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8 Powerhouse Foods That Help Relieve Arthritis Pain

Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. 54 million adults and 300,000 babies and children are living with arthritis of some kind. But did you know, arthritis isn’t actually a name for a single disease? Rather, it’s become a shorthand used to describe joint pain, swelling, stiffness and a decreased range of…

What You Don’t Know About Sitting Could Hurt You

Did you know that the average American sits for 13 hours per day?  Now factor in 7-8 hours of sleep and it translates to a ton of time off your feet each and every day. Plus, as technology continues to rise, it becomes even easier to become less active in day-to-day life. Sure, you may…

Get And Stay Active – Even With Back Pain

Longer days and warmer weather – as winter winds down and spring amps up, the desire to get outside, get active, and shed a little weight begins to sound much more appealing! However, for many, there’s a consistent problem standing in the way: back pain.  Back pain is far from a rarity – in fact,…

9 Exercises to Eliminate Shoulder Tension

That shoulder and neck pain that creeps up, and then just seems to stick around – it almost feels like a new part of life that we should just accept, doesn’t it? We may crack jokes about “getting older” and not feeling as spry as we once did when we were younger, but the shoulder…

The Back Injury That Won’t Go Away

The numbers don’t lie – back pain is one of the most commonly reported reasons for missed work.  For anyone who has dealt with or managed chronic back pain from an injury, they understand why. The aching, radiating pain that sets up shop from many common back conditions can make it difficult to complete simple…

The Surprising Cause of Back Pain

Are you experiencing back pain, you don’t know why and it just won’t go away? The real problem may actually lie in your legs and feet. Seriously! As counterintuitive as that may sound, our bodies are complex systems and connected in ways that can be difficult to discern without more advanced medical knowledge. Oftentimes when…