" "

Category: News

Joint Pain and the Change in Seasons

Posted: Mar 22, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Spring has arrived! Depending on where you live, however, it may not officially feel like spring yet. Eventually, we’ll experience warmer weather and have the opportunity to spend more time outside. For people dealing with varying degrees of joint pain, the change in scenery through outdoor walks and exercise may help, but it’s important to […] Read More...

The Link Between Toxicity and Joint Pain

Posted: Mar 15, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

Since 1961, National Poison Prevention Week has helped raise awareness of toxins that occur naturally and appear in household products. According to the National Capital Poison Center, nearly 7 of every 1,000 adults in the U.S. were reported exposed to some type of poison in 2017, while 39 of every 1,000 children were affected. (source) […] Read More...

The Importance of Pain Management for Older Women

Posted: Mar 8, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

International Women’s Day, celebrated today, is a time to reflect on how women have contributed to world culture, science, and politics. Today, like any day, it’s also good to consider the well-being of women, especially older women who may require more care. As women enter the menopausal stage, joint pain management becomes a greater concern. […] Read More...

Should You Watch Your Caffeine Intake for Joint Pain?

Posted: Mar 1, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

As we begin Caffeine Awareness Month, some of us may be holding a steaming mug of dark roast, trying not to think of how our daily pick-me-up effects us. If you have a love-hate relationship with coffee, or any drink with a substantial amount of caffeine, you may alternately think of cutting down while looking […] Read More...

Can Too Much Sugar Cause Joint Pain?

Posted: Feb 21, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

The next time you experience pain when you flex your fingers or bend your knees, you should reconsider turning to your favorite soda or sweet snack for comfort. Recent studies confirm a link between joint pain and sugar intake. Dr. Henry Nuss, a health nutritional scientist at Louisiana State University, recently appeared on WVUE-TV news […] Read More...

3 Tips to Ease Shoulder Pain

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

Whether you spend forty hours a week at a desk or engage in physical labor as part of your job, consider yourself at risk for joint pain. It’s common to experience stiffness in the back and neck after a long day, and shoulder pain is also a likely discomfort – in conjunction with other aches […] Read More...

Add Some Spice to Your Life, and Reduce Joint Pain

Posted: Feb 8, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

While we’ve recently enjoyed warm days, winter isn’t quite through with our area yet. Cold mornings and severe temperature drops in the evening can meddle with our daily comfort. We have discussed ways one can ease the aches of arthritis and other types of joint pain during the winter, and for those interested in more […] Read More...

The Link Between Joint Pain and Heart Disease

Posted: Feb 1, 2019 | by admin | 0 Comment

With February designated as American Heart Month, health sites and blogs will focus on issues involving heart disease, from statistics to exercise and nutrition tips for illness prevention. If you suffer arthritis or joint pain, you may not give too much thought to heart ailments, especially if a recent checkup indicates no problems in that respect. […] Read More...

The Benefits of Joint Resurfacing

Posted: Jan 25, 2019 | by Kat | 0 Comment

It’s not uncommon for a professional athlete to retire at a relatively young age. Many cite the amount of strain and play-related injury inflicted on their bodies as a leading factor in hanging up cleats, rackets, and uniforms. Recently, tennis champion Andy Murray announced retirement pending later this year. While 31 seems too soon to leave […] Read More...

4 Types of Knee Pain: When to See a Doctor

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

If you feel stiffness or mild pain in your knee during the winter months, your first instinct might be to dismiss it as a weather-related discomfort. It’s important, however, to pay attention to the severity and location of the pain, as well as duration. While the new year brings aches and soreness following resolutions to […] Read More...