Arthritis

Common Types of Injuries in the Workplace

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Employees are constantly at risk of becoming injured, especially in high risk job fields. No matter what type of job you might have, there are several common types of injuries that you should be particularly weary about. Read More…

Treating Scoliosis with Chiropractic Techniques

(Guest post by Alex Bonari)

Millions of children, teens and adults are diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis each year. It can be a debilitating disease that has been known to cause lung, heart and digestive problems if gone untreated. Years ago, there were basically only two options if diagnosed with scoliosis, to be put into a back brace 23 hours a day, 7 days a week or surgery, which consists of two long metal rods being bolted to the spine, causing a whole new set of difficulties. Read More…

New Research Shows How Rheumatoid Arthritis Spreads

A recent study published in Natural Medicine suggests that cells surrounding joints that are afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis may travel through the bloodstream causing joint soreness in other joints. This is the reason that many people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis tend to notice that over time the disease spreads to other areas of their body if left untreated. Read More…

Got Joint Soreness?…Walking can be as Effective as Jogging

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About 1 out of 5  people in the U.S. suffer from some form of docter-diagnosed arthritis which can cause joint soreness, stiffness, and pain. Needless to say, joint soreness and pain caused by arthritis doesn’t make it easy for these people to exercise – especially any form of running workout or jogging exercise. There are, however, alternatives to running and jogging on the treadmill that can be equally as effective at burning calories but without the jarring impact on your joints that running or jogging on a treadmill can cause. Read More…

Psoriatic Arthritis Symptoms, Treatments & Natural Cures

Psoriatic arthritis is a form of arthritis that affects some people who have psoriasis, a serious skin condition. The condition usually develops after the appearance of skin lesions on your skin, but not always, and it seems to target the fingers and toes most frequently. Psoriatic arthritis has no known cures, but there are ways to control the joint pain, swelling, and stiffness Read More…

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