For those with joint pain, arthritis or mobility problems, exercise is usually the last thing on their minds. Joint pain can make even the smallest movements quite painful, and swollen joints or other mobility problems can definitely severely limit the range of movement one can make.
However, although it may seem ironic, new studies have shown that exercise is proving to be one of the most effective methods of combating joint pain, stiffness and other forms of mobility issues. A …Read more
As I eagerly thumb these words into my iPhone, I keep glancing up wide-eyed at my mother swimming in her indoor condo pool with my two young sons. Splashing and laughing, my 70 year old mother picks up my three year old son and swings him around the pool, and then quickly swims away for cover as my six year old starts to playfully splash at her in retaliation.
This scene may seem like just another Sunday visit to Grandma’s …Read more
The other night I was sitting in my study flipping through my usual medical journals, which I do to keep myself on top of all of the latest scientific findings. I find this process oddly relaxing, and it’s one of my favorite things to do. But when I saw the headline of one particular study, I nearly spilled the mug of tea I was holding all over my desk. Let me tell you why.
Tea is the most highly consumed …Read more
While many people run to their doctors for pain medication at the first sign of joint pain, it’s becoming increasingly common for people to seek out homeopathic remedies to treat pain without the need for medication. And the good news is that there are various ways to naturally treat pain which will help you to enjoy a pain-free lifestyle.
Joints are found throughout your body, forming the connections between your bones. The …Read more