More of Alternative Therapies For Arthritis Patients



I found the following report entitled: Beyond the Pill Bottle: Alternative Arthritis Therapies which emphasizes the benefits of alternative therapies for arthritis patients. "Beyond the pill bottle" … [Read more...]


Cherries May Be Natural Arthritis Pain Relief



In lieu of Arthritis Awareness Month this May, it is being said so many times (in practically every report on arthritis that's coming out) 1 in 5 Americans have arthritis or that's 46 million adults … [Read more...]


May is Arthritis Awareness Month



May isn't just Spring and therefore a month of flowers, but it is also the Arthritis Awareness Month in the United States of America (USA). According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … [Read more...]


Manuka Honey For Arthritic Pain Relief



What do you rub on your joints for arthritic pain relief? I have always relied on Efficascent Oil (Methyl Salicylate Camphor + Menthol) -- which could be available under different brand names in other … [Read more...]


Regular Exercise, Natural Arthritis Pain Reliever



Exercise, in arthritis patients, is rather tricky. It is all about finding the right kind (and frequency ) of exercise that will not be extraneous to the patient suffering from arthritis. Exercise … [Read more...]


Arthritis Drug Celebrex® and Arrhythmia



The COX-2 inhibitor and a popular arthritis drug Celebrex® is maybe inducing arrhythmia (irregular beating of the heart) as shown in laboratory studies. A product of Pfizer - Celebrex® - is an NSAID … [Read more...]


Missing The Beach and Sand Therapy



It has been more than a month since I last been to the beach for my sand therapy. The holidays and the rainy season prevented me from doing so. In an old post, I have discussed the benefits of sand … [Read more...]


Some Tips for Easing Arthritic Pain



Published in The Indianapolis Star are some tips for easing arthritis pain suggested by Dr. John Hur, Methodist Sports Medicine/Orthopedic Specialists: Shape up The more you weigh, the more stress … [Read more...]


New Blog in The Blogroll: HelpMyHurt.com



Arthritis patients live with pain, right? So I guess it is just fitting that I add in this blog's blogroll, b5media's pain management blog - Help My Hurt - written by Marijke. I would like to … [Read more...]


Beach Therapy For Arthritic Pain?



Where I am, in 20 minutes we'll be at the beach. But then for some reason, I do not go there as often as one would think. My lack of own car is not an excuse, around here public transpos such as the … [Read more...]


Leech Therapy Against Arthritis Pain



These days, leeches have medicinal use such as treatment of blood clotting problems after surgery. Now, in a study lead by Dr. Gustav J. Dobos from Kliniken Essen-Mitte, found that leech saliva … [Read more...]


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