Understanding And Managing Joint Health

March 15, 2024 14031 Views

Do you have pain in your joints when you move? Is your joint stiff and starts to swell in the morning or when you sit for a long time? Well then, It is time to see a Rheumatologist, since these may be signs that you have Osteoarthritis. Usually it can affect any joint in our … Continue reading “Osteoarthritis: Understanding And Managing Joint Health”

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How To Ease Carpal Tunnel Pain?

February 29, 2024 5329 Views

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects up to 4 to 10 million Americans. From the intense pain and discomfort in the wrist to lack of strength in the entire arm, it’s a condition that can interfere with all your daily activities. That is why in this blog, we have mentioned what carpal tunnel … Continue reading “How To Ease Carpal Tunnel Pain?”

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Why Does It Hurt To Bend My Knee?

February 15, 2024 13280 Views

As you get older, joint pain becomes inevitable. Whether it’s your knees, back, or wrist, the pain rarely seems to go away. But if you have ever experienced pain in your knee, especially when you bend it, that might not necessarily be considered normal. For instance, after a long day of hiking, you might find … Continue reading “Why Does It Hurt To Bend My Knee?”

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How Long Does A Gout Last On Your Foot?

January 30, 2024 11242 Views

Gouts can be painful and irritating, especially if they grow on your feet or hands. In fact, most people wonder how long a gout lasts, given that it can look like a permanent alteration on your body. But believe it or not, acute gouts tend to dissolve within a few days’ time. However, if you’re … Continue reading “How Long Does A Gout Last On Your Foot?”

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What Causes Shoulder Blade Pain When You’re Breathing?

January 15, 2024 8876 Views

While shoulder pain is a normal phenomenon, feeling pain and discomfort in your shoulder blades, especially when you’re breathing, is not normal. In fact, based on your health, it could be due to a completely different medical condition. In such cases, it is necessary to take quick action and get yourself evaluated by a medical … Continue reading “What Causes Shoulder Blade Pain When You’re Breathing?”

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6 Symptoms Of Psoriatic Arthritis Flare-Up

December 30, 2023 12965 Views

Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition that leads to the formation of dried and scaly patches on the elbows, knees, and scalp. But while psoriasis is mainly a skin disease, in some cases, it can also cause arthritis. Psoriatic arthritis is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects people with psoriasis. However, it is important … Continue reading “6 Symptoms Of Psoriatic Arthritis Flare-Up”

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