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Shoulder Pain: What Could Be the Reason?

07 May, 2018

The shoulder is a ball and socket joint, wherein the ball (humeral head) is large and the socket (glenoid) is small, facilitating movement in an almost 360 degree arc. The two surfaces are covered by a polish (much like the paint on the wall) that reduces friction between the two surfaces when they glide against each other. Read More

5 Common Reasons Behind Knee Pain

07 May, 2018

A knee joint is made up of a thigh bone (femur), leg bone (tibia) and the patella (kneecap. Sandwiched between the thigh and leg bone are two cushions (the menisci) and 4 ropes (ligaments) that keep the bones together. Also the bony surfaces are covered by a 1 cm thick polish called cartilage that prevents friction between the bones when they glide over each other. Read More