The Science and Humanity of Pain Zoom Event – with Dr.Sue Curfman PT, DHSC, MTC, OCS

You don’t have to live in Boardman Ohio to be a member of the LIVE Yes Connect group. The benefits are you get first hand info of all speakers and upcoming events. Virtual Event Saturday April 23rd 2022 11:00 AMthroughSaturday April 23rd 2022 12:30 PM Boardman Ohio LIVE YES Connect Virtual Zoom Event  The Science... Continue Reading →

Awareness JA World Day March 18,2022

March 18th The biggest date in the calendar for raising awareness of Juvenile Arthritis (JA) and other childhood rheumatic conditions Hard to imagine that this very second somewhere in the world and even near you there is a child who dreams to hop skip jump and play like other kids their do. They dream of... Continue Reading →

What It Really Means to “Pace Yourself”

What It Really Means to “Pace Yourself” We hear it all the time but what does it mean....... Embracing flexibility instead of rigidity for those of us living with chronic joint pain. In the study, patients reported that key components of pacing themselves included: Breaking down tasks into mini tasksSaying ‘no’ or learning toBeing kind... Continue Reading →

Ways to help stop the Zoom Intruders

As an advocate for arthritis and a Facilitator to the Live Yes Connect Group and Founder of the International Support group Avascular Necrosis-Osteonecrosis Support Int’l I use Zoom a lot: as a person back in school I again use Zoom a lot: talking with family , friends and attending other meetings yep zoom again !... Continue Reading →

I Am A Nominee In The WEGOHealth Awards 2020

I am so honored to share that I am a nominee in the WEGOHealth Awards for Best In Show – Community and Patient Leader Hero #WEGOHealthChat #WEGOHealthAwards #PatientLeader #Osteoarthritis #Osteonecrosis #Grateful www,ChronicallyGratefulDebla.com and  https://avascularnecrosiseducation.com   My WEGOHealth Profile Link    Deborah Andio WEGOHealth Profile Link Voting will begin in July and link will be posted then... Continue Reading →

Link-Between Hearing Loss and RA

When we think of hearing loss, you may associate it with your loved one who’s always asking you to repeat yourself, or the friend who may struggle to follow conversations. Hearing loss is often caused by exposure to excessive noise and is even linked to the natural aging process. But did you know that hearing... Continue Reading →

Joint Pain and Our Government

It’s that damn pain that may creep up slowly on you with a dull, discomfort in one or several of your joints. Or it might be like a raging inferno it like a thief in the night, to steal your joy or try to.... the pain comes on suddenly without any warning, bringing on that... Continue Reading →

May – Arthritis Awareness Month

I have had OA in knees over 14 years. The clicking popping sounds , the feeling of stiffness like the tin man on the wizard of oz is normal especially when it's rainy. Osteoarthritis (OA) is a form of degenerative joint pain caused by wear and tear on your joints. As you age, the cartilage... Continue Reading →

Bombogenesis and Joint Pain

I’ve heard a lot about Bombogenesis, it’s a popular term used by meteorologists, occurs when a midlatitude cyclone rapidly intensifies, dropping at least 24 millibars over 24 hours. A millibar measures atmospheric pressure. Remember your great-aunt used to to say she “feels” a storm coming on, she was probably predicting the weather with some accuracy.... Continue Reading →

Facts About Arthritis

Arthritis is all around us, yet its impact on individuals, their families, employers and the country are far greater than most people realize. View or download the Arthritis Foundation's "Arthritis by the Numbers" book Arthritis DisabilityArthritis is the leading cause of disability among adults in the U.S. Arthritis Prevalence By conservative estimates, about 54 million... Continue Reading →

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