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How does your diet affect arthritis pain?

Many health disorders in the United States are caused by excessive inflammation. Changing the way that we eat so that what we consume is anti-inflammatory can help counteract the joint pain associated with arthritis . Below are six common foods that you can reduce so that you aren’t accidentally increasing your pain with certain elements of your diet.

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5 Ways to Make The Holidays Less Painful

christmasfood5Diets to fight inflammation are great approaches to reduce arthritis pain, but it’s not always easy to stick to a diet plan during the holidays. Of course that’s frustrating: we don’t want to be wincing as we are trying to enjoy our time with loved ones and celebrate with friends at New Year’s Eve parties. What are the best ways to stick to the plan? Below are five techniques to help keep you on track.

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The 5 Common Pain Myths

commonpainmythsBe careful not to fall for any of the common chronic pain myths. These so-called “facts” can undermine your pain management plan before it ever gets off the ground. How? They convince you that your chronic pain is in the driver’s seat and that there’s little you can do about your aches and pains. The solution: Clear your mind of any mistaken beliefs you’ve adopted, starting with these myths:

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Pain Stop Clinics Announce Five Valleywide Pain Management Locations

5 Phoenix locations launch today offering hope to pain sufferers with their motto “Your Pain STOPS Here!”

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(Phoenix, AZ) – (October 10th, 2013) – More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain in one form or another. Upper back pain, headaches and migraines, lower back pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, knee injuries, auto accidents, Peripheral Neuropathy and complications from diabetes are just some of the most common acute and chronic pain conditions people in Phoenix suffer from every day. Read More

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