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March 13, 2014

Treatments for Common Joint Conditions

Having common joint conditions can be debilitating and can cause a lot of pain. With the right treatments to manage the pain and condition that you have, you’re able to live a more normal, less painful and happy life. Consider speaking with an orthopedic surgeon regarding the specific joint condition that you have and the treatment that might be able to help you. Not having the right treatments earlier on with a joint condition, may lead to a hip replacement in New Jersey. Consider some of these common treatment options.
March 16, 2013

How to Maintain Joint Health

Maintaining joint health is very important, especially as the body ages. Many experts agree that by preventing many common joint problems, the risk of developing arthritis later in life is diminished. It is important to retain flexibility and keep the joints moving in a safe and healthy way. There are several ways that good joint health can be maintained, here are a few tips. Regular Exercise No matter what a person’s age bracket it is important to continue being active. This is not only good for maintaining joint health, but it is important to a person’s overall health. Regular exercise can help improve circulation so that joints receive the blood flow that is necessary to remain healthy. Before starting any type of exercise regimen it is important to speak with your NJ physician to determine what type of exercises are appropriate. Most experts suggest at least 30 minutes a day of exercise. Walking is a great way to keep your joints in shape without causing them damage. For those who already have any sort of joint problems, ask your physician about low impact exercises such as swimming or biking. IF weight training is appropriate and okayed by the physician it can be a great asset for the joints by strengthening the ligaments and muscles around the joints. Weight training, when done properly can help protect joints by making them stronger and less likely to be damaged.