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Home Remedies for Osteoarthritis

Prev post1 of 3Next Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease or osteoarthrosis, is the most common form of arthritis. It occurs due to the breakdown of cartilage in joints, which causes the bones to rub against each other. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 27 million people in America have osteoarthritis.


Physical Therapy Exercises Pro Motion Rehab and Wellness Center / 828-837-0400 Murphy, NC


Information Regarding Temporomandibular Disorders. Mine doesn't hurt much anymore but it is still off center and my jaw tries to lock open.


This composite image shows the different types of synovial joints in the body. In the center of the figure is a skeleton, and call outs from each joint show their names and locations.


Home Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Comprehensive bone and joint care. Patients are center stage at Novato Orthopedics Institute so its no surprise that our treatment starts with listening. We want to know how your joint pain has been changing things for you and how we can help you feel better. And to make sure you achieve your goals, our team of experts manages your care for up to three months after you leave the hospital. Its just another way We Plus You

Exercise Ball SI Joint Exercises

The SI joint, which is an abbreviation for sacroiliac joint, is one of two joints that connect the tailbone to the large pelvic bone. This area and the area around the sacrum is the main nerve center of the body, and the place from which much of our lower back pain stems, according to the website Pilates-Back-Joint-Exercise. Using an exercise ball,...


Treating Dance Injuries of the Foot & Ankle with Solomon’s Seal

"Solomon’s Seal is an herb long known for its ability to strengthen, lubricate, and nourish tendons, ligaments, attachments and joints...also speeds recovery from bone injuries (broken, stressed, or fractured), calcifies and strengthens bones, and rebuilds damaged cartilage and connective tissue."