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Joint Health

Weightlifting With Joint Pain

Joint pain is a common complaint among bodybuilders, power lifters, athletes and recreational exercisers. You may know someone who...

Calcium Deposits in Children

Calcium deposits, also known as calcinosis, are hardened deposits of calcium that are lodged in fatty tissue or muscles. According...

Traveling Joint Pain

Joints occur where two bones meet. Without joints, you would not have movement or flexibility in your wrists, knees, elbows and an...

Dermatologist's Anti-Inflammatory Diet

The dermatologist's anti-inflammatory diet is another term used for the diet created by dermatologist Dr. Nicholas Perricone. The ...

Types of Spine Joints

The spine contains a large number of joints. Individually, these joints tend to have very limited ranges of motion. However, colle...

Adhesive Capsulitis Exercises

Adhesive capsulitis is the medical name for a condition known as frozen shoulder. This condition arises when your shoulder is immo...

Causes of a Shoulder Joint Ache

The shoulder is a mechanically sophisticated joint formed by the junction of three bones and several muscles, ligaments, tendons a...

Causes of Radiating Joint Pain

Numerous conditions can cause radiating joint pain. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, joint pain, including ...

How to Get Rid of Ankle Pain

Hurting your ankle can be a scary experience, especially if you are unsure of the severity of the injury. According to FamilyDocto...

Range of Motion Therapy

Physical, occupational and speech therapists all use range of motion therapy as a cornerstone of their treatment approach. Becaus...
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