5 All Natural Ways to Soothe Joint Inflammation So you suffer from arthritis or some other form of joint inflammation, but you are unable to take medication or undergo surgery to alleviate your pain. What can you do? This short article will provide you will 5 suggestions for cooling inflammation without the use of invasive measures. As always, you should consult your doctor or physical therapist before making changes to any existing treatment program. Enjoy and be well! 1.
Staying Hydrated After Therapy If you have ever received physical therapy or massage therapy you will notice your therapist will often tell you to drink water and stay hydrated following your treatment. There are several reasons why this is important to getting the most out of your therapy and keeping your body functioning correctly. First off, soft tissue work and exercise are dehydrating. Working muscles get fluids pumping out of the soft tissue and into your circulatory system where it heads
Fibromyalgia may be healthcare’s most poorly understood condition. It is a condition that is characterized by generalized pain, tenderness, fatigue, brain fog, headaches, digestive problems like irritable bowel or constipation, reflux, and poor sleep hygiene. It is typically diagnosed through deduction. Typically blood tests and other diagnostics are negative, leaving the only possible cause of these symptoms to be fibromyalgia. What most don’t know is that physical therapy can be very effective in helping to manage symptoms. It is classified as