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Get Inspired by The Blogs Of Our Members.
Maximize Your Physical Therapy Physical therapy is not only an ideal treatment for subsiding the pain that stems from injuries to muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, bones, and nerves, but it’s equally helpful for managing the pain that’s caused by conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and a spinal tumor. It’s one of the most effective ways[…]
Effectively Relieve Your Back Pain With These Significant Tips Author: Ashley Smith Today, you hear every third person out of five complaining about having a back pain. Aches and pains have become a part of our busy lifestyles and a majority of the people are suffering from various kinds of pains like back, knee, joints,[…]
#20MinuteTopics For each day of November, The Chronically Awesome Foundation has asked our friends and members to participate in a writing exercise called #20MinuteTopics. We have asked that you write for 20 minutes a day. We do not care what the topic is, just write. Many of us who are Chronically Awesome are already writers[…]
My Final Answer By Monica Radtke, Fibromyalgia Blogger I’ve always been able to make decisions about my health. Through what I know and research I do, the information I feel I need let’s me makes a well-rounded, complete decision. I rarely have questions about a surgery, procedure, x-ray, or test. Until now! Now I am[…]
3 Ways Cancer Can Impact Someone’s Mental Health By Cara Tompot, The Mesothelioma Center. Originally posted on HuffPost “You Have Cancer” Imagine being told that all the things you plan, all the moments you hope to have and all the achievements you aspire to may not happen. That’s what it is like when you hear[…]
Real Talk with Miss Florida 2017 Sara Zeng Real Talk is a prevention program offering middle school, high school, and college students a unique opportunity to open the conversation about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse while providing a safe environment where students can share stories about the challenges they face. Now in its[…]
Is This Really Happening To Me? By Monica Radtke Do you sit in the doctor wondering if all of this is really happening to me? For most of us with chronic conditions (or any patient for that matter), any medical appointment(s) are usually a (1) note-bringing and taking opportunity, (2) anxiety moment from beginning to[…]
8 Self-Care Tips For Cancer Survivors by Cara T. – The Mesothelioma Center by Cara T. – The Mesothelioma Center 8 Self-Care Tips For Cancer Survivors While the first few months after a cancer diagnosis typically is the most challenging, there is a different struggle that comes further down the line in cancer survivorship. Instead[…]
Pain Management And The Opioid Epidemic by Jules Shapiro Unless you have been under a rock, you know that war has been declared on the use, more specifically, the abuse of opioid medications. You probably are also aware that this nation has a staggering number of citizens living with the burden of chronic pain.[…]