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What Is Bursitis?

…bursa is a sac-like structure that contains a lubricating fluid. A bursa is located anywhere you need a lubricating cushion—like where a muscle or tendon rubs over a bone or another muscle. Normally a bursa does its job unnoticed, but if you engage in some strenuous activity, for example, it can let…

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How to Treat Plantar Fasciitis Naturally

…MAGFABS, which have a magnet embedded in each arch support for additional pain relief. Back to Top Stretching Exercises Tightness of the Achilles tendons and calf muscles can contribute to plantar fasciitis pain by keeping the plantar fascia in a constantly tense state. Regular stretching can help loosen…

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Natural Back Pain Treatment

…may be compressed or pinched, and cartilage may be damaged. Prolotherapy involves injecting a mildly irritating solution into weakened ligaments, tendons, discs, and the fibrous capsules of joints. The injected solution causes an inflammatory reaction, which stimulates the body to produce new collagen…

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VIDEO: Range of Motion Exercises to Improve Mobility

…you'll notice as you start to loosen up and the cartilage gets more pliable and gets more fluid and more flexible, then you can move that way. It's tendons as well. Then the other way. And that one's not quite as much, you notice? Okay. But that's basically it. There's not a whole to it. But if you'll…

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