Tai Chi Exercises for Arthritis

Tai Chi Exercises for Arthritis

Tai Chi can help with arthritis pain.  The gentle movements of the ancient Chinese exercise tai chi are one of many alternatives to help elderly people find pain relief.  Here is a video with some exercises that are great for relieving arthritis pain....
Inflammation: Its Impact on Arthritis and Aging

Inflammation: Its Impact on Arthritis and Aging

When something harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove it.  The signs and symptoms of inflammation show that the body is trying to heal itself.  But inflammation can also have a negative effect, arthritis....
Walking to Ease Joint Pain

Walking to Ease Joint Pain

  Despite the known benefits of physical activity to help manage arthritis, adults with arthritis are less active than adults without arthritis. Walking has been shown to improve arthritis pain, fatigue, function, and quality of life. Walking is low impact on your...
Inadequate Treatment of Cervical Arthritis

Inadequate Treatment of Cervical Arthritis

  About 5% percent of patients with rheumatoid arthritis who received outpatient therapy had cervical arthritis, and about half of them did not receive adequate treatment at diagnosis, according to study results. Researchers in Germany conducted a cervical...
Can Coral Implants Help Build New Knees?

Can Coral Implants Help Build New Knees?

In the area of arthritis treatment, particularly the field of stem cells for arthritis treatment, comes another interesting study. Pat Hagan writing in the UK Mail online reported on a study where a team of scientists in Slovenia developed a new implant — called...