Joint Pain

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The Dangers of Inactivity

We all need some downtime now and then, and no one can blame you if you don’t want to do too much on a Saturday after a hard week’s work. However, there are a variety of reasons why you shouldn’t go overboard on the couch potato routine – for one thing, it can end up …

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Three factors to consider when thinking about joint replacement

Many joints in the body, such as the shoulder joint and knee joint, are commonly replaced as patients age. This may not always be the case, depending on the health of the patient and the severity of their conditions. Arthritis and injuries are typical issues that can develop and worsen with time, resulting in the …

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Joint Replacement

Are you curious about joint replacement? When you have a joint that is swollen and stiff and it affects your daily life, you may find yourself searching for doctors and researching the procedures you think you may benefit from. If walking, climbing stairs, taking a bath, getting in and out of chairs, or even sleeping …

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Losing Weight In The New Year: Protect Your Joints

Weight loss is the most popular New Year’s resolution. Shedding pounds offers many health benefits, such as reducing your risk for heart disease, taking stress off your joints and improving circulation. A healthy weight loss plan includes a balance of proper nutrition and exercise. Without this balance, you may increase your risk of developing problems …

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