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  • Managing Your Chronic Pain

    Managing Your Chronic Pain

    Not being able to perform simple activities such as getting out and socializing or routine daily tasks due to pain can be quite frustrating! Pain, especially the type that lasts for a long time, can affect all aspects of your life. The causes for such pain could be due to accidental injuries, bone and joint conditions, and a variety of other causes.

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  • Cardio Exercises that Your Joints Will Love

    Cardio Exercises that Your Joints Will Love

    As a young adult, getting a good cardio workout may be just a matter of going for a fast jog or jumping rope. As we age, however, excessive pounding can take its toll on your joints causing pain and limiting your mobility. Workouts then become a source of dread rather than something you enjoy.

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  • Best exercises to improve joint pain

    Best exercises to improve joint pain

    Do you often experience throbbing, aching joints? Do you have osteoarthritis or another condition that causes chronic pain in your joints? Old injuries, poor posture, aging and inactivity can all contribute to pain in your joints and low back.

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  • Carpal tunnel syndrome: Causes, symptoms and treatment

    Carpal tunnel syndrome: Causes, symptoms and treatment

    Carpal tunnel syndrome causes numbness, tingling and pain in the hand, wrist and arm. It is a common, irritating and sometimes even painful condition. Early diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome may improve effectiveness of treatment.

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  • 5 Exercises For People With Knee Pain

    5 Exercises For People With Knee Pain

    Your knees take a beating day in and day out. Every step you take puts a force equal to 1.5 times your bodyweight on your knees—and that’s when you’re walking on level ground. That force is greater on an incline, and even an activity as simple as squatting to tie your shoelace puts a force equal to four or five times your bodyweight on your knees.

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  • Life After Joint Replacement Surgery

    Life After Joint Replacement Surgery

    Joint replacement surgery can be frightening. If you are facing joint replacement surgery—perhaps hip or knee replacement—you may be asking yourself some of these questions: How painful will it be? How long will recovery take? Will I truly regain mobility after surgery? What will my life be like after surgery?

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  • Common myths about sports injuries

    Common myths about sports injuries

    When it comes to treating sports injuries, everyone has an opinion about what works best. But most people aren’t doctors or specialists who work in the areas of sports medicine or physical rehabilitation, and some of the “tried-and-true” treatments you may have heard may not be based in sound medical knowledge.

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  • The Benefits of In-Home Physical Therapy

    The Benefits of In-Home Physical Therapy

    For those who have been through an accident, injury or surgery, physical therapy is often a recommended course of treatment to address weakness, pain, balance, range of motion and impaired mobility. Physical therapy can help restore mobility, functional ability and quality of life through physical intervention, generally in the form of stretches and exercises.

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  • 5 Low-Impact Activities to Avoid Joint Pain

    5 Low-Impact Activities to Avoid Joint Pain

    No matter your age, exercise is always important. Regular exercise keeps your heart healthy and promotes strong bones and muscles. It also boosts mood and energy, helps you look better, fights depression and keeps you feeling younger.

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  • Tips For Reducing Joint Pain

    Tips For Reducing Joint Pain

    If you’ve ever experienced joint pain, you know that it can affect even the simplest daily tasks, such as writing, walking, cooking and gardening. By taking proper care of your joints, you can help to prevent or reduce pain that can affect the quality of your life.

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