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Symptoms and Causes of a Frozen Shoulder

A frozen shoulder is a very common condition. It’s characterized by a reduced mobility on the shoulders as a result of the stiffening of the muscles.

Sometimes, a frozen shoulder can be mistaken for arthritis. However, it is important to take note that both conditions are different. Where frozen shoulder refers specifically to a problem pertaining to the joint area, arthritis on the other hand refers to a problem affecting other joints, or even multiple joint areas.
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3 Key Changes During Your Pregnancy

Studies have shown that more than two-thirds of pregnant women experience back pain and almost one-fifth experience pelvic pain²,³. As your pregnancy advances, your back experiences more strain from three key changes – a shift in your centre of gravity, hormonal changes and abdominal muscles changes.
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Why You’re Sore Days After Exercising?

Why You’re Sore Days After Exercising

The classic Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness, or DOMS, is an exercise-related muscle pain that sets in 6 to 8 hours after excessive and unaccustomed exercise, and peaks around the 48-hour mark. It is not surprising to find people complaining of aching muscles a day or two after exerting themselves in the gym, or after a dramatic increase in the duration and/or intensity of their exercise.
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Do you have scoliosis?

Scoliosis refers to a medical condition in which the spine curves sideways. On an X-ray film, the normal spine looks straight, but the scoliosis spine will look like a “C” or “S”

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3 Common Causes Of Back Pain

A back pain episode may seem sudden but usually there is path you can trace that lead up to it. Often it is not one thing that contributed to the back pain episode but there are some common scenarios leading up to it. Below are three.
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Fix That Pain In The Heel!

What is plantar fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis is a term given for the painful and inflamed flat tissue (also known as the plantar fascia or plantar aponeurosis) that connects your heelx bone to your toes. The fascia acts as a shock absorber and supports the arch of the foot. With plantar fasciitis, there is an excessive strain placed on the fascia. This excessive strain causes tiny tears in the plantar fascia exceeding the body’s capacity to recover, resulting in inflammation. In turn, this causes weakness, irritation, swelling and pain along the plantar fascia, especially in weight-bearing activities.
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Managing Your Neck-Related Headaches

Have you ever had the feeling that your headache is somehow related to the pain in your neck?  How that it is such a coincidence that every time your headache is preceded by the stiff neck that you are experiencing?  You are not imagining it! It is what the medical community calls cervicogenic headaches, which means headaches originating from the neck
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Steps to managing pelvic pain in pregnancy

It is common for expectant mothers to experience acute pain in the front of the pelvis — this is where the pubis symphysis is located. Pubis symphysis pain is also known as symphysis pubis dysfunction, and is localised to the pubic and pelvic areas.
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