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Back pain is shockingly common, with 39% of all American adults reporting some form of back pain. It gets more common with age, too; 44.3% of people over age 45 say their back hurts, and 45.6% of people over the age of 65 report pain in their back.
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A shoulder sprain occurs when the ligaments that connect the collarbone to the shoulder joint are damaged. This injury can be caused by a fall, a sudden twisting motion, or as the result of repetitive stress.
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Pinched nerves and pulled muscles feel similar but are very different conditions. If you have a pain in your neck or back, you might think that you pinched a nerve when you in fact pulled a muscle or vice versa. So how do you tell? Well, we’ll answer that question in this article. Let’s break down the difference between pinched nerves and pulled muscles and explain how to tell which one is causing you pain.
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If you can’t put weight on your leg without severe pain, something’s likely wrong in your knee. In this article, we’ll describe a few possible culprits for your leg pain, and we’ll explain what you may want to do next.
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Is one of your hips tighter than the other? There’s a medical term for that: lateral pelvic tilt. There are a few reasons why this occurs, which we’ll get into below.
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