Have you been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis? If so, then there’s a good chance your doctor or rheumatologist has put you on medication in an attempt to treat and manage your symptoms. Unfortunately, not everybody responds well to traditional arthritis treatment (such as TNF inhibitors).
For people with arthritis, joint pain becomes an unfortunate part of life. And while there are medications available to help reduce inflammation and joint pain, many doctors recommend that patients try natural methods to find relief as well. There are a number of drug-free and non-invasive treatment options that can help relieve joint pain.
Lupus is a disease that affects the body’s immune system and causes it to confuse healthy tissues with dangerous viruses, germs, and bacteria. As a result, the body mistakenly creates antibodies that attack, damage, and destroy healthy tissues of the body. For most people with lupus, this results in chronic pain, inflammation, and damage to specific areas of the body.
Recently, Dr. Roane wrote an article for the 2017 Health and Wellness issue of Clay Today about the differences between…