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3 Ways to Stay Active with Hip Arthritis This Winter
| Dec 22, 2015
If you have hip osteoarthritis, you may be nervous about attempting exercise in the winter. These tips can help you get moving safely.
3 Clear Ways for People with Knee Arthritis to Prevent Falls
| Dec 03, 2015
Osteoarthritis can cause your knee to be weak and unstable, which puts you at risk for falls, but these methods can improve balance and decrease risk for falls.
Anterior Hip Replacement Helps Patient Dive Back into Life
| Nov 17, 2015
One patient shares about his decision to have anterior approach hip replacement and how swimming aided his recovery.
3 Curious Symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis
David DeWitt, MD
| Oct 26, 2015
Ankylosing spondylitis, a type of arthritis that affects the spine, has some unusual characteristics and can be difficult to diagnose.
3 Free Apps for Tracking Life with Arthritis
| Oct 23, 2015
Keeping track of your arthritis symptoms is easy to do with one of these 3 free smartphone apps.
Yoga and Tai Chi for Arthritis Relief
| Oct 20, 2015
If you’re looking for a safe, accessible way to get exercise when you have arthritis, yoga or tai chi may be the answer.
How Turmeric Can Treat Arthritis Pain and Inflammation
| Oct 09, 2015
Research shows that turmeric, and its active compound curcumin, has anti-inflammatory properties that can ease arthritis pain and inflammation.
9 Foods That Are Rich in Powerhouse Omega-3s
| Sep 16, 2015
Research shows that foods high in omega-3 fatty acids can help fight the inflammation caused by arthritis. Adding these 9 foods to your grocery list may decrease your pain and inflammation.
15 Survival Tips for Managing an RA Flare-Up
| Sep 09, 2015
Even when the condition is well controlled, rheumatoid arthritis can cause periods of debilitating, intense symptoms known as flare-ups. These tips can you cope when a flare-up occurs.
The Ins and Outs of a Reverse Shoulder Replacement
| Aug 27, 2015
Under certain conditions, your doctor may recommend a shoulder replacement surgery that reverses the positions of the ball and socket, known as a reverse shoulder replacement. Learn what those conditions are.
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