New Year Resolution- Ease Joint Pain

The start of the year is a great time to set your health goals for the year ahead. If you have arthritis, your daily life can be impacted by the pain, swelling, and discomfort in your joints that often results from this condition. However, it’s important to be proactive and take steps to ensure that... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year 2023

I want to end this year and begin the new one by saying Thank you. Thank you to those who read my blog, follow it and comment. "You could have picked millions of people to follow... GREAT choice. Thank you." I would love to know what you would like to read and hear about in... Continue Reading →

Arthritis in Our Hands

Arthritis is a common hand condition that can affect anyone and usually at any age . Learn about the different types of hand arthritis below. MP Joint Arthritis This type of arthritis is a result of loss of cartilage at a joint, which can result from regular wear and tear, an injury, or a medical... Continue Reading →

12 Days of Self Care

12 Days of Self Care If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it dozens of times, the holidays are stressful and often pretty crazy! Shopping for presents, baking, decorating,visiting relatives, spending lots of $ we don’t often have. attending the company Christmas party, or going on vacation, it can all get overwhelming. Sad but all... Continue Reading →

Join My New Clubhouse Room

All Things Arthritis Having been diagnosed with osteoarthritis at age 34, and osteonecrosis after an injury to the knee in 2014 at age 51. I started advocating for everyone living with joint pain. I started a new room /house on Clubhouse and want to get the message out if you live with any for of... Continue Reading →

World Arthritis Day

More than 350 million people have arthritis globally More than 54 million people have arthritis in the USA World Arthritis Day, referred to as WAD, is a global awareness day held every year on 12 October. WAD aims to help raise awareness in all audiences across the world of the existence and impact of rheumatic... Continue Reading →

Walk to Cure Arthritis

I am pretty excited to participate in person at this years Walk to Cure Arthritis event. After 2 years of being virtual it’s going to be nice to connect with friends and meet new ones in this years walk to cure. When it’s over I will pop back here and post a video of the... Continue Reading →

July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

It is not just older people who are affected by arthritis, children get it too — that’s why observing Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month in July each year is so important. Founded by the Arthritis Foundation, this campaign aims to raise awareness about this condition and share resources to help those affected by it. Did you... Continue Reading →

May Is Arthritis Awareness Month

The month of May is recognized each year as National Arthritis Awareness Month. The significance of this observation is to bring attention to a condition that currently affects over 53 million Americans and is expected to grow to over 67 million people by the year 2030. I will post about various forms of arthritis throughout... 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 →

Winter and Joint Pain

Do achy joints plague you during the coldest months? Does it seem like your knees, hips, and ankles feel sore whenever snow is falling? It’s not your imagination! Winter weather—particularly cold—can cause slow, achy joints, making it hard to get moving. If you’re looking for winter joint pain relief, here are eight tips to help... Continue Reading →

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