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how to treat this rheumatic disease?

A tendinitis is an inflammation of a tendon. It is responsible for pain and stiffness in the joints and can affect the way the affected tendon moves. It is a problem usually associated with overuse or injury of this fibrous cord, such as during sports activities or work involving repetitive strain, poor body posture, or excessive loading on a particular...

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Parrot beaks: relieving discomfort

Parrot beaks can cause pain and loss of quality of life. The risk increases with age. However, it is possible to relieve the discomfort. Parrot beaks are the popular name for a degenerative disease called osteophytosis. They are small bony protrusions (osteophytes) that result from abnormal growth of bone tissue around a joint. These protrusions...

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Scoliosis: how to stop this problem?

A scoliosis is an abnormal three-dimensional curvature of the spine that is most marked in the frontal plane. When this curve exceeds 10 degrees in the radiographic measurement, it is called scoliosis. People with this problem may have curvatures of the spine on the sides – and also rotation of the vertebrae – which often results in...

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