Arthritis Pain

19 Jul, 2021

Three reasons you might need surgery for degenerative arthritis

People who talk about something that’s degenerating generally aren’t referring to something positive. That’s especially true when they’re talking about degenerative arthritis.  A more common name for this type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, and it tends to occur due to natural, age-related joint wear and tear. A medical report on arthritis shows that this condition

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3 Mar, 2021

Three ways physical therapy can benefit those with neck arthritis pain

The neck contains many soft tissue structures and joints that can wear out as you age. When this happens, it’s often referred to as cervical osteoarthritis. This condition can lead to pain when doing normal daily activities.  Millions of Americans will end up having to deal with neck osteoarthritis at some point. In fact, medical

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7 Nov, 2020

How physical therapy for hip arthritis can help you get through your day

Have you recently been diagnosed with hip arthritis? It can be discouraging to be told you have hip arthritis, because there is no cure for this condition. However, there are treatments that can help manage the pain and stiffness and improve your quality of life. Treatments for hip arthritis vary depending on the severity of

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5 Sep, 2020

Three benefits of treating arthritis pain with physical therapy

Arthritis causes pain and stiffness that limits your mobility and affects your grip strength. In other words, it makes your daily life much more challenging. While there is no cure for arthritis, there are treatments that help manage the pain and reduce the stiffness. Treatments for arthritis vary depending on its severity and other factors,

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2 Sep, 2020

Overcoming hip and knee pain caused by arthritis

Arthritis is one of the most common causes of chronic hip and knee pain in American adults. As arthritis breaks down the cartilage in your joints, it makes your daily life much more challenging. It becomes more difficult to enjoy your favorite hobbies, get your work done, or even do simple tasks like changing clothes

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2 Jul, 2020

Four ways to treat arthritis pain

You have more options than ever for treating the day-to-day aches and pains of arthritis in the current generation of medicine. When combined with professionally monitored physical therapy, you can use all of the following tips to relieve the symptoms of arthritis while improving the strength and the mobility of your muscles. A weight loss

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1 Jun, 2020

Tips to make living easier when you have arthritis in the knees

Pain in your knees when you first wake up. Pain when you move too much or too little. Difficulty walking your dog or playing with your grandkids. All these issues can make living with knee arthritis difficult.  Living with this issue can be isolating, but you should keep in mind that you’re not alone. In

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4 Mar, 2020

What it feels like to have arthritis in your hips and why you need treatment

Arthritis in the hips affects millions of people each year, so it’s understandable if you’re wondering whether your aches and pains could be a sign of this condition. Arthritis in the hips typically develops due to the natural breakdown of cartilage that causes increased bone-on-bone contact. This in turn leads to inflammation and a range

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7 Jan, 2020

Four tips for living with arthritis in the back to help Gretna, LA, patients find relief

Arthritis can affect nearly any joint in our body, including the large number of joints found in the spine. To allow for basic flexibility and movement, the individual vertebrae in the spine are connected by sets of facet joints. Due to the tremendous stress we place on our spines every day, combined with age-related changes,

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4 Dec, 2019

Is walking good for arthritis in the knee?

As we get older, we’re all prone to increasing aches, pains and stiffness. This is because with time, our bodies begin to lose water content, which makes our muscles and connective tissue less elastic. It also makes the protective cartilage that allows for smooth joint motion more brittle, leading to increased bone-on-bone contact and inflammation.

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