Acupuncture or Exercise for Arthritis?
As the 27 million Americans who have osteoarthritis know all too well, finding lasting relief from debilitating pain, stiffness and decreased mobility can almost become a full-time job. While traditional painkillers and anti-inflammatories can deliver a much-needed respite from discomfort, a lot of people don’t wish to ingest these things on a daily basis.

Fortunately, there’s a whole other layer of treatment options for arthritis that can reduce pain significantly—acupuncture and isometric exercise.

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You are welcome! I never would have believed how valuable acupuncture is if it hadn't happened to our son and some of the improvements were visible. Unfortunately, a lot of the medical community are morons and don't recognize how important and valuable this science is, and another group which are often board certified surgeons of one flavor or another are afraid of it because it reduces their incomes. Too bad! They need to be more concerned for their patients than their BMWs and such.

Doing everything i can now to help this pain cause its KICKIN MY ASS for the last 2 weeks! OMG hurtin so bad in both arms and knee! Doc gave me 2 shots in both shoulders and put me on steroids 2day but not helping. Ive had this since i was in ththe 10 or 11th grade! Ostio and rheumatoid

Kim, I'm sorry you have that.  I've just developed in the past few years arthritis in my spine.  Boy does it stink.  I'm 11 months away from having Medicare, so not much can be done for it, I guess.  But going to the D.O. tomorrow anyway, perhaps he can refer me to a specialist?  What would that be, a rheumatologist?  Orthopedist?  Do you know?  Will pray for you.  Ariel



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