Posted by Chad Birt on Thu Sep 14 2023
A gout diagnosis can be scary, but it doesn’t have to ruin your life. There are plenty of things you can do to relieve uncomfortable symptoms and prevent flares. In this article, we highlight some of the things you can do to make gout more manageable. Read More
Posted by Carewell Staff on Fri Aug 05 2022
Regular exercise can reverse this downward slide of arthritis. The muscles will become stronger, the tendons will become more limber, and the pain and stiffness should start to fade. Most people begin to notice improvements within six weeks, and some may even feel better almost immediately. Read our tips to learn how. Read More
Posted by Chad Birt on Thu Oct 07 2021
It's estimated that 4 in 10 Americans will develop arthritis of the hands during their lifetime. While there’s no cure, there are a variety of arthritis products that can reduce pain, encourage mobility, and prevent more serious complications. See the best Arthritis Products.
Posted by Chad Birt on Fri Aug 05 2022
If you care for someone with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or gout, it's crucial to incorporate exercise into their daily routine. Regular workouts can strengthen specific muscle groups, provide pain relief, and improve the quality of life.Read More