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  • Early Symptoms of Osteoarthritis

    Early Symptoms of Osteoarthritis

    What is osteoarthritis? - Osteoarthritis (OA) is a form of degenerative joint pain caused by wear and tear on your joints. As you age, the cartilage that cushions your joints starts to wear down, causing the bones to rub together. The bone-on-bone action leads to inflammation of the joints. OA most commonly affects the joints in your arms and legs, including your fingers, wrists, knees, ankles, and hips. The lower back is also a common source of OA pain. Let your doctor know if you’re experiencing the following early symptoms of OA.

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  • Quick Back Pain Tips for Airplane Rides

    Quick Back Pain Tips for Airplane Rides

    Flying with chronic low back pain? There are steps you can take both before and during your flight to better manage your back pain. Let’s get started with some things you can do prior to your flight. 1. Ask your doctor to help. Your doctor is one of your best advocates when preparing for a vacation.

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  • Benefits of CBD Oil

    Benefits of CBD Oil

    CBD oil benefits list - Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product that’s derived from cannabis. It’s a type of cannabinoid, which are the chemicals naturally found in marijuana plants. Even though it comes from marijuana plants, CBD doesn’t create a “high” effect or any form of intoxication — that’s caused by another cannabinoid, known as THC.

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  • Stages of Knee Osteoarthritis

    Stages of Knee Osteoarthritis

    Stages of osteoarthritis - Osteoarthritis (OA) is divided into five stages. Stage 0 is assigned to a normal, healthy knee. The highest stage, 4, is assigned to severe OA. OA that has become this advanced is likely to cause significant pain and disrupt joint movement.

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  • Tips for Your Work Station and Office Chair

    Tips for Your Work Station and Office Chair

    Did you know a desk job could be hazardous to your health? Sitting too much emerged as a serious health issue in the U.S. last year. Instead of sitting all day, consider alternating standing and sitting at work. Many new adjustable desks make this easier than ever. While you are seated, make sure you are doing all you can to ensure the health of your spine.

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  • Q & A about CBD Oil

    Q & A about CBD Oil

    What is CBD? - It’s short for cannabidiol, and it’s a natural compound found in both marijuana and hemp plants. There’s some evidence that it might help treat pain, seizures, and some other health problems. But much more research is needed for doctors to know for sure what it can do.

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  • How Cervical Selective Nerve Root Blocks Can Ease Neck Pain

    How Cervical Selective Nerve Root Blocks Can Ease Neck Pain

    A pinched nerve in your neck (cervical spine) may result in neck, shoulder, and/or arm pain. In response, your doctor may advise you to get a cervical nerve root block injection to help locate the nerve that is pinched, and also to relieve your pain. A pinched nerve in your neck may be caused by a cervical herniated disc, a cervical degenerated disc, or spinal stenosis (narrowing of your spinal canal).

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  • First Aid for Your Back

    First Aid for Your Back

    First aid for episodes of back and neck pain can work surprisingly well. Here are some of the most effective first aid treatments you can try at home. Pain medication - Two main types of medications can be very helpful for relieving many types of back pain: acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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  • 2 - Bad Mattress or Bad Back? Facet Arthritis Symptoms

    2 - Bad Mattress or Bad Back? Facet Arthritis Symptoms

    Possible causes - Some factors increase your risk for developing facet arthritis and the aches and pains associated with it. They include Osteoarthritis: Having a joint problem in your hand or foot doesn’t mean you’ll develop arthritis in your spine. However, joints that are not aligned due to inflammatory arthritis, injury, or subsequent arthritis can lead to greater wear and tear or damage to other joints. That’s why having osteoarthritis somewhere in your body can ultimately lead to arthritis in the joints of your spine.

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  • Treatment - Cartilage, Joints, and the Aging Process

    Treatment - Cartilage, Joints, and the Aging Process

    Treatment - OA doesn’t have a cure. Instead, the goal of treatment is to manage pain and then reduce contributing causes that make symptoms of OA worse. The first step in treating OA is to decrease pain. This is often done with a combination of medications, exercise, and physical therapy. Treatment for OA is often tailored to a person’s lifestyle and what triggers pain and soreness.

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