FYZICAL. Helping Arthritis Pain

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WHEN YOU EXPERIENCE AN INJURY, dealing with the pain that comes as part of the aftermath is expected. While recovering from an injury can be painful, you can find comfort in the knowledge that the pain is temporary. As your body heals and goes through the motions of building muscle mass and improving flexibility, with physical therapy, you know that in time you will feel like yourself again. This knowledge gives you something to work towards, and helps the pain be more manageable—even when it is intense, and never-fleeting. Arthritis pain is different. Arthritis doesn’t develop as a result of an injury, but instead develops over time as a result of chronic use, or even as a result of genetic disposition. This can make dealing with the pain of arthritis even more difficult to cope with, as it begs the question: if the pain is coming from inside the joint, is there anything I can actually do about it? HELPING ARTHRITIS PAIN

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