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  • Why bow legs and knock knee lead to arthritis?  pop
    Bow legs (genu varum) and knock knee (genu valgum) are deformities that are not only cosmetic defects. They also lead to knee-joint move abnormality that after a number of years result to arthritis.
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  • Arthritis
    Arthritis is a painful disease of the joints that can affect a person�s fingers, elbows, knees, and ankles - as well as the various internal organs of the body. Besides feeling acute pain the patient may have swelling and stiffness also. In fact the pain is so acute at times that movement too becomes restricted; a person may find it almost impossible to make any movement at all. Sometimes, a person with arthritis may find it difficult to even bathe, walk, dress or even stand properly.
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    (Added: Fri Apr 07 2006 Hits: 1306 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Arthritis and Your Weight
    It's a horrible fact of life; for arthritis sufferers, movement is often very painful and for arthritis sufferers, movement is absolutely essential. Lack of exercise automatically adds weight. Weight increases the stiffness and pain of arthritis. So, what to do?
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    (Added: Fri May 12 2006 Hits: 727 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Arthritis Exercise
    One recommended way to reduce and relieve your painful arthritis symptoms is through exercise. Doctors recommend it and patients sometimes decide to do it on their own. Either way it is an integral part of slowing down the progression of arthritis symptoms. Thirty minutes of daily activity is recommended to patients who are suffering with arthritis pain. Although, this seems like a lot the objective is to make your activity fun and motivating so that you will continue with the regiment.
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  • Arthritis Exercise Tips
    Exercising for people with arthritis is not about looking good or losing weight (even if this is a secondary result). Exercising for arthritis sufferers is about increasing circulation, improving flexibility and increasing strength to reduce pain, inflammation and swelling of the joints. It is an important part of arthritis pain relief and should be considered part of ones daily routine. Dont think of it as a chore but as a way to live pain free and happy. There are some important things to know when you start your exercise routine so you can motivate yourself to keep going and dont overdo yourself.
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  • Arthritis Pain
    Arthritis pain affects mainly the joints. There may be swelling, inflammation and stiffness. If not attended to at an early stage, the pain may almost immobilize the patient completely. The best course therefore would be to immediately consult your doctor the day you feel some sort of pain, because pain by itself is not a disease, but a symptom of disease, which may be arthritis. Arthritis may be caused due to several reasons such as inflammation, joint tissue damage and overexertion.
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    (Added: Thu Apr 13 2006 Hits: 667 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Arthritis Treatments
    The best course to solve the problem of arthritis is to take it seriously the moment it crops up. Since arthritis is the next most prevalent disease after heart attack, you can very legitimately suspect your pain to be related to arthritis. So the moment you feel pain anywhere in your body, you should immediately visit your doctor for a checkup.
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    (Added: Sat Apr 22 2006 Hits: 645 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Hip Osteoarthritis
    Osteoarthritis affects a person's joints. The parts of body at maximum risk are the hips and knees. Hips carry the body weight and, over years, the smooth and glistening articular cartilage that helps the hip joint to glide ultimately wears thin.
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    (Added: Thu Mar 30 2006 Hits: 788 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Natural Remedy For Arthritis
    The article lists some simple, informative tips that will help you have a better experience with arthritis. If you've been thinking you need to know more about it, here's your opportunity.
    http://www.arthritis-treatment-guide.com
    (Added: Mon Jun 05 2006 Hits: 851 Downloads: 0 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Pain when bending
    Question : WHENEVER I change position from standing or squatting, I cannot bend or straighten up immediately.
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    (Added: Wed May 17 2006 Hits: 710 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Top 3 Reasons Why You Suffer From Pain In The Back Of The Knee
    Pain behind the knee is something many of us have or might experience if we play sports that involve bending at the knees, running, tennis, or any activity that puts strain on the area. Discussed in this article are 3 possible causes of the pain and the associated solutions.
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    (Added: Sun Apr 03 2005 Hits: 930 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Use MSM to Reduce Arthritis Inflammation
    MSM is a strong anti-inflammatory that helps reduce arthritic pain. In addition, it helps reduce inflammation wherever it occurs in the body. Discover how to use MSM to gain its anti-inflammatory benefits.
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    (Added: Thu Jun 08 2006 Hits: 540 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Using Fatty Acids for Reducing Joint Pain
    Using fatty acids to reduce joint pain is now a necessity. There are many other ways to reduce arthritic pain, but fatty acids also help the joints to become healthier. Learn which fatty acids to use your painful joints.
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  • Ways to Reduce The Risk of Developing Arthritis
    There are no cures for most types of arthritis but there are steps that you can take to reduce the effects of the disease and also to lessen your risks of developing arthritis and joint pain later on in your lifetime.
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    (Added: Tue Nov 30 2010 Hits: 262 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • What You Need to Know about Arthritis
    Most all of us will suffer from arthritis at one point in our lives. Learn more about arthritis so that you can deal with it in its early stages. This will lessen the pain that you will suffer in the future.
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  • You Can Help Eliminate Arthritis
    Are you aware that today over 66 million people have arthritis or chronic joint pain? On average, that is approximately one in three people that are suffering from arthritis at this moment.
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    (Added: Thu Nov 24 2005 Hits: 621 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
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