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Stretching, using heel cup, therapy or medication.
There are no obvious causes to frozen shoulders; but some factors might attribute to it, such as diabetic & gall bladder problems.
Stiff neck is rampant in today’s society due to most of us having a “desk bound job”. Thus, to reduce stiff necks, it is essential to maintain a good posture, daily exercise regime, and reduce or avoid stress.
It varies from 4-6 months and it depends on how an individual respond to the injection.
More precaution will be taken such as antibiotics, etc.
Bow legged-ness is a knee problem where one is more severe than the other. It can be straightened by going for operation.
It’s not a problem, if you find it comfortable, but from time to time you might want to take it off & see if there’s any difference. If there aren’t any, chances are you probably don’t need it.
Surgery should be your last option. It is advisable to go through a period of medicine, resting, change of lifestyle, better weight management, injections and physiotherapy, before you consider the option of surgery.
Chiropractor could be an alternative medium, if it works go ahead. If it doesn’t, you can try physiotherapy.
Our knee will respond to stress of strain and will react accordingly. The more you exercise, the better it will be. To not exercise at all however, will damage the cartilage.
It definitely won’t become rusty. It does however become loose, but only after 20-25 years or so.