Joint Pain in the Elderly
Pain within the joints commonly caused by inflammation.
Joint Pain Articles
Arthritis Top Tips: Medications for Joint Pain
We’ve compiled experienced caregivers’ best tips and suggestions for medications used to manage arthritis pain.0 Comments
Knee Replacement Surgery: A Personal Story
A personal story about knee replacement surgery, the rehabilitation process, and the decision to have the other knee done.18 Comments
Treating Arthritis: How to Stop Joint Pain
Seniors suffer daily with pain and disability from arthritis. Rest, exercise, eating a healthy, well-balanced diet, and learning the right way to use and protect the joints are key to living with any kind of arthritis.11 Comments
Do All Seniors Need Rehabilitation After a Hip Injury?
A broken hip, hip injury or hip replacement in the elderly can be very painful and problematic. Both occupational therapy and physical therapy services will likely be necessary to reduce pain, maximize mobility and improve quality of life.1 Comment
Joint Pain Questions
Any topical arthritis cream that works for arthritis in hips, legs, shoulders, etc?80 Answers
My mother-in-law has early stages of dementia. She has several ailments. She complains of pain, no cause found. Could it be the dementia?17 Answers
Step-dad stays in bed most of the time. He has really bad knees but won’t go to a doctor. He’s 85, and I feel like an enabler!3 Answers
Knee surgery for 92 year old dad who is diabetic and has dementia?6 Answers