Category: Aches & Pains

Arthritis Pain

Physical Therapy for Non-Pharmaceutical Arthritis Pain Management

April 20th, 2020

Stiffness and discomfort don’t have to be a part of our daily lives — and yet many people assume that they’re doomed to suffer from arthritis pain. If you’ve been losing more and more of your mobility and productivity due to chronic joint inflammation, you may be disappointed by the usefullness of painkilling drugs or

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Arthritis Pains

Find Help for Your Arthritis Pains Today

March 20th, 2020

If you have arthritis pain, then you know all about the difficulties with moving and functioning in daily life that it can present. What you might not know, however, is that physical therapy can help you find relief from your arthritis pain. There is no cure for arthritis, but by using the exercises and techniques

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Hip and Knee Pain

Physical Therapy: The Key to Overcoming Hip and Knee Pain

March 10th, 2020

Do your weight-bearing joints feel more like pain-bearing joints these days? If you have a hip or knee that just can’t support your body weight without causing annoying aches or agonizing pains, you may be unable to perform your job, play sports, handle household tasks, or even find a comfortable sitting or sleeping position. These

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Aches and Pains

The Best Treatment Method for Solving all of Your Aches and Pains

January 20th, 2020

The older you get, the more aches and pains are bound to become an issue in your life. A rough day at work, a long day outside with the family, an unexpected injury—anyone of these factors could contribute to aches and pains throughout the body that may seem to never really give you a break.

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Finding Effective Pain Relief – Without the Risks of Harmful Drugs

February 10th, 2019

Are you in constant or recurring pain that won’t let you enjoy your everyday life? Do you suffer from the effects of an old injury, a degenerative condition, or some other situation that calls for ongoing pain management? If so, then your first instinct might be to reach for medication — but hold that thought,

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