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  • Early study suggests a new, injectable gel may greatly reduce chronic low back pain

    An experimental formulation of a hydrogel, injected into spinal discs, proved safe and effective in substantially relieving chronic low back pain caused by degenerative disc disease (DDD), according to new research to be presented at the Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Scientific Meeting, in Boston.

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  • Managing Ankylosing Spondylitis Pain

    Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a type of autoimmune disease. This means that the immune system attacks healthy cells in the body. In the case of AS, the immune system attacks the joints, which leads to pain and other symptoms. It also may cause joint damage.

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  • Strengthening the Knee for Sports

    Children and adolescents often participate in sports on a regular basis. Adults also enjoy such activity from time to time. However, participating in rigorous physical activity can increase your risk of injury, especially if you are not prepared. One part of the body that is often injured is the knee.

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  • Cardio Exercises That Your Joints Will Love

    Simple muscle-building cannot address total fitness and any exercise regimen is incomplete without a cardiovascular workout. Almost anyone can incorporate cardio into their routine.

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  • Getting Back After Back Surgery

    Spine surgery is usually recommended when pain is unrelenting, affects your quality of life and conservative treatments do not seem to work. You may have surgery to relieve pain due to nerve compression by removing bone or a damaged spinal disc.

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