If you experience knee pain, you can sometimes find relief at home with heating pads or light stretching exercises. However, more severe situations (such as acute accidents that destroy tendons and ligaments or significant joint degeneration from arthritis, etc.) require medical care and, in some circumstances, knee surgery. If you’re experiencing knee pain every dayRead More
Sidelined By Arthritis? How A Physical Therapist Can Help
Some days aches and pains are enough to keep you from the activities you love. It’s a catch-22 — it hurts to move but moving will help the hurt. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability for adults in America. It is widespread and encompasses a variety of diagnoses and forms. Generally speaking, arthritis describesRead More
She couldn’t get there!
Her sewing room was in the basement. She was not. With the severe osteoarthritis, Cheryle Barton’s right knee wouldn’t let her get to one of her favorite pastimes – sewing. “I upholster and do mending, and recently I’ve been making facemasks, she explains.” Suffering with knee pain for years, Cheryle worked to strengthen her kneeRead More