It may be surprising for you to learn that a poor diet could be exacerbating your chronic pain. But how? Although different people respond differently to different foods, there are a few main culprits that tend to cause inflammation in the majority of people. These foods include sugar, dairy, gluten, and processed/refined foods.
The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the body. It’s so flexible that, unlike other joints, it has very few ligaments holding it together. Instead, it has a group of muscles, the Rotator Cuff, that act like adjustable ligaments to stabilize the joint in any position. The Rotator Cuff stabilizes the joint whether you are reaching overhead or doing pushups. Here we discuss the importance of a healthy shoulder, what helps stabilize the shoulder and how to get help if you are having issues with your shoulder(s).
People who have suffered joint pain for many years are usually very happy to have the diseased joint replaced with an artificial one. Joint replacements routinely free people from the misery and limitation of joint disease and restore them to active, pain-free lives where they don’t have to take medication every day to control their joint pain.