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Are you having trouble with pain in the front of one, or both, of your knees and you don't recall any injury? Well, you may well have what is known as Patellofemoral Syndrome.
Are you having pain in your elbow, especially when you move your wrist or grasp something, even a door knob?
Look here for answers about
Tennis Elbow
Does getting out of bed every day feel like you have stepped on a tack in your heel? You may well be suffering from Plantar Fasciitis.
Go here for ways to get better.
Have you twisted your ankle while running or a misstep down stairs?
Check out
Ankle Sprains for answers.
Pain in your shoulder or upper arm? But, you don't recall any injury?
Have a look at
Shoulder Pain for some ideas on how to make it better.
If you're an avid runner or cyclist, especially if you've been doing hills, and now have pain along the outside of your knee or hip, could be Iliotibial Band Syndrome.