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What is Trigger Finger

Trigger finger or stenosing synovitis could be a condition once the finger or thumb is “locked” during a bent position. The finger might click because it straightens – simulating a trigger being force and free during a gun.   What are the common causes? The specific cause for trigger...

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Elbow Arthritis

Many varieties of arthritis and connected conditions that have an effect on the joints, muscles and/or bones will cause issues like pain, stiffness and swelling within the elbows. Here are some diseases which will have an effect on the elbows.   Osteoarthritis (OA) The foremost common kind of arthritis,...

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What is Hairline Fractures?

A stress fracture or hairline fracture is not as immediately obvious as other types of breaks, below are some of the symptoms to look out for  Symptoms Pain or tenderness  Swelling of the affected area  Numbness of the affected area  Limited mobility A hairline fracture of the ankle may cause bruising...

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Understanding Mallet Finger

The term mallet finger has long been accustomed describe the deformity made by disruption of the terminal extensor muscle mechanism at the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint it’s the foremost common closed connective tissue injury seen in athletes, though it’s additionally common in nonathletes once “innocent” trauma. Mallet finger, seen...

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What are Plantar Warts?

Plantar Warts or Palmer Warts could be a little growth on the skin that develops once the skin is infected by an outbreak. Warts will develop anyplace on the foot, however usually they seem on the bottom (plantar side) of the foot. Plantar warts most ordinarily occur in kids,...

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To keep your Back Healthy and Strong

“The BETTER way BACK” To Keep your back healthy and strong: Exercise Do non-strenuous exercise like walking and swimming. It can help to increase strength and endurance in your back and allow your muscles to function better. Talk to your doctor about which activities are best for you and...

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