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Nov04
https://drfarooqeliteclinic.blogspot.com/2018/10/arthritis-do-not-ignore.html


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Oct07
Potential treatment could stop knee and spine osteoarthritis, scientists new invention Prof.Dr.Dram,profdrram@gmail.com,Gastro Intestinal,Liver Hiv,Hepatitis and sex diseases expert 7838059592,9434143550 Scientists at the Krembil Research Institute have developed a novel therapeutic treatment that has the potential to stop knee and spine osteoarthritis in its tracks.A team led by Principal I..


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Jul23
If you are one among the sufferer of knee pain, and you don’t remember when you walked calmly and freely, then believe me you are one of the victims of chronic knee problems arthritis or osteoporosis. The first and the initial treatment option will be medications, physical therapies and bit narcotics medicines too, but if they also don’t soothe your pain for the longer duration, then i..


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Nov24
Arthritis Reversed # 3 Do You Know Modern Medicines Can Make Arthritis Worse “Drugs don’t fix the problem. Drugs only mask the symptoms. Pain and inflammation are symptoms, not diseases” Do you know, today number of arthritis cases are whopping 100 percent increase in just a dozen years. Have you ever though, how is it possible, with our modern scientific mainstream medicin..


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Nov14
Frozen shoulder is painful inflammatory condition associated with stiffness and loss of motion in shoulder. The pain gradually grows and becomes chronic leading to restricted movement. Due to inflammatory conditions the muscles surrounding the shoulder becomes stiff. Frozen shoulder has vague triggers, which usually surfaces as a complication commonly in people with diabetes, thyroid disorders, h..


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Nov14
Arthritis Types and Risk Factors The term arthritis means “joint inflammation,” and the most common types are known as Osteoarthritis (OA) and Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Arthritis is a complex family of musculoskeletal disorders consisting of more than 100 different conditions that destroy joints, bones, muscles, cartilage and other connective tissues, hampering or halting physical ..


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Nov14
Biggest Myths on Arthritis Now medical fraternity is applying a holistic and complimentary system to treat & manage chronic ailments such as arthritis, diabetes, cardiopathy, etc. For any wellness action plan to work there must be a clear understanding of the various aspects involved in so called Arthritis, which also involves clearing up the myths and setting forth the facts of the situatio..


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May30
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Dec15
All right, you say, maybe that will work. But even if it does, how is that going to make me healthier? For one thing, poor posture can distribute weight on your muscles improperly, causing neck andback pain and sometimes even headaches. Slumping your neck, head, and shoulders forward puts extra weight on muscles in your back and neck, and strained muscles in your neck can restrict the flow of blo..


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Jul01
If you have arthroscopic knee surgery, you may or may not need crutches to help support your knee after surgery. Unless a Meniscus Repair is done only then you will be non-Weight bearing and will require crutches or walker. About Knee Arthroscopy – Arthroscopy Mumbai During arthroscopic knee surgery, your doctor accesses the inside of your knee using a few small incisions and a camera, whi..


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