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Increase Mobility with a Walker or Cane

As Seniors age, they often experience joint pain, less mobility, and the need for further assistance to prevent falling and support a better range of movement. Walking aids like a cane or walker allow Seniors to move when and how they want with independence and confidence. Dangers of Falling According to the CDC, one in […]
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The Agony of Winter Arthritis Pain

Winter often evokes memories of soft flannel pajamas, snowball fights, hot cocoa with marshmallows, and time spent around the fireplace with family and friends. The harsh reality of winter for many Seniors however is increased joint pain and stiffness due to arthritis. Why Is Arthritis Worse in Winter?   Studies show many who suffer from […]
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The Benefits of Exercise for Arthritis

Exercise is a better remedy and is imperative when coping with the discomfort of arthritis. How Exercise Helps Arthritis New research on Osteo-Arthritis (OA) shows exercise slows the damage OA causes and keeps joints healthy. Exercise is proven to be beneficial as a non-drug treatment for pain reduction. Patients who exercise report improvements in movement […]
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6 Ways to Manage Arthritis Pain

Discomfort from arthritis ranges from mildly annoying to excruciating and debilitating pain. Forms of Arthritis Arthritis is basically defined as inflammation of a joint with over 100 types of arthritis conditions existing. The majority of those afflicted by this diagnosis have osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. Another, psoriatic arthritis, is manifested as inflammation of the skin […]
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