Arthritis Treatments for Pain Relief
Cartilage exists in the joints to protect them and allow more fluid movement and less friction. Cartilage also absorbs the shock from pressure against the joints. Arthritis systematically breaks down the cartilage, exposing the joints and allowing bone to rub against bone, painfully.Fall-Safe Hip Protectors, and How They Differ From Regular Products (What Benefits?)
The article discusses how the new generation of hip protectors are made. We look at a new material called D3O and how and why it is being used in new hip protectors, and what benefits it has over regular products.How a Pain Management Program Works
Having to suffer through chronic pain can seem like an almost insurmountable burden in life. We all know the feeling of bumping your knee on the side of the dresser and cringing in pain. You sit down for a few minutes and rubToe Fractures – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Toe fractures are a common injury. The foot is made up of 28 bones, making it a prime candidate for fracture. The location of the toes makes them susceptible to injury.5 Food Tips to Manage Joint Pains
Joint pain can be incapacitating. When it begins, every fun activity stops. So how do you manage it? Joint pain is basically a primary symptom of arthritis.