Archive for 'Joint Pain'
Usually linked to arthritis joint pain still affects millions without it, this category contains joint pain advice, joint pain information and joint pain cures
Posted on 08. Aug, 2012 by Jennifer.
Natural joint pain relief means using your joints in ways that avoid excess stress. That might involve changing your surroundings or how you do activities. Accordingly, natural joint pain relief is important to make sure that you do not cause harm to your joints. Accidents, injuries (traumatic or repetitive) or overuse of a particular joint [...]
Posted on 25. Jan, 2012 by Jennifer.
Joint pain is among the most frequent types of pain. The main causes of joint pain are trauma and acute and chronic arthritis. Usually joint pain is associated with disturbed function of the joint, ranging from restricted movements to disability. Key features of joint pain (How to identify if it’s really the joint pain?) Joint [...]
Posted on 14. Dec, 2011 by Peter.
The word arthritis, which literally means joint inflammation, is derived from the Greek words arthros (joint) and itis (inflammation), and its major symptom is joint pain. Although the same group of ailments is sometimes called rheumatism, it’s usually referred to as arthritis.
Posted on 01. Dec, 2011 by Annie.
‘Arthritis’ is a general term given to a group of conditions that affect the joints in the body. Arthritis-related problems include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage. Physiotherapy is an essential discipline in the prevention and management of arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. Most doctors and rheumatologists (joint specialists) support a multidisciplinary approach to [...]
Posted on 14. Nov, 2011 by Annie.
Arthritis of the hips generally refers to the osteoarthritis of the hip joint. Hip joint and knee joints are two of the most commonly affected joints in the lower limbs from arthritis. Defining the hip joint The hip joint is located where the thigh bone (femur) meets the pelvic bone. It is a “ball and [...]
Posted on 11. Nov, 2011 by Peter.
Conventional medical treatments are available for various types of arthritis; however, due to their risks of side effects, drug interactions, and high costs, more and more people are now trying complementary and alternative medicine therapies to cure their arthritis
Posted on 18. Oct, 2011 by Peter.
If have arthritis and if you are planning to start a simple yet effective workout to keep you your legs moving, the solution is searching for something you really like, enjoy and that’s easy to do.