Many Americans have become comfortable in their pain because they believe that it is normal to be in a bit of pain. Whether it’s a hard day of work, outdoor fun with loved ones, or the aches and pains of old age. We have become resigned to experience pain.
Nearly half of those with diabetes develop neuropathy, but a growing concern is For many years, doctors have linked numbness and weakness in prediabetic patients, but a new John Hopkins study has found a direct link to prediabetes and neuropathy.
There are millions of Americans living with neuropathy. These numbers continue to climb as more and more diabetic patients are diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy. The surge in this disease has caused many of Americans to wonder what the disease is and how it can affect them.
Knee pain can really slow down life. Normal day activities can seem like a chore. Did you know that your everyday activities could be worsening knee pain? There are several triggers of knee pain and not all are from old age and arthritis. In this blog, we will be exploring…
Living with a thyroid disease can be both physically and mentally taxing. Often times the world can have a very jaded view on someone’s physical appearance, without fully understanding their health.
Knee pain relief has become a hot-button issue due to the increased diagnosis of osteoarthritis in the U.S. This has left millions of Americans searching for answers and treatment for their knee pain. Osteoarthritis in the knee not only affects sufferers during their waking hours,it also makes it difficult to…
If you have arthritis you know that symptoms such as aches, pain and stiffness can drastically affect your life. There are various options for treating knee pain as a result of osteoarthritis and a new study suggests that the best non-surgical treatment may be injections.
Neuropathy isn’t just a disease that is the off-shoot of diabetes or nerve damage. Emerging studies have found that many cancer survivors suffer from chemotherapy-induced neuropathy.