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Don’t Be Spooked By Joint Pain This Halloween

Posted: Oct 28, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Halloween brings out the kid in all of us; lately it’s become more of a season than a one-day holiday, with people decorating their yards and planning multiple festivities. As such, it’s easy to get carried away and open up the big night to injury and health risks. Whether you live in a busy candy […] Read More...

Four Tips to Reduce Joint Pain at Work

Posted: Oct 18, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Eight hours behind a desk may not seem strenuous, but the work involved can take its toll on the body. Poor posture coupled with marathon writing or typing, to say nothing of high pressure situations that cause stress, can contribute to joint pain. When you neglect self-care during the workday, perhaps because of deadlines or […] Read More...

Joint Pain Management: What Doesn’t Work

Posted: Oct 16, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

When you deal with joint pain on a daily basis, be it as a result of illness or injury, priorities focus on programs and therapies designed to improve one’s quality of life. Health websites and other resources offer plenty of guidance regarding what can work in pain management, but sometimes it’s important to touch upon […] Read More...

Will a Flu Shot Affect Your Joint Pain?

Posted: Oct 5, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

With the beginning of flu season comes reminders to get your flu shot. Indeed, providers have made it simple to come in during a work break or on a weekend to get it done, though not everybody takes advantage. It’s natural to have concerns about the effects of vaccines, and if you have questions you […] Read More...

The Connection Between Joint Pain and PTSD

Posted: Sep 20, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

It is not uncommon for people who deal with regular joint pain to have other health issues. Whether joint pain is an additional symptom of a serious illness or medical problems arise from having arthritis or a joint-related injury, it’s important to be aware of everything you experience for proper treatment. Joint pain has connections […] Read More...

Take a Seat For Better Posture

Posted: Sep 13, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Sit up straight! Don’t slouch! These commands may bring back memories from elementary school, when teachers surveyed rows of desks in search for crimes against good posture. At the time, we had excuses – we were tired from getting up early, or we didn’t want to be in school. Hunched forward in our desks, we […] Read More...

The Connection Between Vaping and Joint Pain

Posted: Sep 6, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

If you smoke, and want to quit, any day is a great to begin. Whether you have smoked regularly for a short time or for years, completing a full day without a cigarette offers healthful benefits to your body. You lower the risk for heart attack, and your oxygen levels significantly improve. Getting to this […] Read More...

How Can Dairy Affect Your Joint Pain?

Posted: Aug 30, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Calcium supports strong bones. Calcium can help prevent bone loss and osteoporosis. Since childhood we’ve learned about the importance of bone health, which can contribute to one’s joint health. Naturally, dairy products are most associated with calcium, and while a recommended daily allowance of milk, yogurt, or cheese may contribute to the well-being of one’s […] Read More...

Joint Pain and Your Vision

Posted: Aug 16, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Opticians, optometrists, and others in the eye care field observe August as National Eye Exam Month. You may have seen more ads than usual about getting your eyes checked, along with information on taking care of your vision in the peak of summer. You may also wonder why a website for orthopaedic care would remind […] Read More...

Left-Handedness and Joint Health

Posted: Aug 9, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Does your inclination toward left or right-handedness determine your overall health? In four days “southpaws” around the world will celebrate International Left Handers Day – a fun time for recognition of the 10 percent of people who favor their left hand. Those of you who write, bowl, golf, and bat left-handed are likely more aware […] Read More...