Here in Missouri, the cold weather has been almost unbearable, right? This cold cold weather means increased aches and pains for many people with knee arthritis. The #1 thing to know about knee arthritis is that it doesn't have to hurt! People over the age of 55 may be living with knee arthritis, but have no clue that they actually have it.
Watch the video below to learn tips that will help make your knee arthritis less painful during the cold weather months...
Tips To Relieve Knee Arthritis Pain When It's Cold Out
Knee arthritis is where more bone builds up in the knee. BUT, what actually causes the pain? Nerves that are sensitive! There are certain things that you do everyday that are helping cause that pain in your knee:
- Mechanical Factors: How you walk, stand, sit, sleep, position yourself during the day, etc.
- A Decrease In Your General Health: nutrition, sleep, stress, smoking, etc.
What can you do to help make your knee arthritis less painful?
- Improve your general health to help start a decrease in aches and pain in your knee.
- We can help you with the more local (mechanical factors mentioned above) to help you come up with a strategy to help take care of your knee arthritis so it doesn't bother you during the winter months and random cold days we get in the spring!
Want To Learn More Tips You Can Use To Relieve Knee Arthritis Pain & Avoid Knee Replacement?
9 Things You Need To Know About Knee Arthritis Before Considering A Knee Replacement
This FREE guide shows you how decide if you actually need knee replacement surgery (even if your x-ray shows you're "bone-on-bone"). Learn natural alternatives to avoid or delay knee replacement surgery, or prevent it all together!
Inside you'll find information to help you:
- Understand causes of knee arthritis pain
- Decide if you actually need surgery, and
- Learn how you can relieve pain without having surgery or relying on pain pills
Perfect for people who:
- Suffer from knee arthritis pain that gets worse with cold or rainy weather
- Want to stay mobile and independent without needing surgery or pain pills
- Want to avoid knee replacement but feel like surgery is their only option (even if their x-ray shows “bone-on-bone”)
- Have had knee replacement surgery already but still have ongoing pain
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