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How to Mitigate Sacroiliac Joint Pain During Sex?

Overview of Sacroiliac Joint Pain The sacroiliac joint is found next to the bottom area of the spine. It connects the sacrum to the pelvis. Dysfunction in this joint generally leads to lower back pain or buttock. The study shows that the lower back pain is the leading reason behind the disability. It can be very difficult for the person to stand up or walk if the person is suffering from sacroiliac joint pain. Not only during standing...

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Natural Beverages For Joint Pain: Do They Really Work?

Joint pain is very common, especially among older adults with around 20% of the adult population suffering from arthritis-related joint pain. Because joint pain can interfere with normal functioning, many adults afflicted with arthritis will look for different joint pain remedies to regain some of their mobility. Other than over-the-counter pain relievers and joint pain supplements, a very popular joint pain remedy of today comes in...

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Pain In The Neck? Have You Tried Chiropractic Yet?

Neck pain is common, but it is a frustrating medical condition that people usually try to solve on their own. If you also deal with neck pain on a frequent basis or it just started, the chances are high you’ve already tried a thing or two to stop it or maybe you decided to ignore it entirely, hoping it would go away. Prolonged pain can affect your overall quality of life and limit your range of motion, which is something you...

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7 Exercises to Improve Dorsiflexion and Increase Ankle Mobility

Dorsiflexion is defined as a backward flexion or bending of the hand or foot. Dorsiflexion of the foot, also referred to as ankle dorsiflexion, implies flexing the ankle joint in a manner that the underside of foot rotates upwards. Basically, it involves bringing the top part of your foot (dorsum) up toward your shin. Dorsiflexion is particularly useful for individuals who run, competitively or recreationally, and it plays a big role...

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Ankylosing Spondylitis: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Table of Contents [Hide] What is Ankylosing Spondylitis? Historical background of Ankylosing Spondylitis Prevalence of Ankylosing Spondylitis Causes of Ankylosing Spondylitis Risk factors for Ankylosing Spondylitis Symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis How is Ankylosing Spondylitis diagnosed? Ankylosing Spondylitis and men’s health Ankylosing Spondylitis and women’s health Ankylosing Spondylitis and uveitis/iritis Ankylosing...

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Top 10 Severe Lower Back Pain Relief Treatments To Consider Today

Low back pain is a common reason for physician visits according to an article published in the American Family Physician. While most cases of lower back pain are due to muscle and ligament sprains, in rare instances, the pain can result from injuries to the spinal joints and nerves. The pain in such cases tends to be severe, even debilitating. Make sure to seek immediate help of your pain occurs after an accident, if you experience...

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Can Running Cause Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA), also referred to as a degenerative joint disease usually targets the cartilage. According to the CDC, it poses as the most common type of arthritis affecting more than 30 million US adults. Osteoarthritis is primarily caused by damage or breakdown of joint cartilage between bones and numerous factors contribute to it. Generally, activities that form too much pressure on joints, especially hips and knees, could...

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9 Gentle Exercises To Do After Total Knee Replacement

Staying physically active can be challenging to those of us with a total knee replacement (hereinafter known as a tkr) or joint care issues. We must remain vigilant to keep our joints lubricated, our muscles fluid, and our cardiovascular system working at optimum levels. Below are some time-tested, joint-friendly exercises that focus on improving flexibility and strength without putting undue pressure on your new knee. Do a variety of...

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How Can the Elderly Protect Their Joints to Prevent Osteoarthritis?

As we grow older, our bodies start to change and with those changes, our body becomes loses its ability to fully protect itself against many medical conditions. One of those medical conditions is Osteoarthritis. We mention Osteoarthritis because it is one of the most common conditions noticed among the elderly. Osteoarthritis is only one of the many different types of Arthritis. What you should know about Arthritis is that is it...

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Facet Syndrome – A Leading Cause of Lower Back Pain

Lower (LBP) back pain is fairly common, with most people experiencing some form of LBP during their lifetime. The cause of LBP is usually a combination of different factors such as muscle strains, disc degeneration, and a herniated disc. However, a less talked about but surprisingly common cause of LBP is facet syndrome (FS). FS is a condition in which the origins of back pain are the small joints located in the posterior region of...

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