Tag Archives: Arthritis
In case you missed it, here is Bel Marra Health’s weekly health news roundup, featuring information on arthritis treatment, diabetic kidney disease, and numbness and tingling in the legs.
Researchers from Washington University in St.… Read More
Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Day is Wednesday, February 22, 2017, and in recognition, we’ve gathered some of Bel Marra Health’s most recent articles with tips on aging, joint health, bladder health, and heart health.
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Osteoarthritis (degenerative arthritis) is a type of arthritis where the cartilage wears away, and it is usually associated with aging. There can be inflammation in osteoarthritis, but it is not a major characteristic of the condition, so a person who simply… Read More
Although you feel pain in your lower back, the origin of that pain may begin in the groin, thighs, knee, or buttocks. Unfortunately, determining the origin of pain can be a difficult task for many doctors, as symptoms can greatly… Read More
A new clinical review conducted by orthopedic surgeons has discovered that misdiagnosis of common foot and ankle injuries often leads to poor long-term patient outcomes, such as arthritis and disability. Six of the most often misdiagnosed injuries are snowboarder’s fractures,… Read More
Thumb arthritis can cause pain in the thumb joint and is the most common form of osteoarthritis that affects the hands. This pain may occur in the basal joint, where the fleshy part of your thumb meets your wrist and… Read More
You’ve most likely heard the phrase, “Don’t crack your knuckles or you’ll get arthritis.” This may have stopped you for the time being, but when no one was around, you probably went right back to it.
But does the saying… Read More
Osteoarthritis – the most common type of arthritis in the shoulder – is basically a degenerative condition of the joint. Rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory arthritis can affect the shoulder joint as well, but it’s a rare occurrence.
In osteoarthritis, the… Read More
In arthritis patients, even moderate physical activity can improve function in the arthritic limb. It is recommended that American adults partake in 150 minutes of physical activity a week, but unfortunately only one in 10 older adults with knee arthritis… Read More
Taking care of your joint health should be a priority, especially when you hear about the millions of people living with arthritis. Arthritis is really a term used to describe a lot of joint pain or joint diseases. There are… Read More
Managing arthritis during the holidays is important because arthritis pain and complications can really put a damper on your festive plans. When you’re bogged down by pain and stiffness you can’t enjoy the holidays to the fullest. To save you… Read More
“A broccoli serving a day will keep osteoarthritis away.” This may seem like a far-fetched statement, and truth be told, it is a bit of an exaggeration, but there is mounting evidence that there’s some truth behind it.
Considering the… Read More