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Facet Joint Disease
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Facet Joint Disease

Facet joint disease (sometimes called facet joint syndrome or osteoarthritis) paint in joints between the vertebrae in your spine; the joints that allow your back to move and twist. Facet joint disease can be a result of aging, excessive pressure on the facet joints, or injury. Treatment can include medication, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery.

September 14, 2018March 11, 2019by
Whiplash
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Whiplash

Whiplash is a specific form of neck injury that occurs when the head quickly and suddenly moves back and then forward. This is commonly the result of car accidents.

September 14, 2018November 22, 2018by
Headaches
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Headaches

Headaches are pain in the cranium that can range from mild to severe. Most often, this pain is described as similar to a tight band around the head. Headaches can be cause by poor sleep, bad posture, or muscle pain originating in other areas. The first line of treatment is typically over-the-counter pain medication or...

September 14, 2018October 11, 2018by
Arthritis
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Arthritis

Arthritis is inflammation at a joint. If you have arthritis, it will likely present as joint pain and stiffness, which generally gets worse over time. Common treatments include medication, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery.

September 14, 2018October 11, 2018by
Back pain
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Back pain

If you take a trip to the doctor or have to miss work, chances are it’s because of back pain, a leading cause of disability throughout the world. In fact, most people will experience back pain at least once in their life. But it doesn’t have to become chronic. You can take measures to prevent...

Neck pain
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Neck pain

Your neck is comprised of several vertebrae bones, ligaments, and muscles extending from the skull to the upper torso. And between the vertebrae are shock absorbing pieces of tissue called cervical discs. All of these components allow your neck to act as a support to your head and permit movement. Abnormalities, inflammation, or injury to...

Leg pain
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Leg pain

Leg pain has many causes. For instance, it may result from traumatic injuries like those obtained while playing sports. It may also be related to blood vessels, nerves, muscles, joints, soft tissue, or bones. The type of treatment a doctor may recommend will depend on the cause. Often, leg pain can be treated at home,...

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