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How to treat tennis leg

Tennis leg is a condition where the plantaris muscle or the medial head of the gastrocnemius or calf muscle become torn or ruptured. The plantaris muscle is muscle found at the posterior area of the lower leg. It connects superficially above the knee and down the calf at the back and moves into the heel bone. It functions for the plantar flexing of the ankle. Partial tearing of the medial gastronemius muscl ...

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How to treat burning mouth syndrome

Burning mouth syndrome is a recurrent or persistent burning sensation in the mouth where there is no cause. The burning sensation affects the lips, gums, tongue, inside of the cheeks, palate or roof of the mouth and can affect the whole area of the mouth. Causes of burning mouth syndrome Primary or idiopathic burning mouth syndrome is a condition where the affecte ...

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Treating a pulled hamstring muscle

A pulled hamstring muscle is felt as a sudden sharp pain at the back of the thigh. The symptoms will depend on the severity of the injury. Symptoms of a pulled hamstring muscle Grade 1 pull can be felt as a slight pull felt at the back of the thigh. The onset of pain is gradual. Mild swelling and pain when extending the knee. The pain becomes worsened when perform ...

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