Bone and Skeletal Problems

Broken jaw

Broken jaw

A broken jaw is a common facial injury that occurs due to a direct force or trauma to the jawbone. The joint known as temporomandibular joint is responsible for connecting the jaw to the skull becomes cracked, broken, or unhinged. A broken jaw can cause several problems and discomfort when it comes to eating

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Ways of treating fibrositis

Fibrositis is inflammation of the muscle sheaths, muscles and connective-tissue layers of the bone, muscles, tendons and joints. It affects the muscular areas of the lower back, neck, shoulder, arm, hips, thighs and chest. Adults ages 30-60 years old are susceptible to this condition and affects women more than men. Symptoms of fibrositis Severe

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