If you suffer from arthritis, you want to ensure you're always keeping your doctor's appointments and following your doctor's advice carefully. This will ensure that you aren't making the condition worse, and it will also ensure that you're managing your arthritis pain. However, there are also many things you can do yourself to manage your arthritis; note a few of those here, and discuss them with your doctor so he or she understands the changes you'll be making and can adjust your medication, physical therapy sessions or other arthritis treatments as needed.
14 August 2017
Physiotherapy can be recommended by your doctor if you've suffered any type of injury or if you've had a surgical procedure that now interferes with your mobility. You might also visit a physiotherapist if you have balance issues or are very physically active and want to speed healing after a good workout or any type of competition. Whatever your reasons for wanting to see a physiotherapist, be sure you avoid these common mistakes when working with him or her, to ensure you don't interfere with your overall recovery.
25 July 2017
Hiking is a great exercise option and combines both endurance and aerobic exercise with strength and balance. It can also be a great social exercise if you head out with friends! Unfortunately it can be easy to fall when hiking, especially if you are not on a well-maintained hiking path. Here are some tips to help you recover from a hiking fall as quickly as possible. Rest up after you fall
11 July 2017