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Isometric stretching — In this type of stretching, you get into a static stretch position, then gently contract the stretched muscle.
Sprained ankle - Mayo Clinic Sprained ankle Print Sections Sprained ankle A sprained ankle is the stretching or tearing of ankle ligaments, which support the joint by connecting bones to each other.
For most people, treatment of patellar tendinitis begins with physical therapy to stretch and strengthen the muscles around the knee.
Regular, steady stretching exercises can reduce muscle spasm and help lengthen the muscle-tendon unit.
Watch: Kick your way to a deep leg and hip stretch .
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Eyestrain - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Eyestrain is a common condition that occurs when your eyes get tired from intense use, such as while driving long distances or staring at computer screens and other digital devices. Eyestra...
Forcefully stretching the contracted muscle relieves the pain.
Anterior prolapse, also known as a cystocele (SIS-toe-seel), occurs when the supportive tissue between a woman's bladder and vaginal wall weakens and stretches, allowing the bladder to bulge into the vagina.
The ventricle stretches and thins (dilates) and can't pump blood as well as a healthy heart can.
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