Experts agree that managing joint pain requires a holistic approach. A combination of physical therapy, nutrition and daily movement are all key to the ongoing management of chronic inflammation and pain. We understand that living with persistent pain can be a difficult journey and we’d like to help you on your way with some advice and strategies for managing your pain.
We’ll do our best to help you move, help you eat better and help you enjoy life, but we can only help those who want to help themselves – it’ll be a Joint Effort.
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