All About Our Knees Part 1 of a 6 part series.

About the knee 1 of 6 Did you know that your knee is the largest joint in your body. Its a really amazing and complex mechanism made of bone, cartilage and ligaments. The cartilage in your knee acts as a cushion and gliding surface. So the knee can move freely. When the knee is healthy,... 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 →

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 →

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 →

What Really Helps Arthritis

If you’re asking yourself- what can help my arthritis, I will try to clear up a few of the most popular misconceptions for you. Here’s are a list of the most common questions about Arthritis and the facts about what can help arthritis pain. 1. Fact or Fiction? There is no cure for arthritis True.... Continue Reading →

Bone Cement Injections Pros and Cons

Bone cement injections The procedure of injecting bone cement into a lesion is called Subchondroplasty is a minimally-invasive surgery that targets and treats subchondral defects associated with chronic Bone Marrow Lesions (BML), an often-painful defect of the spongy cancellous bone that underlies and supports the cartilage of your joint. Subchondroplasty is a minimally-invasive surgery that... Continue Reading →

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