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  • Online misinformation about noisy knees is influencing people to make poor health choices

    From cracking, clicks and popping sounds, it is estimated knee crepitus affects up to 70% of people. "Many websites suggested treatment options to reduce knee crepitus, including exercise, medication, passive treatments (such as brace, ice and splints) and rest. There is no research evidence to support this information."

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  • Injections for Knee Pain: Could They Help You?

    Injections can help relieve knee pain, depending on the cause. Learn about the different types of injections and which one might be helpful for you.

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  • Pickleball Is All the Rage, Here's Tips on Preventing Injuries

    Pickleball has become wildly popular, but that may be fueling a rise in pickleball-related injuries. “It’s quickly becoming a sport of choice for adults over the age of 50,” said Dr. Brian Cole, an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He also plays pickleball.

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  • Natural remedies for tendinitis inflammation

    Tendinitis can take time to heal. Natural remedies for the inflammation include rest, ice, compression, physical therapy, and complementary treatments, such as acupuncture.

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  • 5 Long-Term Problems After Meniscus Surgery

    Although arthroscopic surgery of the meniscus is minimally invasive, you may still experience knee pain after surgery. For some people, other problems can occur after surgery, such as arthritis, re-injury, incomplete rehabilitation, and more.

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