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Diseases, Conditions & Treatment

Old injuries don’t mean the pain is gone. Sometimes, the soreness keeps coming back. Joints, specifically, don’t heal well from surgery or trauma. Many people still feel that throbbing pain, stiffness, and dull sensation. But, why do old injuries hurt so much that it keeps you from partaking in daily activities?   When the pain of old injuries lingers, it could only be mean as a sign of wrong or incomplete healing from the treatment. While some strains, wounds, and...
If you’re someone who regularly exercises, then a sudden injury will make you feel frustrated for not being able to workout. That feeling of hopelessness is something you can’t deal with, but, being at rest is your new norm.   Getting into an accident is not something you see yourself into. But since this is your new norm, you got to make the best of it. But what happens to your body now you’ve stopped exercising?   What Happens to...
A groin strain is an injury or a tear to any of the adductor muscles of the thigh. In human anatomy, the adductor muscles of the hip are a group of muscles of the thigh, mostly used for bringing the legs together. Martial arts practitioners, soccer and hockey players, skiers, and Olympic weightlifters are the most common athletes who experience groin strain.   There are five groin muscles in a human's body; three of them are called the "short adductors,"...
A groin strain, or sometimes called as a groin pull, results from putting too much stress on muscles in your crotch and thigh. If these tissues are tensed too vigorously or too suddenly, they might get over-stretched and torn. This muscular tear or rupture is very common to athletes or people who play sports that require leg movement. Games that demand running and jumping such as ice hockey, soccer, fencing, and football, have the highest risk of going strain.  ...
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