Our hands are extremely useful so you want to keep them as mobile and agile and as strong as possible so you can keep doing the things you want and need to do. Sometimes, and particularly as we grow older, pain starts to develop in the hands frequently as the result of osteoarthritis. This blog addresses some preventative measures you can take to lower your risk and help you manage and improve the pain that comes with arthritis.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common condition in older adults. Most people are aware of OA occurring in the knees and hips, but it can affect the shoulder joint as well. In this blog you will find six tips to manage osteoarthritis of the shoulder and two exercises that can help.
Do you have osteoarthritis? In this awkward amount of time Deb Hunter, physiotherapist talks about osteoarthritis of the hips.
Do you ever find yourself with awkward moments of time where it is not quite enough time before your ‘next thing’ to really start something else in between? This happens to me regularly. These awkward moments started me thinking, and with the extra time I had during lockdown I needed to think about my practice and how best to serve my clients in a time of physical distancing.
The result? I introduced this 2 to 3-minute conversation where I talk for a couple of minutes on a useful or interesting snippet that I hope you will enjoy, Deb.