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Back spasms

A back spasm is a sudden and involuntary contraction or uncontrollable tightening of the muscles due to overuse, strain, weakness or pain in the muscle. Spasms near the spinal cord or near the roots of the nerve places pressure on one of the sensitive nerves and causes severe pain. [su_youtube url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMk47e9WGIA"] Muscle spasm happens when exerting plenty of energy or straining ...

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Broken foot swelling

Swelling is a common side effect that goes with a broken foot and causes severe pain. Broken bones are also called fractures in the foot and the feet are prone to slipping and twisting. The feet and toes lead us around when walking and on the receiving end of dropped objects. Children are more prone to a broken foot. Always bear in mind that there are 26 bones found in the human foot and mostly are small an ...

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