All Bone, Joint & Muscle Topics

Is Cracking Your Back Bad? Oct 19, 2014

Is cracking your back bad? While occasionally cracking your joints may not be dangerous, cracking regularly may cause you to ignore dangerous back problems. Learn how to crack your back in the right way. View Full Article...

Osteoporosis Oct 19, 2014

Weak bones due to osteoporosis increases one's risk of fractures, especially in elderly women. To prevent osteoporosis, a proper diet rich in calcium, protein and vitamin D plus regular exercise are necessary. View Full Article...

Swollen Ankles Oct 19, 2014

Swollen ankles can be the result of injuries, but should not be taken lightly because they may be a sign of a more serious condition. Nutritional strategies, as well as other simple home remedies should be taken to reduce inflammation and swollen ankles, legs and feet. View Full Article...

Bone Bruise Oct 19, 2014

This article highlights the causes and treatments of bone bruises. Many reasons can lead to this condition, knowing how to treat bone bruises and apply some of the home remedies can help you recover faster. View Full Article...

Herniated Disc Oct 13, 2014

A herniated disc can cause low back pain, leg pain, and weakness in the lower part of the body. It is often not a serious condition and may be relieved by relaxation, exercise, medications, and some lifestyle changes. View Full Article...

Quadriplegia Oct 08, 2014

Quadriplegia, or loss of function in the four limbs, may result from injury or disease that affects the spinal cord in the neck region. Symptoms depend on the level of injury and treatments cover a wide range of rehabilitative measures. View Full Article...

Bursitis Sep 23, 2014

Bursitis causes the bursae cushioning between joints to become inflamed and painful. This is typically caused by repetitive motions that irritate these areas. Remedies can relieve or prevent this discomfort. View Full Article...

Vegetables to Avoid with Gout Dec 10, 2013

Certain foods cause the body to produce more uric acid, which can create the crystals that lead to gout flare ups. Altering your diet can reduce this risk or help to manage gout pain. What are the vegetables to avoid with gout? View Full Article...

How to Prevent Muscle Cramps Nov 03, 2013

Muscle cramps are felt in normal healthy individual after severe exertion or inactivity. They are trivial and may not require any treatment, but may affect your productivity and performance. Here some preventive measures can help in managing this ailment. View Full Article...

Exercises for Torn Rotator Cuff Nov 03, 2013

If you have a torn rotator cuff it is important to see a doctor before continuing to exercise. Once you have been cleared, there are several great exercises for torn rotator cuff that will help you regain your strength and flexibility. View Full Article...

 
 
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