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Healthy joints for life : an orthopedic surgeon's proven plan to reduce pain and inflammation, avoid surgery and get moving again

Author: Richard Diana
Publisher: Don Mills, Ontario : Harlequin, [2013]
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In this groundbreaking book, leading orthopedic surgeon and former NFL player Richard Diana, M.D., applies his unique experience and training to tackle join pain. Based on cutting-edge research that has clarified the crucial role of a molecule known as NFkB in regulating inflammation, Dr. Diana's proven eight-week program teaches you to harness the power of this research to reduce inflammation, relieve pain and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Diana
ISBN: 9780373892709 : 0373892705
OCLC Number: 830030375
Description: xv, 336 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Understanding joint pain. Inflammation : the cornerstone of disease ; Joints : how they work and what can go wrong ; Eat : foods that reduce joint pain ; Move : how exercise helps you move better and feel better --
The Healthy Joints Program : eight weeks to reduce pain and inflammation --
Appendix I. The cell science behind it all --
Appendix II. How the Healthy Joints for Life lifestyle works to battle heart disease and decrease cancer risk.
Responsibility: Richard Diana, M.D. ; with Sheila Curry Oakes.

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In this groundbreaking book, leading orthopedic surgeon and former NFL player Richard Diana, M.D., applies his unique experience and training to tackle join pain. Based on cutting-edge research that has clarified the crucial role of a molecule known as NFkB in regulating inflammation, Dr. Diana's proven eight-week program teaches you to harness the power of this research to reduce inflammation, relieve pain and rejuvenate your joints.

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