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Is Pain Stopping You From Getting Back in the Game?

Posted on Jan 16th 2019

Sports represent a healthy way to stay in shape, enjoy socialization with friends and family, and provide an effective outlet for stress. Nothing else in life compares to the invigorating and stimulating enjoyment that comes from participating in sports. As you play, however, you may develop some pain or injuries that prevent you from fully enjoying your sports activity. When this happens, a negative spiral can occur. The suddenly sedentary life may lead to weight gain, mood swings or depression, or feelings of hopelessness. If you choose to ignore doctor's advice and play anyway, your small injury could turn into something that keeps you on the sidelines longer, or worse, require surgical intervention

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Lifestyle Changes that Help Common Digestive Ailments

Posted on Jan 11th 2019

Eating is one of those things in life that combines necessity with enjoyment. We have to consume as a means of survival, but because we live in such a convenient and modern society, we also get the opportunity to purchase or make food and drink that appeals to our health and tastes. But when you have a digestive ailment, that enjoyment is diminished.

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Make Your Knee Replacement Experience a Better One

Posted on Jan 10th 2019

Preparing for a total knee replacement could get pretty overwhelming. Whether your condition resulted from arthritis or an abnormality, your goals are clear - get yourself moving how you used to and be able to fully embrace the daily activities of life without any stress or worry pain will overcome you.

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7 Tips For Relieving Knee Pain

Posted on Jan 2nd 2019

Are you one of the millions of Americans suffering from aching or painful knees? You are not alone. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) 1 in 2 people may develop painful knee osteoarthritis by age 85. In addition, if you struggle with weight, research shows that 2 in 3 people may develop painful knee arthritis in their lifetime.
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