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Other related problems explained

Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common complaint among a wide range of ages and in sports active people. There are many different problems related to the knee, from arthritis, cartilage wear to ligament injuries and posture fatigue. Most knee problems are accompanied by swelling and reduced movement of the knee joint bringing chronic pain.

Arthritis

Ligament injuries

Kneeling for long periods

No movement of knee up or down, bending

Incorrect posture

Obesity

Inability to walk comfortably on affected side

Controlling and avoid the risk of Hammer Toe pain

Stretching exercises

Heat relief (hot or cold)

Cortisone injections

Medication, antiflamatory drugs

Rest

Wear Foot Correctors

Symptons and Causes

Hip pain is a common problem, there are so many different problems that are related to hips, ranging from bad alignment and posture, arthritis and tendoritis to muscle strains and fractures. With may of today’s anti-inflammatory medicines and heat/ice application, relief is usually only temporary. Surgery and medical procedures are the usual answers to this complaint.

Back Pain

Bad posture

Arthritis

Controlling and avoid the risk of High Arches

Symptons and Causes

Inability to walk comfortably on a affected side

Injury that causes deformity around the joint

Inability to bend the hip

Swelling of the hip or thigh area

Surgery (replacements)

Wear foot correctors

Foot correctors

Rest for 4-6 weeks (temporary)

Medication (anti-flammatory)

Ice and heat application (temporary)

Back pain is one of the most common afflictions of today's society. Almost every person will have at least one episode of back pain, from a minor problem to chronic pain, at some point in their life, from short lived to long term problems. Back pain can be caused by spine, posture or muscle malpositioning of the vertibrae. Doctors and surgeons have many explanations about causes of back pain, but no single explanation applies to everyone, and only time, exercise and medical devices work in the long term.


Minimal movement ie: bending or reaching for something

Ageing of discs

Pain or numbness down one or both legs

Controlling and avoid the risk of Fallen Arches

Symptons and Causes

Excessive stress to the back

Bad posture

Lifting heavy objects

Obesity

Exercise

Lose weight

Wear Foot Correctors

Surgery

Heat relief (hot or cold)


Hip Pain

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