Are you looking to alleviate wrist arthritis pain in time for fishing season? Check out our blog for tricks to manage your symptoms and get out on the water.
With the right conditioning, equipment, and attitude, you should be able to enjoy many years of golfing, which like so many other forms of exercise, can actually be beneficial to your joints. It’s always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before starting a new exercise routine or sport, but here are some tips on how people with arthritis can golf safely.
If you suffer from arthritis, and your symptoms are flaring up, moving your body can seem all but impossible.
The month of May is recognized as National Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 58 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability […]
Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints.
7 tips for how to tend to both your joints AND your flowers.
Alpine, cross-country, and freestyle skiing. Snowboarding and ski jumping. Lovers of winter sports are enjoyed the mid-February spectacle, as the top skiers and snowboarders in the world shred, rip, propel, […]
It’s winter and much of the US is experiencing below average temperatures. Your game plan for getting through the long, cold days is to train for spring road races, maybe […]
Orthopedic joint implants are used to repair or replace damaged joints — enabling them to function as they once did, prior to arthritis or damage. Implant designs are continuously evolving […]
The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting that this winter is going to be one of the longest and most frigid we’ve seen in many years. In some areas of the […]
There are plenty of things you can do to prevent cold weather from aggravating your joint pain. Here are a few.
Perhaps you’ve had trouble opening jars lately, gripping a tennis racket, holding on to a broom or a cup while taking a sip of water. Does your wrist throb, swell, […]