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Knees: The Most Vulnerable Joint in the Body

June 01, 2015

Doctors agree, the knee joint is the most vulnerable joint in your body. Whether it is due to trauma, overuse, or wearing the wrong kind of shoes, there are a number of ways your knees can be harmed or afflicted. Sprains, inflammation of the bursitis, arthritis, torn cartilage, torn tendons, and so many other issues can occur. The best bet is to stretch and monitor your knees in order to get the treatment they need. For more on various knee ailments, click here:: Family Health: Knees most vulnerable joint in body

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