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  • 7 Core Exercises to Relieve Back and Hip Arthritis Pain

    When you do core-building exercises, you strengthen the muscles in your abdomen and back. Strong core muscles take pressure off your spine and hip joints, which can help reduce arthritis pain and prevent additional joint damage.

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  • Is My Hip Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

    When something goes wrong in the hip joint, there are a lot of possible culprits: bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and more. Just as with low back pain, the source of hip pain can be difficult to pinpoint.

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  • Walking: The Best Way to Start Getting Active with Arthritis

    If you have arthritis and do not exercise regularly, try walking. Walking is the best way to begin the transition from inactivity to activity—even if you have arthritis in a weight-bearing joint like your knee or hip.

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  • Is Outpatient Hip Replacement Right for You?

    If you’re considering hip replacement surgery, your doctor may give you the option to have outpatient surgery. Outpatient surgery, also called same-day surgery, refers to surgery that does not require you to be admitted to a hospital. Most likely, you will be discharged home on the same calendar day as your hip replacement; in some instances, you may spend an over-night in the hospital or surgical center without being officially admitted to a hospital.

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  • How Dog Walking Injuries Are Increasing Among Older Adults

    "I was just walking around, doing what I normally do," is what a dog might say after his or her walker has gotten injured. Of course, most of us don't understand doggish, doggian, doggese, or most types of dog language. But based on findings in a research letter published in JAMA Surgery, more and more dogs may have had more and more explaining to do.

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