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Rheumatoid Arthritis Hip Pain Symptoms That Will Shock You!

Arthritis Hip Pain Symptoms

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that affects over one million people living in the United States. It’s not curable, and is thought to be caused by hormones, genetics and environmental factors, although nobody knows really for sure what the cause is. Rheumatoid arthritis most notoriously affects the hands and the wrists as well as other smaller joints in the body. But, it can also affect larger joints as well, including the knees, shoulders and hips. Symptoms tend to vary little between affected locations, however certain complications such as osteoarthritis of the knee and hip RA can actually have an impact on mobility as well as of course being painful. RA in the hip can be especially problematic, and can lead to excessive swelling…

Neck And Shoulder Pain Relief – Hot or Cold Or Medication?

Shoulder Pain Relief

Neck and shoulder pain are some of the most common, everyday ailments plaguing many, many people. Whether the result of a health condition, occupation or normal daily activity, pain in the back and neck can spring up without warning, and can be problematic to treat and relieve. Medications, therapy and hot and cold remedies are often the go-to lines of action for dealing with these types of pain management. Which is best for you will depend on your individual needs, the source of discomfort and your preferences regarding neck and shoulder pain relief. Medications are one of the most common remedies for pesky neck and back pain. Typically, over the counter products like NSAIDS and acetaminophen are employed. However, there are some drawbacks to using…

Neck And Upper Back Pain Relief – Acupuncture Vs Cryotherapy Sauna

Upper Back Pain Relief

For people who spend their work days sitting at a computer, or truck drivers who spend many hours on the road, one occupational hazard associated with some of the most common jobs is back discomfort, particularly upper back and neck pain. The question of how to relieve back pain is most commonly answered with medications or massage. However, prescription and even over-the-counter medications can have short and long term side effects, and massages only provide temporary relief, if any at all. One new potential alternative treatment for neck and upper back pain relief is whole body cryotherapy. It’s less well known that other alternative treatments like acupuncture, but when compared side by side, the use of cryo treatment for neck and upper back may be a superior solution to the needle based…

Most Effective Chronic Lower Back Pain Relief – Hot Or Cold Therapy?

Chronic Lower Back Pain

There is little evidence to support the use of cold therapy for chronic lower back pain. Heat, particularly moist heat, is more commonly recommended, although cold may be employed in the case of inflammation or a back injury. However, whole body cryotherapy is looking to dismiss the notion that hot therapy can’t be beat for back pain, or chronic pain in general, by promoting a trifecta of beneficial changes within the body. Wondering what is cryotherapy? Well, it’s the practice of rapidly cooling the surface of the skin to incredibly low temperatures for a short period of time without incurring tissue damage. Participants enter a cryochamber or a cryo sauna and, with protected hands and feet, remain in motion while liquid nitrogen is pumped into the chamber or cryo sauna unit….

10 Alternative Knee Pain Treatment Options Reviewed For Results!

Knee Pain Treatment

Alternative medicine in itself is not new. In fact, many of the methods we consider alternative today were the only medical options available in their day. Some exceptions to this include cryotherapy, a newer and abundantly promising alternative pain relief technique. If you’re considering alternative knee pain treatment options, start with this list of the top 10 available now, including the new natural cryo sauna solution that promotes continual relief from joint and muscle pain: 1. Supplements and Herbs: Few alternative healing options are as well known as supplements, which is unusual since there us a lot of misleading information pertaining to their quality, dosage and effectiveness. That’s thanks to a lack of regulation in the supplement industry, which means that many synthetic products that you may find at your…

Best Natural Knee Joint Pain Relief – 10 Tips To Choose a Safe Treatment

Joint Pain Relief

If you’re not hip to a motherload of chemical medications to achieve joint pain relief, you may be considering natural and alternative treatment options. There are many choices available – including supplements, acupuncture and saunas. One that was developed for treating sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis (RA)but is now used in a wide range of medical conditions and is becoming much more popular with professional athletes is whole body cryotherapy. The process involves the deep freeze of external tissue over a period of a couple of minutes, which safely stimulates a multitude of healing responses within the body. When choosing a therapy for natural knee joint pain relief whether caused from RA, osteoarthritis or even an injury, a solid bet is cryo treatment. So begin selecting the best natural solution with this checklist…

Best Chronic Muscle And Joint Pain Relief – Cream, Meds, Cryosauna?

Muscle And Joint Pain

Chronic muscle and joint pain can be caused by a wide variety of things including medical conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis. It can be very mild and only appear under certain circumstances or at certain times of the day; or, it can be severe and interfere with daily activities. There are many options available for joint pain relief including over-the-counter medications, prescription medications and therapeutic creams and rubs. One new and exciting option that is becoming much better known thanks to a growing popularity with big named athletes looking to relieve sore joints and muscles is Whole Body Cryotherapy, a cold solution to a very common problem. While there is no denying that the cryosauna is better known thanks to being in the media spotlight because of the use of whole body cryotherapy…

Osteoarthritis of the Knee Treatment: Physiotherapy Vs Cryotherapy

Osteoarthritis of the Knee

It’s very difficult to compare physiotherapy to cryotherapy, as physiotherapy is a medical treatment option and Whole Body Cryotherapy is considered an alternative treatment. Both have their value in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee, but not necessarily in the same ways. Physiotherapy is geared toward the long term treatment of osteoarthritis and encompasses the teaching of ways to minimize stress on the joints while increasing the range of motion through exercise and manipulation. Other benefits include learning about proper footwear and home care pain relief techniques to reduce arthritis in knee symptoms. What physiotherapy is not, however, is necessarily a means for pain management. There is no denying that in the long term, physiotherapy can contribute to less muscle and joint pain through physical therapy and education, but this can be…

Best Osteoporosis Hip Pain Relief: Cryo Sauna Vs Infrared Lamp Sauna

Hip Pain Relief

In the battle against the pain and discomfort caused from osteoporosis, the literal depletion of bone matter, there is some debate about which method of temperature based alternative therapy is best. Proponents of the infrared lamp sauna method attest that they can provide hip pain relief from conditions like osteoporosis, while athletes and celebrities have quickly turned their attention to whole body cryo sauna treatments for their evident health benefits. In fact, from professional sports teams to the well known cryotherapy endorsement by Tony Robbins, the deep freeze technology has been all the buzz recently. But, which is best for hip joint pain caused from osteoporosis? And, can either provide long lasting effects? Both methods work in similar ways. By changing the external temperature of the body, internal changes occur that promote natural…

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