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Voice For Health – How One Thing Can Lead To Another

Dr. Freedman

Few things in life occur in isolation. Because the body is an interconnected structure, back pain is seldom limited to only the back. If left untreated, back pain can lead to osteoarthritis of the hips. In fact, an analysis of patients with low back pain shows that they experienced a higher incidence of hip osteoarthritis ...

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Voice For Health – Save Your Knees

Dr. Freedman

More than 700,000 knee-replacement procedures are performed annually in the United States, largely due to the chronic pain and disability caused by age-related “wear and tear” osteoarthritis. As Baby Boomers look to extend their active lifestyles beyond middle age, they may wonder if joint surgery is inevitable. Fortunately, research suggests that early conservative treatment may ...

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Voice For Health – Strike Up The Band

Dr. Freedman

Pain along the outer side of the knee, particularly among runners, is likely due to “iliotibial band syndrome.” This type of pain usually begins a few minutes into a run and progressively worsens until it forces the runner to stop. The cause of this pain is an overly tight iliotibial band, the hard band of ...

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Voice For Health – Running Into Trouble?

Dr. Freedman

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (“runner’s knee”) is a painful condition that often results from knee overuse. It involves the patella (kneecap), which is attached to the quadriceps and the shin bone and also fits into grooves in the end of the thigh bone (femur). With the repeated flexing of the knee that comes with running or ...

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