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  1. Women's Knees: How to Avoid Injury

    Learn more from WebMD about knee injuries, which are far more common in women than in men, and how to avoid them.

  2. Arthritis Pain Management

    Learn how to manage arthritis pain.

  3. Pain Types and Classifications

    WebMD describes the classifications of pain and explains what characterizes each type.

  4. Heel Spurs

    Learn more from WebMD about heel spurs, including how they develop and how they are treated.

  5. Knee Problems and Injuries - Check Your Symptoms

    Check your symptoms of knee problems and injuries.

  6. Knee Problems and Injuries - Topic Overview

    Knee problems and injuries most often occur during sports or recreational activities, work - related tasks, or home projects.

  7. Knee Problems and Injuries - Prevention

    Tips to help prevent knee problems and injuries.

  8. Knee Problems and Injuries - Home Treatment

    Home treatment may help relieve pain, swelling, and stiffness in the knees.

  9. Knee Problems and Injuries - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Knee Problems and Injuries.

  10. Referred Shoulder Pain - Topic Overview

    Unexplained shoulder pain that does not change when you move your neck, shoulder, or arm or that occurs with symptoms elsewhere in your body (such as in your abdomen or chest) may be referred shoulder pain. Referred pain means that a problem exists somewhere else in the body other than where you feel the pain.Causes of referred shoulder pain may include:Abdominal problems, such as gallstones or pancreatitis. Pelvic problems, such as a ruptured ovarian cyst.Heart or blood vessel problems in which pain is more often felt in the left arm and shoulder, such as heart attack or inflammation around the heart (pericarditis).A lung problem, such as pneumonia, where pain may be felt throughout the shoulder, shoulder blade area, upper chest, upper arm, neck, and armpit. Pain is usually felt in the shoulder on the same side as the lung problem. Other conditions, such as herpes zoster (shingles), Paget's disease, or thoracic outlet syndrome.Other problems, such as gas from laparoscopic abdominal

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