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  • Exercises to Help Your Knees

    Exercises to Help Your Knees

    Is It Safe for Me to Exercise? - Are you worried that working out could cause more knee damage or pain? As long as your doctor says it’s OK, the best thing you can do is to strengthen the muscles that support your knee and keep them flexible. Start slowly, and build up over time. Talk to your doctor about which specific exercises are good for you.

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  • 11 Ways to Keep Gardening with Back Pain

    11 Ways to Keep Gardening with Back Pain

    Gardening is one of the joys of life for many of us, but back pain can throw a wrench into the best-laid planting plans. That doesn’t mean you need to cross gardening off your list. With a few adaptations and a dash of creativity, you can still exercise that green thumb by following these 11 strategies for minimizing injury.

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  • Using An Exercise Ball to Rehab Your Back

    Using An Exercise Ball to Rehab Your Back

    Low back injuries often restrict movement and lead to the weakening of low back muscles. Exercise balls are a great option for a gentle core-strengthening program that can stabilize the muscles surrounding the spine and help prevent future injury. One of the simplest ways to incorporate an exercise ball into your routine is just to practice sitting on it. Sitting on the ball activates the core muscles required to maintain balance. If you are having trouble balancing, deflate the ball a little for added stability. If your balance feels good, try replacing your office chair with an exercise ball or sitting on the ball while watching television. Besides working your core muscles, the ball also reduces stress on the spine.

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  • Tips to Keep Joints Healthy

    Tips to Keep Joints Healthy

    Stay in Motion - It's the golden rule of joint health: The more you move, the less stiffness you'll have. Whether you're reading, working, or watching TV, change positions often. Take breaks from your desk or your chair and get active.
    Safety First - Padding is your pal. So suit up when you do things like in-line skating or play contact sports. If your joints already ache, it might help to wear braces when you play tennis or golf.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy For Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Stem Cell Therapy For Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition that mainly affects the joints. Stem cell therapy is a relatively new area of research that is showing promise in treating autoimmune conditions such as this. In rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the immune system mistakenly attacks the tissue that lines the joints, which can cause pain, inflammation, swelling, and stiffness.

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  • Alternative Treatments for Long-Term Pain

    Alternative Treatments for Long-Term Pain

    Acupuncture - It may look uncomfortable, but this traditional Chinese practice doesn't hurt when it's done by a licensed pro. He puts thin needles just under the skin at certain points in your body. It may help ease long-term pain in your knees, lower back, and neck. You can also try it for headaches. Exactly how it does the job isn't clear. Just believing it works may be part of it.

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  • Treatment Options for Delaying Knee Surgery

    Treatment Options for Delaying Knee Surgery

    Treating Osteoarthritis Before Surgery - There’s no cure for osteoarthritis (OA) yet, but there are several treatment options and lifestyle changes that can relieve your symptoms. A combination of treatments and lifestyle changes can help:
    1.Alleviate symptoms 2.Improve the quality of life 3.A slow progression of the disease 4.Read on to learn about lifestyle changes and other treatments that can help relieve your OA symptoms.

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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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  • 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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