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sports injury

Sports injuries happen. When you push yourself to achieve new levels of fitness, you are bound to sustain a sports injury of some kind sooner or later. The most important thing you can do regarding injuries is to prevent them in the first place by training safely, warming up, increasing your intensity gradually, and consuming…

elbow arthritis

Elbow arthritis is a condition that causes pain when someone bends or straightens the elbow. Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common type; osteoarthritis and injuries to the elbow can also cause this kind of pain. Rheumatoid arthritis is a condition in which the joint lining swells, causing a narrowing of the joint space. This disease…

ankle tendonitis

If you are experiencing ankle or foot pain, one common culprit is ankle tendonitis. Your leg, ankle, and foot muscles are connected to the bone with tendons. Tendonitis is inflammation of a tendon. This condition often causes pain that worsens with activity and goes away with rest. There are different types of ankle tendonitis including…

meniscus injury

Like any knee injury, a meniscus injury can be excruciating. Meniscus tears are one of the most common injuries to the cartilage in the knee. The meniscus itself is a piece of cartilage that stabilizes and cushions the joint. However, it’s easy to injure the meniscus by twisting your knee. In some cases, a portion…

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Biceps tendinopathy refers to pain or injury that affects one of the bicep tendons in the shoulder. This may be an inflamed tendon, an inflamed tendon sheath, a degenerative condition, or a ruptured tendon. Biceps tendinopathy can be caused by a range of issues including tendon impingement, overuse, trauma, or shoulder instability. That means that…

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