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Bone spurs in the elbow

Bone spurs are overgrowth of bones which are seen in the joints and are present at the end bones. The bony spurs usually develop in the spinal bones and heel but sometimes they can develop in other bony joints such as the elbow and the knee. [su_youtube url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcCxfLQc4d0"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg9GpmoldMQ[/su_youtube] Bone spurs in the elbow joints causes pain and li ...

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How to treat leg cramps caused by cycling

Cycling is a low-impact sports that is gentle on the joints of the knee, but an individual can end up injured and experience pain while cycling. There are many injuries that can happen due to overuse or working too hard in a training plan. Take note that a common problem among cyclists are leg cramps. By enrolling in a first aid course, you can readily manage this condition. [su_youtube url="https://www.you ...

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