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  • 11 Potential Causes of Knee Pain After Working Out

    Experiencing mild knee pain or discomfort after a workout is common, but if it becomes persistent, it could be a more serious problem. There are several potential causes, including ligament tears, osteoarthritis, and runner's knee. The course of treatment will depend on your diagnosis.

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  • Causes of hip and groin pain, and how to treat them

    Hip and groin pain may result from injuries, such as a fracture or tear, or underlying conditions, such as endometriosis. Home remedies can help manage the pain, alongside seeking medical attention for underlying causes.

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  • Cervicogenic Headache Overview

    If you experience headaches that seem to come from your neck, you may be suffering from a cervicogenic headache, which is a condition that still leaves many headache specialists scratching their heads. Certain occupations or head and neck injuries may trigger the development of cervicogenic headaches.

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  • 8 Exercises to Stretch and Strengthen Your Psoas Muscle

    Your psoas muscle is one of your hip flexors that lifts your thigh. When this muscle is too tight or weak, it can result in muscle imbalances that cause pain or hinder your ability to walk. Learn more about the role of the psoas muscle and exercises to stretch and strengthen it.

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  • What Causes Neck and Shoulder Pain?

    The neck and shoulders are complex and interconnected areas, and medical problems that affect one often affect the other, as well. Pain and dysfunction from injuries or conditions that impact the joints, muscles, and other structures can easily spread from the neck to the shoulder(s) and from the shoulder(s) to the neck.

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