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RA Sufferers Should Go for the Burn

Aerobic Exercise Can Be Safe and Effective for Those with Rheumatoid Arthritis A study by medical researchers in France has found that cardio-respiratory aerobic conditioning improves...

Cycling To Help With Arthritis

Doctors recommend cycling as an exercise treatment beneficial for patients with arthritis, and it may help with the pain too. Arthritis can hit anybody without...

Ask The Experts: Low-Level Laser Therapy Technology

Low-Level Laser Therapy Technology uses the special ML830 laser to pinpoint pain and get rid of it fast. Dr. Ryan Whelton discusses this laser...

Sciatica: A Pain In The Rump

When sciatica keeps you from putting your best leg forward, nip it in the bud. Sciatica is a painful condition in which the sciatic nerve,...

Peripheral Neuropathies: Modern-Day Leprosy

Once a social stigma that caused patients to be ostracized and banished to their own communities, leprosy is now a treatable condition with a...

Raise Your Hand: The Effects Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

When finger numbness is bothering you, maybe it’s time to see a doctor about the possibility of carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a...

Finding a Multidisciplinary Pain Center

Five “centers of excellence”, as determined by the American Pain Society in 2009. If you are dealing with chronic pain that affects your everyday life...

Strike A Pose

Is yoga part of your pain-relief plan? There's good reason to think it should be. When Nancy Clark was diagnosed with fibromyalgia more than 15...
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