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What Benefits Do Heat Pads for Knee Give?

February 15, 2020

Having knee pain is extremely common in America. It usually affects the old age when muscles become weak and are more common in women. A person can experience pain in any area, including the knee cap and bones surrounding the knee. The most common symptoms are swelling, having difficulty bending and extending the knee, difficulty … Continue reading “What Benefits Do Heat Pads for Knee Give?”

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What You Should Know About Thumb Joint Surgery?

January 30, 2020

Arthritis is a very common disease of bones. And a common type of arthritis of the hand is of thumb. Each joint is lined with cartilage, which cushions the bones. When the arthritis becomes severe, the cartilage between joints deteriorates, which then hampers the movement of joints. The issue begins when the strong tissues holding … Continue reading “What You Should Know About Thumb Joint Surgery?”

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What Causes Bursitis in Heel?

December 30, 2019

Sometimes a very sharp pain occurs in the foot area that no person can bear. There can be inflammation too. One of the possible reasons for it could be bursitis in the heel. It occurs when the small sacs of the joints (bursa) filled with liquid at the back of the heels become painful and … Continue reading “What Causes Bursitis in Heel?”

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Why You Need to Exercise if You Have Rheumatoid Arthritis

August 24, 2019

It may seem hard to imagine, but exercise is a must if you have rheumatoid arthritis. You might not see how you could possibly workout if you’re in so much pain you find it hard to even get out of bed. But as long as your exercise regimen is safe and you get your doctor’s … Continue reading “Why You Need to Exercise if You Have Rheumatoid Arthritis”

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Do You Experience Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare-Ups?

One of the most frustrating things about rheumatoid arthritis is having to deal with the up and down nature of the condition. You might feel relatively good one day and then the next you’re once again dealing with severe pain and swelling. This rollercoaster ride often features flare-ups that can be debilitating. Common Triggers There … Continue reading “Do You Experience Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare-Ups?”

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Tips for Lowering Your Bursitis Risk

July 27, 2019

Bursitis can be a really painful condition that can ruin your quality of life, making it very hard to do even the simplest of everyday tasks. While you might not be able to prevent bursitis, there are some things that can reduce the chances you’ll develop this problem. Bursitis – The Basics Bursitis is, in … Continue reading “Tips for Lowering Your Bursitis Risk”

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Is Your Back Pain Due to Lumbar Arthritis?

If you’re suffering from back pain on a regular basis, there’s a chance it could be related to arthritis. Lumbar arthritis in particular is a common source of back pain, one that usually develops over a long period of time. Here are some of the symptoms of this problem, and potential treatment options. Symptoms of … Continue reading “Is Your Back Pain Due to Lumbar Arthritis?”

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The 411 on Gout

June 27, 2019

If you suffer from the excruciating pain of gout on a regular basis, you’re not alone. Millions of people are going through the exact same thing. About 6 million men have gout, compared to about 2 million women. Why does this frustrating condition occur, and is there anything you can do to reduce your discomfort? … Continue reading “The 411 on Gout”

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What You Need to Know About Fibromyalgia

June 15, 2019

Fibromyalgia is an extremely painful and frustrating condition. Symptoms can occur suddenly, due to an injury or an infection, or they can gradually worsen over the years without any sort of trigger. So why does this problem develop, and what can you do to reduce your discomfort? Causes The unfortunate truth about fibromyalgia is that … Continue reading “What You Need to Know About Fibromyalgia”

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What is Psoriatic Arthritis?

May 23, 2019

If you have psoriasis, there is a chance you may ultimately be diagnosed with a condition known as psoriatic arthritis. What is this condition, what are the signs you might have it, and how do you deal with it? The Basics Psoriatic arthritis is a chronic disease, which basically means it lasts for a long … Continue reading “What is Psoriatic Arthritis?”

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