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 The Description of a CV Joint?

Answer CV stands for constant velocity. The CV joints in cars are mean to ensure that power is delivered evenly to the wheels at all times, no matter what position the steering is in or how the car is rid... Read More »
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My left knee joint moved leftis it joint disallocation?

Ok. Listen sometimes life throws us a curveball. I think you just got one. Your best bet is to use the RICE treatment. Stay off of it for 3 to 5 days as much as you can. http://prokneepainrelief.co... Read More »
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How come so many doctors view temporomandibular joint dysfunction TMJ as a psychiatric problem when all it is is a jaw joint dislocation?

AnswerUnfortunatly not all doctors or dentist know enough about TMJ to come with the correct diagnosis.If a doctor tells you that you have psychiatric problems, the best thing is consult someone else.
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What Kind of Joint Is the Atlanto-Axial Joint?

The atlanto-axial joint occurs between the atlas and the axis bones, which are the first two cervical vertebrae of the spine. It is a compound synovial joint; that is, it moves freely and is compos... Read More »
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Can a burn near a joint case joint pain?

It couldn't cause joint pain. It can burn the muscle which can tighten up the tendon to make pains within the joint area but they aren't from the joint. So yes and no.
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