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Lower back pain is one of the most common types of body aches, affecting more than 615 million people around the world. It’s also the leading cause of disability.
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If you’re experiencing pain in your lower back or shoulders, strain on the latissimus dorsi (LD) muscle is one possible cause. The latissimus dorsi is the wide, flat muscle that runs across the lower back and up to both armpits. Athletes and people who do a lot of repetitive arm movements like heavy lifting, throwing, climbing or shoveling are the most likely to develop LD injuries.
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If you’re experiencing knee pain and foot or ankle pain in the same leg, it can be hard to tell if you’ve got one injury or two different ones. The good news is that knee pain and ankle pain in the same leg can often be traced back to the one single cause.
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If you have poor posture, you might notice neck pain or shoulder pain from time to time. Misalignment of the shoulder blades and neck is very common, as it’s often a result of living a sedentary lifestyle.
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