Bring Some Balance To Your Back

Bring Some Balance To Your Back

Stop what you’re doing right now. Seriously, take a pause and evaluate how you’re reading this. Are your shoulders rounded forward? Chin down? Head tilted forward? Many of us inadvertently sit like this at our computers, laptops and when holding our phones. Even when we have the best intentions to sit up straight, we’ve trained our back muscles to slouch.

How a Knee Arthroscopy can Relieve Your Pain

Our knees take a lot abuse throughout our lives. They hold our weight, our balance and lend their mobility to allow us to dance, sit, jog and basically every other type of activity involving movement. As we age, that abuse adds up, as well as a decrease in collagen, and our knees start giving us pain. When this happens your surgeon may recommend a knee arthroscopy to diagnose the problem.

How To Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you’ve ever woken up in the middle of the night with tingling or numbness in your hand, you know what it feels like to have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). This problem affects the wrists and hands, making even simple tasks hard to do. While tingling and numbness are the most common symptoms, some sufferers also have hand pain or even a weakened grip. The good news is CTS can be treated and controlled.

Knee Replacement Surgery: What you need to know

You feel it every time you climb a stair, kneel to pick up a paper or stand from a seated position, that ache from your worn or injured knee joint. Many knee pain suffers live with this constant, frustrating pain but they don’t need to. According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine, nearly 5 million men and women have had knee replacement surgery where part or all the joint is replaced. And, more than likely, those 5 million are now living pain-free.

Turmeric: The Wonder Spice For Inflammation And Arthritis

Search online for a natural solution for inflammation and nine times out of 10 turmeric will be at the top of the list. This spice, widely used in southeast Asia, is commonly called “Indian Saffron” because of its golden, yellow color. It is valued for its extraordinary, anti-inflammatory properties and has been used for centuries to treat breathing problems, rheumatism, pain, and fatigue.

Get Relief From Arthritis Pain This Winter

Chilled to the bone. Frozen to the bone. And, “I can feel the cold in my bones.” These are all common quips that are casually thrown around during winter months. But for arthritis sufferers, these can be very true, painful statements when temperatures drop. Many of those with osteoarthritis, where joint cartilage breaks down causing pain or stiffness, claim the change in weather causes even more tenderness and pain in joints.