All About Knee Pain part 6 of 6

Arthroscopy Arthroscopy is a relatively minor surgery performed with the use of a miniature camera (arthroscope). Arthroscopic knee surgery is commonly used to diagnose and treat knee pain. This surgery takes about an hour. During the procedure, an orthopedic surgeon can repair tissue and cartilage tears, or scrape and cut away bone and cartilage fragments... Continue Reading →

All About Knee Pain Part 5 of 6

Part 5 knee Treatments Conservative care Many types of knee pain can be relieved and/or resolved with conservative treatments such as: Rest When the knee is injured or is inflamed, as in bursitis, tendonitis or arthritis, it’s important to rest the joint and avoid overuse. That may mean keeping the knee straight (extended) or in... Continue Reading →

Meet Brotha Anthony This is Anthony Glover and he is a an inspiration and sets a standard that all men should measure up to. He is the founder of Useful Hands PHX it is an outdoor program designed to empower young men while on their journey to Manhood through hands-on introductory skill training. From Car... Continue Reading →

All about Knee pain part 4 of 6

  Part 4 knees How is knee pain diagnosed?   When diagnosing any knee pain, the physician will take your medical history and perform a thorough physical examination. To help your doctor best understand your knee pain, you’ll need to provide the following information: • A description of your knee pain (aching, tenderness, burning or... Continue Reading →

All About Our Knees Part 3 of 6

Part 3 knee Knee injuries can be the result of sports, falls or trauma. They typically involve the ligaments that hold two of the bones of the knee – the femur and tibia – together. Here are some of the most common types: Injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are among the most common... Continue Reading →

All About Our Knees Part 2

Types of Pain What are the different types of knee pain? Knee pain has many causes. Some of the most common include: Osteoarthritis Arthritis is a chronic condition that causes joint inflammation. Symptoms include redness, warmth, swelling, tenderness and pain. Up to 30 percent of the population may have knee osteoarthritis, or “wear and tear”... 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 →

Dealing with Re-Entry Anxiety

When COVID-19 lockdowns were first instituted, it felt, for so many people, unthinkable to have to stay home nearly 24/7. Except for food and essentials , I also shopped for my mother in law. At first I just went about my business no mask but then when cases added up day to day I started... Continue Reading →

Arthritis Pain Do’s and Don’ts

Arthritis pain: The Do's and The don'ts Will physical activity reduce or increase your arthritis pain? Get tips on exercise and other common concerns when coping with arthritis symptoms and arthritis pain. Arthritis is a leading cause of pain and disability worldwide. You can find plenty of advice about easing the pain of arthritis and... Continue Reading →

Face mask awareness

Many asked to get them for awareness so here they are  Osteonecrosis Avascular Necrosis Awareness  Masks and where to find them. Afterburner FX  Hubbard Ohio  Ribbon AVN mask  Or Skull AVN Mask Afterburner FX  I make nothing off of their sale just want to do my part to get awareness masks out there. They are... 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 →

Trying To Protect Our Health & Becoming Unhealthy

Another day of self-isolating, which means it's potentially another day of sitting indoors restlessly taking yet another Zoom class, practicing social distancing from the frig. Prolonged sitting is an unavoidable reality for many. And with us spending more time inside, as the pandemic continues, it's inevitable that we're spending even more time being sedentary. We... Continue Reading →

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