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    • 1.

      Reflexology for Osteoarthritis

      by Kristy Annely - 2007-01-09
      Reflexology was performed in the ancient times by the Egyptians, Chinese and Indians. An American ENT specialist, Dr. William Fitzgerald took this theory to the west. This therapy is based on the fact...
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      Erosive Osteoarthritis

      by Kristy Annely - 2007-01-11
      Erosive arthritis affects multiple small joints of the hand. Patients who have never had a trauma or injury and do not have any history of metabolic or inflammatory condition are the ones who are diag...
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      Degenerative Osteoarthritis

      by Kristy Annely - 2007-01-11
      Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease. The cartilage, which is a protein that cushions the joints, faces an eventual loss, causing this disease. There are more than 100 types of arthritic condition...
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      Traumatic Osteoarthritis

      by Kristy Annely - 2007-01-11
      Traumatic osteoarthritis or post-traumatic osteoarthritis as it is better known is mainly caused due to an injury of the joints, followed by a number of physiological and mechanical changes. A patient...
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      Osteoarthritis | New Ways To Treat Osteoarthritis

      by Jean Maguire - 2007-06-19
      Osteoarthritis (OA), the most common type of arthritis, is a chronic condition that afflicts some 21 million Americans.It is characterized by the disintegration of cartilage, the part of the joint tha...
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      by Chrystle Fiedler - 2007-06-22
      Many of us feel guilty about taking a nap. After all, shouldn't we be doing something more productive? But there's no need to feel that way. Taking a nap might be one of the best things we can do for ...
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      Thumb Joint Pain

      by Peter Gitundu - 2008-08-24
      Thumb joint pain will leave you unable to perform any duty. This is because it causes so much pain and can prove to be a big bother. Thumb joint pain is associated with so many causes which include t...
    • 8.

      Muscle and Joint Pain

      by Peter Gitundu - 2008-08-24
      If you suffer from lupus erythematosus, your most common symptoms will be joint and muscle pain. The signs are pretty common when you have flu or any other condition. The extent of muscle and joint p...
    • 9.

      Leg Joint Pain

      by Peter Gitundu - 2008-08-24
      There are a number of factors that make up leg joint pain. The number one manifestation of the pain is arthritis. This is a condition that causes a lot of pain to the suffer. The pain might also be a...
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      Stem Cells For Osteoarthritis: I Look Ten Years Younger Since my Facelift... But my Knees Still Feel Their Age... What Can I Do?

      by Nathan Wei - 2008-10-22
      One of the first articles to mention stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis was an article published in the December 2003 article Arthritis and Rheumatism (Murphy JM, et al. Arthritis Rheum. 2003; 48: ...