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Opioid Addiction: Why Taking Painkillers For Arthritis Pain is Doing You More Harm Than Good

March 10th, 2020

Are you taking opioids for your arthritis pain? Did you know that opioids like morphine and oxycodone are actually making your arthritis worse? Drugs like these alter your perception of pain, but they don’t relieve it. So if you’re taking an opioid and believe it’s relieving your pain, know that it’s actually doing nothing to

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Nutrition Tips To Decrease Pain and Inflammation

February 10th, 2020

Nutrition plays a crucial role in preventing and eliminating pain and inflammation in the body. It’s important to understand what pain and inflammation are, the causes and symptoms, and how both nutrition and physical therapy can help. If you’re experiencing pain and inflammation in your joints, the cause could be more obvious than you think.

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Can’t Stand Cardio? No Problem! 3 Foolproof Ways to Complete Your Exercises

January 20th, 2020

We all know that cardio takes time. In fact, one of the most common complaints we hear from patients who come to us for physical therapy exercises is that there simply isn’t enough time in their busy days to complete cardio workouts. Other times, whether there’s a time constraint or not, many people report a

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Become a Morning Person By Changing Your Routine

January 10th, 2020

Any physical therapist you see will stress the importance of maintaining a healthy routine. Physical therapists are experts in helping patients with their mobility and function, but they can also play an integral role in helping implement healthy lifestyle choices – including a beneficial morning routine. If you are interested in finding out more regarding

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Arthritis Pain

Arthritis Pain Sufferers- This Blog is for You!

January 10th, 2020

Arthritis is a joint disorder, which features inflammation, pain and stiffness. There is also often a loss in movement with arthritis, as the joints are too inflamed to move. When only a single joint is involved it’s known as monoarthritis. If two or three joints are involved it’s referred to as oligoarthritis. To date there

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