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The worst thing an arthritis sufferer can do is stay sedentary. Because of the pain,stiffness and inflammation caused by this illness most people afflicted by it prefer to do nothing. Exercise can help you counteract the daily challenge of an arthritis sufferer. Tune in on Sunday 5/12@7p and find out how exercise can be your ally!
"Juvenile Arthritis is often difficult to diagnose and can take weeks, months or even years to determine definitively. Unlike many other medical conditions, there is no single test and no series of lab tests that will prove or disprove the presence of Juvenile Arthritis."
Author Kimberly Poston Miller has written the book that she wished was available when her children were diagnosed with two different types of Juvenile Arthritis.
Join host, Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Kim Miller. As she shares how her family has learned to adjust to the new normal, how to manage the sometimes enormous medical teams, controlling and handling flares and the multitude of other things to be considered.
Kimberly Poston Miller is the mother of two children who live with juvenile arthritis and other related autoimmune conditions. Through the management of her sons' chronic illnesses, she has become not only and active and inspired advocate for arthritis awareness, but also a seasoned expert on finding and maintaining balance within a family that is beset by extreme circumstances and often overwhelming challenges.
Learn more about Kimberly Poston Miller and her book Living with Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent's Guide:
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Karen Shoulders Director of Programs with the Arthritis Foundation - Heartland Region talks about how individuals who suffer from arthritis can still live well.
This is Arthritis Action Month. Visit www.arthritis.org to access information, webcams and other useful tidbits for dealing with arthritis.
Learn how to extend you cat's life and wellness and hear how you can best trreat feline arthritis with Dr Jane Brunt and Susan Logan, editor of Cat Fancy Magazine.
Dr. Brunt is one of the leading feline practitioners in the United States, having practiced feline-exclusive medicine for more than twenty years. Her practice philosophy of striving for excellence, providing compassionate care with empathy and courteous service while fostering the special bond has earned her accolades from her professional colleagues and her feline patients’ owners.
Also joining the show is Donna Rawlins author of Skinny the Cat and the Magic of Kindness, and the folks from Breathe Free Litterbox Mate
Today we will discuss, some of the misconceptions about food and arthritis. Reveal which foods can help lessen the pain and inflammation caused by this condition. As well as get an understanding of why, so many people young and old suffer so needlessly and stay on pill regimens with no real change.
Is your cat older and having a harder time getting around? Arthritis in cats is a common problem that many owners face as their precious felines enter their golden years. In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we discuss the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for your kitty's elderly joints.
We also take some time to discuss a breakthrough in the field of FIP research and help you understand what this discovery really means. Are we that much closer to a cure? To better diagnostics? To better treatments?
We also take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.
The Arthritis Foundation is committed to raising awareness and reducing the unacceptable impact of arthritis, a disease which must be taken as seriously as other chronic diseases because of its devastatng consequences.
We are leading the way to conquer the nation's leading cause of disability through increased education, outreach, research, advocacy and other vital programs and services.
Our goal is to reduce by 20 percent the number of people suffering from arthritis-related physical activity limitations by 2030.
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Guest host Genny Sacco-Bak. Of the over 250,000 Manitobans who currently live with arthritis, 2/3 are females under the age of 65 and 600 are children under the age of 16. Find out why arthritis is considered an invisible disease and learn how guests Kristen, Elizabeth and Kelsey deal with their symptoms and how they strive to live a normal life.
Genny Sacco-Bak is the Regional Events & Development Coordinator at The Arthritis Society here in Manitoba. She discusses the debilitating effects of arthritis and how people diagnosed with the condition can live well. Later in the show she discusses how you can raise funds for arthritis research while having fun travelling abroad.
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