Reduce Arthritis related inflammation and stay active
Currently, 1 in 5 adults in the United States will suffer from arthritis nearly 25 percent of these adults are male. Arthritis an inflammation in the joints, which can hit a person at any age but is more prevalent in older adults. Adults over 50 can develop osteoarthritis and by age 60 most adult have some degree of osteoarthritis. Often times the development of arthritis aggravate other conditions like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity because Arthritis most commonly limits motility and your able to stay active.
Some factors that may put you in a high-risk area for developing arthritis are:
- Joint injuries: when a joint is injured it can contribute to lack of cartridge around the joint and the development of osteoarthritis in that joint.
- Infection: when a joint becomes infected and inflamed this can potentially cause the advancement in various types of arthritis
- Personal occupation: when your occupation requires you to complete tasks of a repetitive motion this could cause deterioration to joint health and aid the development of arthritis
- Weight: being overweight or combating with obesity can contribute to the advancement and progression of arthritis
When sore joints and body stiffness start to become more prevalent in your day-to-day activities it’s time to consider seeing a specialist to determine what factors can help you alleviate pain and carry on with your life better. Determining if what you are experiencing is actually arthritis should be settled by a professional by using different techniques and equipment such as considering your medical history, blood tests, physical examinations and imaging studies.
Treatments can include but are definitely not limited to methods for pain control, lifestyle changes such as exercising and strength training, various methods of stress reduction, and massage therapy. If left untreated arthritis can have high costs associated with it such as knee, hip, and other joint replacements as well as physical therapy and hospitalizations.
Dr. Brown Protocol
Here at Advanced Osteopathic Health, we specialize in a Rheumatoid arthritis treatment known as the Dr. Brown Protocol. Developed more than 70 years ago by the late Thomas McPherson Brown, MD we are carrying on Dr. Brown’s legacy by practicing his arthritis treatment protocol for over 25 years. Capable of creating lasting and dramatically noticeable results when correctly administered, studies of the Dr. Brown’s protocol have show a successful treatment as highs 80% in the reduction of Rheumatoid arthritis related inflammation and the crippling pain and dysfunction that it creates. Some of the most critical factors that lead to the programs successful adoption is a combination of innovative use of prescription medications balanced with herbal anti-inflammatories, nutritional therapy, diet, and exercise.
The types of arthritis that Dr. Brown’s protocol could assist with are:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- Lyme disease
- Mixed connective tissue disease
- Psoriatic arthritis
At Advanced osteopathic health we are committed to helping you retain your mobility, treat your arthritis, and perverse an active healthy life style for years to come. Do not hesitate to call our office at (517)-323-1833 and speak to one of our friendly professionals to schedule an appointment with us today!