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After suffering a knee injury, there are many different types of products available that can help stabilize and support the knee to prevent future damage and pain. The types and the styles of knee brace can vary widely, as they are made to aid in support of various knee conditions. However, learning how a knee brace works is one question that many patients ask before getting one for themselves. How Do Knee Support Braces Work? Many knee support products include things like sleeves and braces that offer protection of the joint and support for the joint during activity and even daily walking. These products are used for various types of injuries to the knee, ranging from minor injuries like a sprain or swelling to something more major like arthritis or post-surgery recovery. Minor injuries might require a short-term use of the product to help regain the strength the joint needs…

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With the increase in those owning motor vehicles over the last few decades, car accidents have become a significant day-to-day occurrence on our roads. Most accidents happen so fast that they leave those involved in shock, and having difficulty remembering what happened, and without knowing what action to take next. Therefore, it is essential for anyone who drives a car to carry some tips with them on what exactly should be done immediately after a car crash, when confusion looms.…

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Lower back pain, especially when felt by young athletes, can be a symptom of a more serious issue. Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis are two conditions that cause lower back pain in young athletes. These are two fancy terms for a stress fracture or crack in one of the vertebrae, which are the small bones that comprise the entire spinal column. What are Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis? This injury happens most often in adolescents and children that frequently participate in sports that put…

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Tennis elbow is an inflammation of tendons connecting muscles of the forearm to the outer side of the elbow. It often results from repetitive use of the forearm muscles and tendons, as well as those surrounding the elbow joint. Known by physiotherapists and medical professionals as lateral epicondylitis, this painful condition is not always related to tennis— it earned its name since it afflicts about one-half of all regular tennis players. This painful condition typically occurs in adults from 30…

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Physiotherapists are always looking for a variety of treatments to heal numerous ailments. One of their main areas of focus is the Achilles tendon. There is no question that Achilles heel pain can be difficult to overcome. Also, before you can fully understand one of the best stretches to treat Achilles tendon pain, you must understand the Achilles heel itself. Where is the Achilles Heel? The Achilles heel is located at the base of the back portion of the foot…

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