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Tag: Orthopaedic in Gurgaon

Knee Pain
August 26, 2019

When one talks about pain in the knee, many people feel that it is a condition that can usually affect athletes and elderly people. While these are the high-risk categories, it is important to know that almost anyone can experience this pain. The pain can begin in the joints or in the knee cap area or it may also occur in the ligaments, tendons and cartilages of the knee. Symptoms of Knee Pain The most obvious symptom is pain in the knee. But the location of the pain and the severity of the

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Shoulder Arthritis
August 14, 2019

There are two joints in the shoulder and arthritis usually occurs in the big ball and socket joint, namely glenohumeral joint. This joint connects two bones, glenoid and humerus. These two bones are covered by cartilage. When this cartilage is damaged, it results to shoulder arthritis. Shoulder arthritis can also develop to the acromioclavicular joint. Development of Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder arthritis starts developing when the cartilage that covers the bones of the shoulder starts to wear

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Body Fitness, six pack abs
August 14, 2019

The core is the foundation of our body. Just as a building can’t stand tall without a sound foundation, our body too needs a sound foundation to function efficiently. The core makes everyday activities, from getting out of bed, to walking down the street more efficient. The core is the central link in the chain movements involving various parts of our body. Whether we’re hitting a ball or chopping vegetables, the necessary movements either originate in our core, or traverse through

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Shoulder Pain
July 30, 2019

Often stiffness and shoulder pain is inappropriately given a blanket diagnosis of ‘Frozen Shoulder’. It is not enough to blindly undergo un-targeted physiotherapy without proper diagnosis of the underlying pathology. Rotator cuff pathologies are the most common cause of shoulder pain which could also present with difficulty in moving the arm, particularly above the shoulder level and behind the back. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles around the shoulder generating a force

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