Recognizing Common Arthritis Symptoms



It can be scary going to the doctor, but you can be in and out quicker if you are able to give your doctor accurate descriptions of you problem. Be sure to tell him or her when the problem started … [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...]


Unlocking the Mysteries of Joint Paint May Lead to New Treatments



The mechanics and mysteries of joint pain are being unlocked by Dr. Gail Thornton by linking the joints and tendons (throughout the body that allows movement) to towering skyscrapers and large bridges … [Read more...]


Heat-Holding Knee Sleeve May Alleviate Arthritis Pain



According to preliminary testing of a team from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, a heat-retaining sleeve worn around the knee is useful in reducing joint pain and stiffness … [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...]


Recognizing Common Arthritis Symptoms



It can be scary going to the doctor, but you can be in and out quicker if you are able to give your doctor accurate descriptions of you problem. Be sure to tell him or her when the problem started … [Read more...]


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