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Joint-Hypermobility-Syndrome
Health
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Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome: Diagnosis, Causes and Pain Management. Joint Hypermobility Syndrome Definition Joint hypermobility syndrome ( JHS ) is a condition of the articulations that have a range of motion wider than the physiological one. Patients affected by joint hypermobility syndrome have very flexible joints and generally, it causes pain and stiffness in the joints

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Muscles Functions
Sports Science
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Muscle Biomechanics: Biceps Brachii Muscle

This is the first post of a long series of posts that will reveal the lesser-known functions of our muscles.
Almost every muscle in our musculoskeletal system performs more than one movement related to one or two joints.
Specifically, this post will analyze the functions of the Biceps Brachii

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Sports Massage to cure knee pain
Sports Science
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Can sports massage cure a knee injury?

Most of the time, people think that their knee pain or injury is a structural issue of the knee and that a sports therapy such as a sports massage is useless. Actually, 70-80% of the cases of knee pain are functional issues that a sports massage can resolve completely.

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Sports Performance
Sports Science
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Can Sports Therapy Improve Sports Performance?

Can Sports Therapy Improve Sports Performance? For most people, sports therapy is synonymous with sports rehabilitation after an injury or muscle pain. But sports therapy, such as a sports massage, can be an excellent tool for increasing sports performance. Sports massage, for example, if It is carried out with the right approach, can increase muscle

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Foot Anatomy
Health
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Five Golden Tips For The Foot Health

  Very often we don’t give much importance to our feet and their care. But we should understand that the feet are the pillars of our posture, so small problems or variations in their structure can cause large variations in our entire body posture or be the cause of other problems. For example, a small

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Prevention-Post-Image-Mr Salus Sporting Lab
Sports Science
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Prevention is Better Than Cure

Most of us are used to requesting treatment for our body only after getting an injury. But this is not the best way to take care of our body. The injury is often caused by the accumulation, over time, of stress or micro-traumas of our musculoskeletal system. In fact, one of the most common muscle

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Spine's Structure
Health
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Why do We Get Back Pain?

Deformations of the spine structure can produce many issues that can compromise its normal function, such as bulging or herniated disc.

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