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Here you can read more about the problems and diseases of the joints, muscles and skeletons.

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Gout

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.

DiseasesHipsSkeletons, joints and muscles

Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip arthrosis means you get hurt from the groin area as you move. You get less mobility in the hip as the cartilage and joint surface change and thinning. Cartilage is a type of tissue that allows the bones of the skeleton to slide against each other. It gives the load and distributes the load evenly in the joint. Hip arthritis is one of the most common joint diseases.

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Hip Joint Dislocation in Newborns

Congenital hip dislocation is also known as congenital hip joint instability. This means that the ball can easily be moved out of its normal position. Sometimes one or both hip joints may be in the wrong position when the baby is born. The hip joints are examined on all newborn babies at BB.

DiseasesOsteoporosisSkeletons, joints and muscles

Osteoporosis

You can more easily get bone fractures if you have osteoporosis and a weaker skeleton. The most common are leg fractures in the wrists, hips, vertebrae or upper arms. Osteoporosis is because the balance between the breakdown and build-up of bones in the body is disrupted, so that more bones are broken down than what is being rebuilt. You can reduce the risk of osteoporosis by being physically active and not smoking.

DiseasesLegs and feetSkeletons, joints and muscles

Transient Toe

If a toe is over the toe closest to it, it is called an overbearing toe. Most often the reason is that you also have an oblique big toe, hallux valgus. On an oblique large toe the toe tip points towards the other toes on the same foot. If the big toe is very oblique it can fold under or over the next toe.