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Dealing with shoulder knot

A shoulder knot develops due to repeated movements such as constant throwing of ball. They cause contractions of muscle fibers and becomes tightened. Muscle knots usually develop in the shoulder muscles of athletic and sedentary people. Muscle of the shoulder that is connected to the neck such as the trapezius muscle are also prone to become tightened and knotted from a position such as hunched forward in f ...

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Ways of treating a sprain in children

A sprain happens when the ligament which is the elastic tissue connecting two bones, will over stretch or tears partially or completely. Children are susceptible to get a sprain because they perform lots of physical activities such as jumping, running and playing but they can also be sprained from accidents such as getting hit by moving objects. Sprains can happen in any areas of the body where there is a m ...

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Treating rhomboid muscle pain

Rhomboid muscle pain is pain felt between the shoulder blade and spine in the upper back. It is caused by straining, stretching or tearing of the rhomboids. The rhomboid has two parts – the minor rhomboid muscle and the major rhomboid muscle. Sudden movements, repetitive strain injuries and injuries to the muscle causes stretching or tearing of the rhomboid muscle and result to stiffness and pain under the ...

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Remedies for eye floaters

Eye floaters are spots moving though the field of vision. They look like black or grey, stringy or looks like a cobweb, they may drift or dash when moving the eyes. Eye floaters happen due to age related changes when the vitreous, a jelly-like substance found inside the eye, becomes liquid-like in consistency. This will result to microscopic fibers found inside the eyes to clump together and cause small sha ...

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Treatment for ulnar deviation

Ulnar deviation is an irregularity of the hands where there is a steady drifting of the wrist along with the fingers. The ulna is the bone of the forearm lateral to the little finger. The deviation is caused by chronic inflammation that results to wearing and tearing of capsule and ligament of the joint of the fingers and hand. The inflammation usually affects the metacarpophalangeal joints due to rheumatoi ...

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How to treat carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by nerve compression within the tunnel with carpal bones and transverse carpal ligament. It causes numbness, pain, tingling and weakening of the hand due to burden applied on the median nerve in the wrist. The median nerve and several tendons in the forearm and the hand runs through a tiny space in the wrist called the carpal tunne ...

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