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What is causing your pain?

Jan. 9, 2013
 
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Sean Hagwell
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Myth: The place where I feel pain is the the cause of the pain.

Fact: Bodies are complex and often the location of pain may be misleading. A problem in one part of the body can show up as pain in other locations. For example, knee pain might be the result of a weak hip. To find the root of pain, see a specialist for a movement assessment.

Source: Elisabeth Willner, The Coloradoan

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