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Why Do I Have Chills and Body Aches?
Why Do I Have Chills and Body Aches?

Get to the Bottom of These Common Signs of Illness With the COVID-19 pandemic, people are being more mindful than ever of their bodily symptoms. We are looking out for common immune system responses, and chills and body aches are two of the ways our immune systems ...

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  • Can Anxiety Affect Your Whole Body?

    How Anxiety Can Cause Joint and Muscle Pain Put simply, anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress. Most everyone experiences anxiety from time ...

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  • How to Relieve Lower Back Pain

    Common Causes of Lower Back Pain According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), lower back pain is the most common ...

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  • How to Strengthen Knees

    Common Causes of Weak Knees The knee is an area of the body that is especially vulnerable to injury because it is the joint between the two longest ...

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  • How to Reduce Chronic Pain

    Most Common Types of Chronic Pain Over 100 million Americans live with chronic pain. Chronic pain is considered pain that lasts for 12 weeks or ...

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  • What Part of the Body Heals the Slowest?

    Average Healing Times for Common Injuries Fibrous connective tissues like ligaments and tendons as well as bones, cartilage, and nerves tend to take ...

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  • Does the Graston Technique Break Up Scar Tissue?

    What to Expect From the Graston Method The Graston Technique® is a state-of-the-art treatment designed to help mobilize soft tissues with the help of ...

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  • Lumbar Rehabilitation Exercises

    What Causes Lumbar Spine Pain? The lumbar spine is the part of the lower back that makes up five vertebrae in the lower part of the spine, between the ...

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  • The Importance of Being Active After Knee Replacement Surgery

    For people whose knees lack sufficient cartilage to cushion the knee joint, life can be unbearably painful. The knees are weight-bearing joints, ...

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  • Physical Therapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy

    Cerebral palsy is a condition caused by brain damage and is generally used to describe a group of symptoms and disabilities that affect the ...

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