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  • All About The Knee – A Divine but Natural Phenomenon

    Crisscrossing ligaments, articulating bones and cartilage, synovial membranes secreting lubricating fluid, tendons of muscles, and friction-erasing bursa all converge at this minimalized ball-and-socket joint–to do what? To create the miracle of movement–to make fluid human locomotion, whether fast or slow, possible.

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  • Treatments for Sciatic Pain

    Sciatica causes pain that extends along the sciatic nerve which runs from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and continues down the back of each leg. Sciatic pain usually affects only one side of the body.

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  • What Is An Orthopedic Surgeon?

    If you break a bone, a general practitioner will most likely refer you to an orthopedic surgeon prompting you to ask: What is an orthopedic surgeon?

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  • Using Biofeedback for Chronic Back Pain

    Biofeedback is a technique used to help you gain control over your body’s involuntary functions such as pain and heart rate. It can be used to help block pain if you suffer from chronic back pain.

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  • Reasons for Your Back Pain

    Back pain can happen to anyone at anytime regardless of health, age or ethnicity. Spinal pain is a medical condition that can come on suddenly or develop over time. Below are a few of the reasons for why an individual may experience back problems.

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  • Orthopedist vs Podiatrist

    Woman Visiting Her OrthopedistIf you are experiencing foot pain, do you know whether you need to see an orthopedist or a podiatrist? Knowing what each doctor specializes in and their training will help you make a more informed decision if you experience an injury or pain to your legs or feet.

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  • Chronic Pain Management – Living with Pain

    Chronic pain affects the daily lives of millions of Americans. It is defined as constant pain that last over several months. The pain varies in each person from minor pain to pain so severe it interferes with the person’s ability to function normally on a day-to-day basis.

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  • Different Types of Knee Surgeries

    knee surgeryWhen medication and therapy ceases to stop knee pain, it may be time for a doctor to intervene surgically. There are seven common knee procedures that have helped repair different types of injuries and deterioration of cartilage and tissue in patients.

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  • Tips to Prevent Development of Arthritis in the Knee

    Arthritis of the knee occurs when the joint becomes inflamed and cartilage is worn away. There are three painful types of arthritis that can affect the knee.

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  • Causes and Treatments for Bunions

    Bunions are a common and painful foot problem that mostly affects women. A bunion will form on a foot when the big toe becomes misaligned and leans towards the smaller toes. The joint at the base of the big toe becomes enlarged to compensate for the big toe leaning inward.

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