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What are the symptoms of a fractured ankle
What are the symptoms of a fractured ankle?

Fractured Ankles Ankle injuries are very common bone and joint injuries. An emergency such as a higher degree of pain, the inability to walk, or concern that bone may be broken may warrant an immediate need for medical attention. Often, the doctor’s primary concern is the same as yours. Is the bone broken?  A sprain, […]

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How to prevent rotator cuff injury
How to prevent rotator cuff injury?

Torn rotator cuff injury is one of the most common injuries people visit an orthopaedic doctor. Patients of this injury are usually either 60 or are athletes (as they are more vulnerable to injuries and incidents). In rotator cuff injury, the mass of tendons and muscles firmly (holding the upper arm ball in the shoulder […]

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Do fractured bones heal on their own?
Do fractured bones heal on their own?

We often think that our bones are robust, rigid, and structural. But it is also valid that it is a highly active and dynamic organ. Moreover, they continually renew and repair themselves. The new bones replace the old bones, and this self-healing ability comes in handy when your bones get fractured. The broken bones produce […]

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what causes of muscle cramps
What causes muscle cramps?

If you want to know the reasons, you must understand that muscle cramps cause throbbing pain in the legs, feet, and stomach. These cramps may occur anywhere on your body but are primarily observed during the menstrual cycle. Moreover, they also occur due to digestive disorders. The pain is temporary and usually goes on its […]

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how to prevent ACL injury?
How to prevent Acl injury ?

On average, ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) injury affects 1,50,000 people every year. Unfortunately, most of these people are athletes. However, you can effectively manage this injury by following the ACL prevention tips.  How to prevent ACL injury? An ACL injury is a common sports injury faced by numerous athletes. Unfortunately, it is nearly inevitable, but […]

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How do I know if my knee injury is serious
How do I know if my knee injury is serious?

Imagine you are on a run and fall over a sidewalk, or you awkwardly bend your knees; what would you do next? The sudden falls and accidents may break the knee bones or tear the cartilage. The knees are the most commonly injured joints of the body, it is vital to check their health. But […]

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what are the symptoms of hip arthritis?
What Are The Symptoms Of Hip Arthritis?

Do you feel pain in your hip while putting on your shoes and socks? Well, if you nod your head in agreement, you may have developed hip arthritis.  Hip arthritis decreases the range of motion of your hips, and as a result, you encounter challenges while putting one leg over another. You may not experience […]

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how to keep muscle strong
How can we keep our muscles strong?

You can do ample things to keep up your strength even after reaching the physical peak at the age of 20s or 30s. Even if you have lost muscle due to inactivity, do not worry. You have scope to gain it back. High amounts of muscle mass lower mortality and risk of diabetes and disability […]

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How to Relieve Sore Muscles?
How to Relieve Sore Muscles?

Your muscles may become sore after rigorous physical activities. As a result, you may feel uncomfortable and lose interest in everything. You may try gentle stretching, muscle massage, rest, and ice and heat compression to get relief during such times.  If you want to remain fit, you must follow an active lifestyle. Muscle soreness is […]

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What are the Symptoms Of Spinal Injury?
What are the Symptoms Of Spinal Injury?

The central nervous system or CNS consists of the spinal cord and brain. The spine or spinal cord is a long and thin bundle that extends from the brain to your tailbone. It consists of nerve tissue and support cells. The sensory and motor information that travels in body passes through the spinal cord passageway. […]

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