Category: Natural Pain Relief

Pain and Inflammation

3 Ways Simple Dieting Can Help Relieve Your Pain and Inflammation

May 15th, 2020

Pain and inflammation can be relieved through proper nutrition, stress management, and exercise. There are many chronic conditions that can lead to pain and inflammation; however, much of what you’re feeling can be managed simply through diet. If you live with constant pain and inflammation, you are not alone. Your body is fueled by what

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Back Exercises

Get Back to Comfort with These Back Exercises – All of Which You Can Do at Home!

April 20th, 2020

Are you feeling back pain after being quarantined to your home? You may be wondering, “Why is this? I’ve barely left the couch!” Well, therein lies the issue. The sedentary lifestyle that I’m sure many people have experienced since being quarantined to their homes can actually lead to more aches, pains, and discomfort than one

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Hip and Knee Joints

Get Your Hip and Knee Joints Moving Again with These 5 At-Home Exercises

April 10th, 2020

Are your hips and knees feeling stiff, achy, or even painful? Noticing more discomfort in your joints when standing up and moving around? If so, you’re not alone. This quarantine has taken a toll on many people’s bodies, as it has become much more difficult to maintain the same levels of physical activity at home.

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Chronic pain

Non-opioid treatment for chronic pain: Why you need physical therapy.

March 10th, 2020

If you’re dealing with the misery of chronic pain, you may feel like taking opioid medication is the only way to feel like a functional person. But, there’s actually a better way: physical therapy can relieve your pain and help you recover without relying on opioid medications. The Problems of Opioid Medications To understand why

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Physical Therapy

Manage Your Pain Without the Need for Potentially Harmful Drugs

February 10th, 2020

If you are living with pain, you know how limiting it can be. Chronic pain, or pain lasting for three months or longer, is usually indicative of an underlying condition that needs to be treated. While medication is effective in hiding pain in the short term, it won’t provide any relief in the long term.

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