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Stop Using #StoptheStigma!

Written by on February 11, 2016

Recently, some people have been using the tag #StoptheStigma on social media outlets to raise awareness of the stigmatization of chronic pain patients.

It really bothers me. And here’s why:

Another specialist……

Written by on February 8, 2016

So, on top of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis caused in the first seven months after diagnosis because my disease went unchecked, I also have fibromyalgia. Yes, I have that body-draining, pain-inducing, wrenching disease that sucks more of what little reserve that I have left over from my RA. My fibro is considered a secondary disease because I developed it after I developed my RA.

Minding the Gap

Written by on February 7, 2016

The first is the interval from when a joint is injured to when arthritis sets in.The second is from when arthritis sets in to when you are considered old enough for artificial joint replacement surgery.

For the knee, shoulder and ankle injuries that I’ve treated, these gaps have ranged from years to decades. But as we move into the 21st century, those gaps are looking very different.

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Keep Facebook free for Non-Profits

Facebook recently changed its algorithm, which severely limits what people see in their newsfeed from pages they “like” – to as few as 1 percent of that page’s followers. This hurts non-profits that provide information, support and inspiration to people who want and need it.

Click here to sign the Petition

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Text Messaging Can Improve Adherence in Chronic Disease Patients

By on February 3, 2016

Is text messaging a solution for medication adherence? See what a new study found.

Early Remission is Crucial in RA

By on February 3, 2016

A Dutch study found that remission-directed treatment allowed many patients to achieve early clinical remission.

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