Think those summer thunderstorms are to blame for your joint pain flare-ups? While many people do notice increased aches and pains on rainy days, additional research now points to hot temperatures and high humidity levels as the real culprit.
Frustrated by joint pain but aren’t quite sure you’re ready for joint replacement? Postponing a joint replacement may seem easier in the short term. Be there could be longer-term disadvantages. Find out why, and what other options you could consider.
Foot pain affects nearly 42% of adults – in the arch area of the foot, the big toe and bottom of the heel. If foot pain is getting in the way or your daily life, maybe one of these common foot conditions is to blame.
Both chiropractors and orthopaedic physicians have the same goal — to help patients minimize or eliminate pain and improve their quality of life.
Feet are something most of us take for granted. But once we have a foot problem, we realize just how critical our feet are to our overall health. Foot problems can prevent us from getting things done around the house, exercising, working and just enjoying life.
Every spring and summer, doctors see a jump in the number of musculoskeletal injuries and even cardiac cases. It’s usually people who haven’t been very active all winter and then jump right into sports or exercise programs without giving their bodies a chance to adjust.