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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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Abdominal diastasis: how to identify and treat it

&#13 ; &#13 ; The diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscle, or simply the abdominal diastasis Can be congenital or acquired. It is the separation of the abdominal muscles and connective tissue, giving the appearance of a flabby belly, with excess skin and fat accumulation. &#13 ; &#13 ; Major risk factors for abdominal diastasis &#13...

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Gastric Reflux: How to treat it?

O gastric reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease is the involuntary passage of stomach contents – usually hydrochloric acid – into the esophagus in the absence of vomiting. This event is common in healthy adults and is not synonymous with disease, except when the body’s defense mechanisms fail and the episodes are chronic and...

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Cervicalgia: how to treat this problem?

Cervicalgia: all you need to know Cervicalgia can be characterized by an abnormality of the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, nerves) or the bony structures of the cervical spine. It is estimated that this problem affects about 29% of men and 40% of women. However, this disease is less common than low back pain, for example. Although neck pain...

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