Which vegetable can prevent arthritis?

On December 14, 2011, in How to Defeat Back Pain, How to Treat Arthritis, Wellness, by Kelly Golob DC

Everyone knows eating vegetables is good for you. A list of all the benefits of vegetables is so long that most people tend to “tune out” any new information that comes up on the topic. Its easiest just to lump it all in to that general category of “vegetables are good for everything” (right next to the category – “exercise is good for everything”). But occasionally new research comes out that is so unexpected, it catches our attention just long enough to hopefully make a little difference in how we eat.

Is Turmeric an Effective Treatment for Arthritis?

On November 9, 2011, in Alternative Medicine, How to Treat Arthritis, by Kelly Golob DC

The joints in your body come in all shapes and sizes. They have different functions, different strengths, and different weaknesses. But one thing that all joint shave is the ability to become arthritic if not taken care of properly.

Is Low Back Pain connected to Arthritis of the Hip?

On March 15, 2011, in How to decrease Knee Pain, How to Defeat Back Pain, How to Treat Arthritis, by Kelly Golob DC

    Arthritis is a common cause of hip and knee pain and is especially prevalent in people over the age of 55.  Oftentimes people with hip or knee arthritis also report having back pain that further limits their mobility and quality of life.  Studies have shown that 40% of patients with hip or knee […]

Is Glucosamine as effective as Celebrex for Knee Arthritis?

Glucosamine and chondoitin sulphate are two of the most popular dietary supplements sold today.  They are most famous for treating arthritis and other joint pain conditions.  However, the research on its effectiveness is markedly mixed.  There have been some studies that show significant benefit, and others that do not. One recent double-blind placebo-controlled study evaluated […]

Can Lasers help those suffering with knee osteoarthritis?

Olympia chiropractor Kelly Golob explains that most people think of evil supervillains when they hear the word laser, but in the health care arena laser is making a new, more friendly, name for itself.