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Excercise & Arthritis Pain PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 June 2013 00:00

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Most people think that exercise will make your arthritis worst. However, there are studies that prove otherwise. Exercise plays a very important role in managing arthritis if done properly and with the right amount.

How would you know how much activity is right for you? Mild muscle soreness after exercise is normal, sharp pain during or immediately after your exercise regimen may be a sign of injury. Here are some tips to know when you should be alarmed when you feel pain during or after your exercise routine:

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Four Simple Ways to Prevent Cold & Flu PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 14 January 2013 00:00

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Most of us love the weather during December to March. The cold weather gives us the chance to show off some nice clothes and doing exercises outside is more enjoyable. This type of weather makes me think of long afternoon walks under canopies of  trees (of course wearing my nice sweater or tweed jacket) during college days, and bowls of hot soup shared with family and friends. Though most of us adore this type of weather, it also makes us susceptible to common cold and flu.

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This 2015 AOJR wants to talk to you and your community about arthritis. Take part and join us in  promoting awareness about the social, emotional and health impact of arthritis as well as its evidence based treatments. Help us improve lives by creating awareness. You can contact us by calling 710-8292 or email us at jointspecialists@aojr.ph 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 2014. Dr. Paul Cesar N. San Pedro represented the Philippines in...

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Who else but our patients can testify to AOJR’s expertise in joint replacement surgery and how we helped improve their lives. Here are what some of our patients have to say:

 

Alcera" After the operation, I thought I wouldn't be ableto enjoy the same lifestyle as I had before. I was wrong, It's amazing how I can still enjoy activites likes dancing and aerobics."

Doris Alcera, 63y.o. Total Knee Replacement, February 2011

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