Sciatica Pain: A One-Sided Problem

According to a Harvard health report, back pain afflicts four out of five Americans at some point in their lives. Many of these people experience sciatica, a term often used synonymously with “back pain,”  but which is actually not a condition on its own. Rather, sciatica pain is a collection of symptoms which result from […]

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Plantar Fasciitis: A Connective Tissue Issue

Physical Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis People with plantar fasciitis experience sharp pain in the arches and heels of their feet during normal standing and exercise activities. Often the pain is worst in the morning, but some people only feel it after standing for a long time, or after exercise. What Is The Plantar Fascia? – […]

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Frozen Shoulder: Who Gets Adhesive Capsulitis, and What To Do About It


Frozen Shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a temporary but painful condition of the shoulder joint. Frozen shoulder occurs when the capsule of connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint thickens and tightens around the joint, restricting its movement. Symptoms such as pain, stiffening, and decreased range of motion begin gradually and eventually diminish. Without treatment, the […]

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