Posted on May 16, 2019 11:05:00 AM | Arthritis
When it rains or gets cold outside, some people blame Mother Nature for the painful flare-ups they feel in sync with barometric pressure fluctuations. Other individuals notice their joint pain feels worse when they do certain things, like taking stairs, straightening their legs, or lifting groceries.
Some folks only feel weakness, instability, and stiffness early in the morning after they wake up (and before they get moving). Other patients have severe aches, sharp pain, redness, and swelling that is only temporary after they've experienced an accident or injury.
No matter the cause of your sore joints, living with even a little bit of inconvenient pain in your knees, ankles, shoulders, and other joints isn’t something you have to live with.
There are treatment options to explore when your joints have stopped doing their important job of supporting your body.Read More