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Orthopaedics

Joint pain tends to get in the way of mobility, for young and old people. Learn about joint pains, probable causes, methods of diagnosis, and recommended treatments.

Joint pain is a common complaint in older people. Surprisingly, there is also a rising prevalence of bone and joint pain in younger adults. Nearly 20-25% of the Indian population living with chronic pain is affected by musculoskeletal disorders involving the joints. The alarming incidence rate provokes a fairly common question – why joint pain

Shoulder osteoarthritis is a slow breakdown of cartilage in the joints. All that you need to know - the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment and surgery.

Arthritis is a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the joints. However, this one symptom is used to describe more than 100 different types of arthritis. One of the more common types is osteoarthritis. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), nearly 9% of men and 18% of women suffer from osteoarthritis across the globe.

Most adults have a gap under the inner aspect of the feet which is called an arch. The absence of this arch leads to the development of the flat foot, also known as pes-planus. Read the article to know more about flat feet in adults.

We tend to ignore certain areas of our body’s anatomy unless they are causing us discomfort. One such area that we take for granted is the sole of our foot. However, like every other part of our body, our feet can also suffer from abnormalities or ailments such as flat feet. Flat feet symptoms are

The best tip on how to build strong bones in kids is to offer them a healthy lifestyle by implementing one. You can inculcate bone-strengthening foods in your meals to achieve a healthy living status. While making a nutritious meal plan for your kid, make sure to add plenty of nutrients. 

Childhood is the time when you lay the foundation stone of your mental, emotional and physical health. Children, however, are unaware of how to make a healthy start. This responsibility, thus, falls upon the parents. As a parent or guardian, you should ensure that your kids are receiving sufficient nutrients needed for their growth. In

 
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