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Knee Pain

The lower parts of your legs take the brunt of your day-to-day life. You shouldn’t have to be in pain, though. Medical treatments can help if your doctor says you have a condition like leg cramps, blood clots, or issues with the nerves. But you can do things at home that help, too.

Mild to moderate knee pain can often be successfully treated at home. Whether due to a sprain or arthritis, there are several ways to combat the pain.

Since knee pain is a symptom, cures involve treatment of the underlying condition. For most common injuries, taking it easy and keeping up with physical therapy will result in eventual healing and recovery. In the case of tendon or ligament damage, or in event of a bone tumor, surgery is the recommended route.

Sleep position and quality zzz’s aren’t typically on the minds of people when their head hits the pillow at night. However, the way we sleep can have an incredible impact on back, leg, joint and chronic pain. A good night’s sleep allows your body to repair and rejuvenate as it prepares for another day. If[…]

Natural remedies straddle the border between nutrition and medicine. What should you consider before taking herbals or supplements for osteoarthritis knee pain?

Whether it is a temporary twitch in the muscle, a sudden resurfacing of an old injury or that post-workout agony – knee pain can bring your life to a standstill, quite literally. The debilitating pain in the biggest joint of the body can either last for some hours or at times for days altogether. In[…]

We put a ton of stress on our knees, and if you’re feeling knee pain, you need relief. These knee pain management techniques are noninvasive, and they help.

Pain meds have led to overuse and addiction – one safe and effective treatment method? Orthopedic bracing. Here’s what you need to know to heal.