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  1. Picture of the Feet

    WebMD's Feet Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the parts of the feet and explains their function.

  2. Picture of the Shoulder

    WebMD's Shoulder Anatomy Page provides an image of the parts of the shoulder and describes its function, shoulder problems, and more.

  3. Picture of the Knee

    WebMD's Knee Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the knee and its parts including ligaments, bones, and muscles.

  4. Picture of the Armpit

    WebMD discusess the anatomy of the armpit. Find a detailed diagram and information about the function of the parts of the armpit.

  5. Physical Therapy - Topic Overview

    What is physical therapy?Physical therapy is evaluation and treatment to help you prevent injury or to help you recover from disability caused by an injury, a disease, or a health condition. It can also slow or prevent a disability from getting worse. A physical therapist provides treatment by physical or mechanical means, such as through exercise, heat, or mild electrical current, and will also .

  6. Abdominal Pain, Age 12 and Older - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Abdominal Pain Aged 12 and Older.

  7. Abdominal Pain, Age 12 and Older - Prevention

    Abdominal pain can often be prevented. Develop regular bowel habits to prevent abdominal pain caused by constipation. Develop regular eating habits. Overeating is a common cause of abdominal pain.

  8. Office Ergonomics - Other Treatment

    Other treatments to relieve pain, prevent further injury, and return to normal activities include:Physical therapy, to relieve pain and maintain or improve strength and flexibility.Orthotic devices, such as wrist splints or a neck (cervical) collar, which may be worn at home to relieve stress and provide temporary support. Wrist splints should not be worn while you work because they can increase .

  9. Groin Problems and Injuries - Topic Overview

    The groin areas are located on each side of the body in the folds where the abdomen joins the legs. The pubic area lies between the two groin areas.

  10. Postoperative Problems - Topic Overview

    Many people do not feel well after surgery. Pain, nausea, and a lack of energy may occur even after a minor surgery.

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