Exercise is beneficial for everyone, but it can be especially helpful if you’re living with joint pain or arthritis.
Making Your Resolutions Stick: Q&A with Personal Trainer Matt Woonteiler
At Anika, we’re big proponents of becoming and staying active. With the start of a new year, many of us are setting resolutions, and hoping to reach new heights. With […]
Suffering from Shoulder Pain? Solutions Aren’t Out of Reach
Anika’s wide range of innovative shoulder products are designed to get you back to the activities you love sooner than you might imagine without restrictions.
Meet the Movement Expert: Q&A with Physical Therapist Andrea Schleibaum
Physical therapy typically plays a key role in the recovery process after joint surgery, even for patients treated with minimally invasive solutions. But for those unfamiliar with physical therapy, patients may be unsure what to expect.
Learning to Manage Arthritis Pain
September is National Pain Awareness Month, and if you suffer from arthritis, you are likely well-acquainted with the various side effects of joint pain.
Achy Joints? Grab Your Swimsuit and Head to the Pool
If you are plagued by achy joints, look no further than the swimming pool in your backyard, your neighborhood or the community center for ways to alleviate arthritis pain.
How to Reduce Wrist Pain While Fishing
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.
Are you Hitting the Links? Golfing Can Be an Effective Arthritis Treatment
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.
Why is a Stretching Routine Key to Caring for Your Arthritis?
If you suffer from arthritis, and your symptoms are flaring up, moving your body can seem all but impossible.
America’s Favorite Pastime & Joint Pain: How to Avoid and Treat Injuries from Baseball
Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints.
Gardening Season: 7 Tips for Tending to Your Joints and Your Flowers
7 tips for how to tend to both your joints AND your flowers.
Notice That Your Joint Pain Is Worse At Night? Here’s Why!
Many arthritis sufferers find that their symptoms are worse at night. It could be that levels of the anti-inflammatory hormone cortisol are naturally lower at night; plus, staying still in […]