Posts From September, 2013

A real pain in the neck

Three-quarters of us will have some form of back or neck pain at some point in our lives. Luckily, physical therapy and acupuncture can work wonders in relieving the discomfort. In fact, they usually get better results than surgery. Here’s the lowdown: What causes neck pain? There are 33 vertebrae in your spine, and in

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No More Knee Pain!

If you have a bum knee, you’re hardly alone. About 16% of adults ages 45 and over have a condition known as osteoarthritis of the knee, meaning they have inflammation and degeneration of the bones that form the knee joint. Symptoms—which develop gradually over time—include pain that worsens after you walk, climb or descend stairs;

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Halting Hip Pain

We all take walking or climbing stairs for granted, but for some, these everyday activities become daunting. About one-quarter of all adults develop inflammation of the hip joint—also known as osteoarthritis—by age 85, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. There’s no known cause for the condition; we’re all at risk. Here’s what

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