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 →

Goodbye 2021 Hello To 2022

Another year ends 2021 is almost gone. Salute to the experience you had in that year, and welcome 2022 with all the guts and glory. Many things you’ve learned in the year 2021 some of happiness and some some of hurt and some of love. May your 2022 be full of surprises and blessings and... 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 →

Happy New Year

Being an advocate for bone and joint pain and personally living with osteoarthritis osteonecrosis and spondylolisthesis pain . I saw our community struggle in new and ways besides living and dealing with daily pain. People suddenly couldn’t access routine care because of lockdowns, fear and added anxiety. They became more isolated than ever before. They... Continue Reading →

Dealing with Joint Pain in the Pandemic

How do I deal with my knee and back pain until the orthopedic doctors start seeing patients again? There are a variety of non-operative treatment options for pain. No one treatment is going to help everyone, and patients need to find the treatments that seem to work the best for them. Medications I personally cannot... 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 →

Rare Week In Washington DC

I had an amazing experience participating in Rare Week in Washington DC. I arrived Feb 25 and left Feb 29, 2020. Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill brings rare disease community members from across the country together to be educated on federal legislative issues, meet other advocates, and share their unique stories with legislators. I... Continue Reading →

Thank You Alabama

Grateful We are moving along state by state Alabama is giving us for rare disease awareness the week of February 20,2020 to February 27, 2020 as Avascular Necrosis Osteonecrosis Awareness Week!!! And on November 29 Avascular Necrosis Osteonecrosis Awareness Day!! Every state so far is coming on board!! Thank you Lord Deb Andio

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