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Get moving, feel better.
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You’re more likely to be getting the right mix of beneficial vitamins, minerals, and nutrients if your diet includes an assortment of foods rich in the good things your bones and joints need.

https://sanjoseorthopediccenter.com/5-foods-that-are-good-for-your-bones-and-joints/
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Boosting bone strength requires you to get more vitamin D.

Most people already know that getting plenty of calcium is essential to keep bones strong. But did you also know that vitamin D is just as important? As a powerful fat-soluble nutrient, vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium.

Vitamin D goes a step further and also reduces inflammation throughout your body. Take this quiz to find out if you're getting enough vitamin D, or if you need to talk with Dr. Panero about taking supplements: https://goo.gl/pobUhw

#vitamind #sunshinevitamin #strongbones #calcium
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A team of scientists has designed a new weapon to use in the war against bone metastases.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320372.php
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Common Gymnastics and Cheering Injuries - Wrists, Shoulders, Ankles and Neck The different turns, twists, flip and landings may lead to injuries. Tears in the shoulder tendons and ligaments, elbow dislocations and wrist sprains are common. Competitors also can fracture, sprain and strains of knees and ankles. Serious injuries to the head, neck and spine do happen although rare. To help prevent injuries please have proper conditioning and plenty of rest. If you are hurt, please tell your coach and take a break.
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Have a wonderful holiday season!
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Could joint replacement be right for you? Learn more about how we perform this procedure: http://sanjoseorthopediccenter.com/treatments/joint-replacement/
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Someone needs to upload this one to Instagram. 😄
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Exercise helps keep joints flexible and strong. It can also help you lose weight, which takes pressure off aching joints. Every pound you lose takes 4 pounds of pressure off your knees and 6 pounds off your hips.

https://www.webmd.com/osteoarthritis/ss/everyday-exercises-for-oa-slideshow
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#WellnessWednesday Keep your bones healthy and strong by adding calcium-rich foods to your diet.
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