How Knee Injections May Help Your Knee Pain

Posted on: 8 May 2016

Knee pain is often difficult to manage. If you're in constant pain when you walk, you'll become more sedentary, and that can lead to other health complications. You may have difficulty working or engaging in day-to-day activities. Oral pain medications may not be much help. Knee replacement surgery is one option, but before you do that, your doctor may want to try knee injections. Here's how these injections may help your pain.
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3 Tips For Boosting Your Immune System

Posted on: 23 April 2016

If you find that you are prone to getting sick a lot, you could wonder if a weak immune system is to blame. A weak immune system can cause you to get sick a lot more easily, but luckily, there are ways that you can boost your immune system. These are a few tips that you can try if you want to cut down on getting sick and make your body stronger against illnesses.
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Answering Two Common Questions About Undergoing Stem Cell Therapy For Arthritis

Posted on: 6 April 2016

Arthritis can be a painful condition that can drastically reduce your mobility and quality of life. Unfortunately, there are many patients that are unaware of the various treatment options that can be used for this condition. In particular, patients may be unaware of the presence of stem cell therapy for this progressive condition. If you have limited knowledge about this form of arthritis treatment, you may benefit from having the following couple of questions answered.
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A Few Tips For Making Sure Your Independent Medical Exam Doesn't Jeopardize Your Claim

Posted on: 24 March 2016

If you have been injured in an accident of any type that was not your fault, you have the right to expect the other party to be responsible for your medical expenses. Most of the time, this will involve insurance agencies at the minimum, and perhaps the court and legal system as well. When this happens, the other party's insurance company may require you submit to an independent medical examination to determine the extent of your injuries.
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