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Do you have pain in your joints or wonder how to stretch a running knee? Here you can read more about various diseases that cause problems with the joints.

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Joint Pain

It is common to have joint pain. The joint pain usually goes away by itself. Sometimes joint pain can be caused by a serious illness. You should seek care if a joint suddenly swells and you at the same time have a fever or feel very ill.

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Rheumatoid arthritis – RA

Rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, RA, is an inflammatory disease that often begins in small joints of the hands and feet. The joints swell, become sore and you get sore. Rheumatism cannot be cured, but with medication and physiotherapy the inflammation can be suppressed and the pain relieved.

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Knee Osteoarthritis

In the knee joint, the upper legs and lower legs meet. The leg ends are covered with cartilage that allows them to slide easily against each other. In osteoarthritis, the cartilage becomes uneven. Then it feels like the knee hooks up and it can snap and crack. The risk of getting hurt increases and the area around the knee can feel swollen and hot.

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Gout is a joint inflammation that comes in attacks and hurts a lot. Inflammation comes quickly, is very powerful and then usually heals completely within one to three weeks. You can get medications that prevent gout if you often get problems.

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Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, also known as frozen shoulder, means that you get a shoulder pain which after a while solidifies and leads to poorer mobility. This is because the joint capsule, which surrounds and stabilizes the shoulder joint, contracts and becomes rigid. Sometimes you also get frozen shoulder in the other shoulder.