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Arthritis Treatment Recommendation

Arthritis Treatment Recommendation Chronic juvenile rheumatoid arthritis definitely has its ups and downs. But chiropractic care helps sufferer Kathryn Sundquist to have more “ups.” Thanks to regular chiropractic adjustments, Kathryn lives her life to the fullest. A 16-year old dancer, student and 2017 National Walk To Cure Arthritis Young Adult Honoree who was diagnosed with JA at seven-years old, she incorporates drug-free strategies into her life — and is able to be the healthiest, most active version of herself....

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Osteoporosis – Natural Treatments

Osteoporosis – Natural Treatments Osteoporosis refers to a loss of bone mass in which the bones become porous and fragile. Our bones are constantly being remodeled, with bone tissue being broken down and rebuilt on a regular basis. Osteoporosis is when small holes or weakened areas are formed in the bone that can lead to fractures, pain, and a Dowager’s hump. It is generally seen in older women over the age of 50.Bone density (the degree of mineralization of the bone matrix) usually increases until about the age of 30, but...

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Osteoarthritis Strategies

Osteoarthritis Strategies (Article Recommended by Foundation for Chiropractic Progress) Osteoarthritis is a degenerative form of arthritic joint disease, characterized by loss of cartilage in the joint. It also has an inflammatory component. Osteoarthritis is a frequent cause of disability among seniors, affecting 20 million people in the U.S. alone. While osteoarthritis typically involves the distal joints on your fingers and toes, knee and hip osteoarthritis is also common, the latter of which is the focus of this...

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Osteoarthritis Pain Relief

Osteoarthritis Pain Relief Press Release from the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress: F4CP Addresses Osteoarthritis Pain Relief, Emphasizes Importance of Physical Activity and Value of Chiropractic Care  CARMICHAEL, Calif. – January 19, 2016 – With research from the American College of Rheumatology concluding that less than 13 percent of men and less than 8 percent of women who suffer from osteoarthritis meet the guideline of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity, low-impact activity per week, and an additional...

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