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For someone with arthritis, the holiday season can feel daunting.
When I’m feeling absolutely hideous, I don’t want to look in the mirror and see that image reflected back at me.
Surgery day arrives! I am pumped at the thought of being able to see — to get in the car and drive... and drive... and drive!
Here are some gift ideas for the person in your life who suffers from arthritis.
Let's face it — the holidays can be stressful. So how do you balance celebrating and being kind to yourself?
"It’s now been two months since I completed the hike. I have yet to find a new activity I really feel passionate pursuing, but I’m not going to rush anything."
"When I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2004, I realized that “You know your body best” was going to be a whole new challenge for me."
"During this season of thankfulness, I’d to take a moment to share the positive outcomes of arthritis."
There’s no getting around it: parenting is a physically demanding job! With my training as an occupational therapist, I’ve tried...
The CDC reports that one in 20 working-age adults is limited in their ability to work for pay due to arthritis.
My ophthalmologist said that my eyesight had deteriorated significantly — and when I told him I was on prednisone, my heart sank in my boots.