How Chiropractic Care Can Help a Woman’s Health

Throughout their lives, many women will experience problems relating to their musculoskeletal system. Have you ever experienced back pain, stiffness, cramps or aching joints? If so, then it might be a wise idea to see a healthcare professional who specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems. What Does a Chiropractor Do And How Can They Help You? A chiropractor is a registered medical health professional who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention of … [Read more...]

The MELT Method® – Pain Workshop, Feb 12 (7-9pm)

Feel Better Now MELT Hand and Foot Treatment   Erase pain and tension in your hands, feet, neck, and low back brought on by everyday stress, overuse, and age. This simple self-treatment can make your whole body feel better and provide relief from neck and low back pain, arthritis, bunions, plantar fasciitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Join MELT Instructor Fahmida Bhabha for an introduction to the MELT Hand & Foot Treatment. Learn how the connective tissue in your hands and … [Read more...]

February 2 – Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Day

Rheumatoid Patient Foundation (RPF) announces the establishment of Rheumatoid Awareness Day to be held each year on February 2, giving people with the chronic illness known as rheumatoid arthritis, or rheumatoid disease, a day of recognition. Because the disease is commonly presumed to be a type of arthritis, awareness is lacking, causing problems with disability accommodations, clinical care, healthcare reimbursement and research funding. February 2 already boasts the observance of Groundhog … [Read more...]

Anxiety linked to Arthritis, Dr. Elizabeth Lin

Many people with arthritis also have depression; this has been known for many years. Now it has been established that anxiety is even more common than depression among arthritis patients, in a study published in Arthritis Care & Research by authors from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In this podcast, Dr. Elizabeth Lin (who was not involved with the CDC study, but has focused on comorbid depression and pain for many years) discusses why and how the mental health problem as well … [Read more...]

Chocolate … offers more than wishful thinking

The Road to Recovery always runs Smoother with Chocolate.........Mmmmmm! It's more than wishful thinking — chocolate can be good for you. Studies show that eating chocolate, primarily dark chocolate, may contribute to improved cardiovascular health. Packed with natural antioxidants, dark chocolate and cocoa sit in the same good-for-you category as green tea and blueberries. That's because chocolate comes from cacao beans (or cocoa beans), which grow on the cacao tree and are full of … [Read more...]

Pain Relief World Summit – Healer’s Way comments here.

Last week, some of us in the Healer’s Way community joined over 60,000 people worldwide for the Pain Relief World Summit, a life-changing, online event with a very clear goal: To reveal a single, simple technique to make physical pain obsolete. >> find out about it right here: Amazingly, many of those people have since reported startling results ... Some have been able to greatly relieve conditions like back pain, knee pain, arthritis, surgery pain or fibromyalgia. Some have … [Read more...]

The PAIN Relief World SUMMIT – Oct. 3, 2011, Register Here FREE !!!

The PAIN Relief World SUMMIT OCTOBER 3, 2011   Everyone experiences physical pain from time to time. Unfortunately, some people suffer with chronic pain. My beloved grandfather was one of them. I wish I knew then what I know now ... Imagine a world where physical pain could no longer harm you. Where migraines, arthritis, back pain, joint pain, or the 10 years of post- shingles pain my “Poppy” lived with could no longer wreak havoc in a family’s life. And … [Read more...]

Arthritis – Women's Health

   Arthritis     Arthritis is a disease that involves inflammation of one or more joints. ("Arthr" refers to joints, and "itis" to inflammation.) Joint inflammation is the body's reaction to various disease processes. These include mechanical injury to a joint (including fracture), the presence of an infection (usually caused by bacteria or viruses), an attack on the joints by the body itself (an autoimmune disease), or accumulated "wear and tear" on joints. With some injuries and … [Read more...]

Arthritis – Women’s Health

   Arthritis     Arthritis is a disease that involves inflammation of one or more joints. ("Arthr" refers to joints, and "itis" to inflammation.) Joint inflammation is the body's reaction to various disease processes. These include mechanical injury to a joint (including fracture), the presence of an infection (usually caused by bacteria or viruses), an attack on the joints by the body itself (an autoimmune disease), or accumulated "wear and tear" on joints. With some injuries and … [Read more...]

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