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Upper back pain

The upper back is composed of the thoracic spine, two scapulas, ribs and muscles that are connected to it. Pain in the back is called thoracic pain where the thoracic is located. It affects the area between the neck and the lower back. [su_youtube url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7enmxlfjMc"] Upper back pain can be severe or happens gradually and can be mild to moderate or can be severe which will depe ...

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Knee bursitis

Knee bursitis is the inflammation of a bursa that is found near the joint of the knee. A bursa is small sac that is packed with fluid that helps reduce the friction and protect the pressure points amidst the bones, tendons and muscles close to the joints. Each knee has 11 bursae and any of these bursae can be inflamed. It is important to note that knee bursitis usually happens on the kneecap or in the inner ...

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