Osteoarthritis Pain Ruining Your Life?

Learn how to relieve your osteoarthritis pain.

How To Relieve Osteoarthritis Pain

Is your osteoarthritis pain getting you down?

If you are suffering osteoarthritis pain you are not alone as 1 in 3 people over the age of 60 suffer from this condition.

My name is Dr. Sophie Hardy and I was a UK trained chiropractor who worked with International and Premiership footballers (soccer players). I worked alongside many top class therapists, including physiotherapists, masseurs and exercise specialists giving me a wide knowledge base. I retired in my mid 40s with osteoarthritis pain in my spine and in my hands. I now spend my time helping my fellow sufferers with their osteoarthritis pain.

There is no cure for osteoarthritis but you can do a lot to relieve your osteoarthritis pain.

By making a few simple lifestyle changes and following some osteoarthritis treatment guidelines you can reduce the symptoms and relieve your osteoarthritis pain. With a little effort you can still a full and active life.

Here at Natural Treatments and Exercises for Osteoarthritis you can learn all about different treatments and I will teach you how to relieve osteoarthritis pain. Whether you are newly diagnosed with limited knowledge or someone who has been suffering for years, the aim is to have interesting, helpful and educational information. If you have experienced a type of treatment, whether successful or not, please leave your comments at the end of articles as this would help others thinking of using that type of therapy.

If you want to learn more about your condition including what is osteoarthritis, what causes osteoarthritis pain and what are the symptoms of osteoarthritis in individual joints then click on the tabs at the top of the page. I also keep up to date and make regular posts about anything to do with osteoarthritis, including current osteoarthritis treatment guidelines, do natural osteoarthritis remedies or alternative treatments for osteoarthritis help with your osteoarthritis pain plus all the latest news regarding new treatments for osteoarthritis. You can get all these by signing up for my free monthly newsletter on the right hand side of this page.

If you are newly diagnosed and don’t know where to start putting yourself together a treatment plan to relieve your osteoarthritis pain I suggest you sign up for my free 3 day course on Pain Management for Osteoarthritis. It will give you an overview of all the proven treatments for osteoarthritis pain.

Self Massage and Home Exercises for Osteoarthritis Pain.

If you have done any investigation into different therapies and treatments for osteoarthritis you will know that a good physical therapy program, including exercises, is the foundation to any treatment plan. Home based exercise studies have shown to be highly effective in relieving osteoarthritis pain. (E.G. hipkneehand osteoarthritis pain).You can get two different exercise programs here, both are designed by me personally.

How to Treat Osteoarthritis Naturally are a series of eBooks which are designed to teach you to treat yourself. They cover how to effectively use all the treatments recommended by the Arthritis  Foundation to relieve osteoarthritis pain, along with detailed instructions on self massage and exercises for mild, moderate or severe osteoarthritis. There is a multiple choice questionnaire so you know which level of exercise program you should follow.

Joint Control self massage and exercises for osteoarthritis program is a one on one program where you work with me, Dr. Sophie. Each program is individually designed for you and how your osteoarthritis pain affects you. You too will get all the information above but your exercise program will be designed specifically for you. I will work with you every step of the way until you are on a good maintenance program.

Join Us and Learn How to Relieve Osteoarthritis Pain.

How to relieve osteoarthritis pain

Don’t let your osteoarthritis stop you from leading a full and active life!

Leave your comments at the end of articles so others know whether that type of treatment has worked (or not worked!) for you. Join us on Facebook so together we can help one another by building a community with the best collection of treatments on how to relieve osteoarthritis pain. That way we can lead the lives we all deserve.

I look forward to working with you!

Yours in health

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Dr. Sophie Hardy

P.S. Life is too short to live in pain like this. Simply exploring this site could give you the answer to your osteoarthritis pain.


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Finger Splints for Osteoarthritis Give Good Pain Relief

finger splints for osteoarthritis

Simple finger splints used at night has been shown to significantly reduce pain and improve function.

Using finger splints for osteoarthritis has been shown to give effective, long term pain relief. This is excellent news for many people.

Osteoarthritis in the hand and fingers is incredibly common but relatively little research is done compared to the knee and hip. This seems a little odd as it is estimated about 70% of people over the age of 55 have hand osteoarthritis.  Continue reading

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Relieve Osteoarthritis Pain Using Mind Over Matter?

Relieve osteoarthritis pain

The pain suffered rarely correlates to how bad the degeneration is on X-ray

New research has shown people with chronic pain seem to process this pain differently in their brain. This means that it may be possible to trick the mind into coping with pain better so we can relieve osteoarthritis pain .

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Osteoarthritis Treatment Guidelines Updated in the UK

Osteoarthritis treatment guidelines

My simple to understand eBook covers ALL the new osteoarthritis treatment guidelines.

Osteoarthritis treatment guidelines have been updated by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in the UK. NICE’s role (as they state it) is to support healthcare professionals and others to make sure that the care they provide is of the best possible quality and offers the best value for money.

Therefore these guidelines are important as they set out as osteoarthritis treatment guidelines GPs should recommend to help their 1 million patients in the UK alone.

Generally this advice is excellent, taking a common sense approach. The treatments they are suggesting are have been well researched and prove to help but don’t cripple the patient financially as well!  Continue reading

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