Many of us (actually all of us) are getting older. Just some faster than others. And as we age, visits to doctors increase. And we notice bumps growing on the skin, and aches and pains we never had before. Unfortunately, age and arthritis go hand-in-hand. It is very difficult to avoid. The body just wears out - it is not meant to live forever.
Many people with these aches just accept them. Doctors don't have a clue how to handle them, other than to advise Aspirin, Ibuprofen, or Tylenol.
So how to fix the aches and pains that many of us have just accepted as normal?
For me, the answer is easy. Find a good physical therapist; they can work wonders.
This answer came late for me. I was lucky and did not have many aches or pains. Then one day a friend who I beat routinely in tennis said while we were playing, "How come your serve is so slow now?" I had noticed shoulder pain, and was diagnosed as arthritis. But the physical therapist pointed out that I had marked weakness in that arm, my left, despite being left-handed. And with therapy, it was actually easy to improve.
So for those of you who have these aches and pains, don't just give up and accept them. Help is just around the corner. And remember, all physical therapists are not created equal. If one doesn't help, find another. (The one I use was actually recommended by my kids - it seems they are getting older, too). Who knew.
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One Week After Using Bare Skin Care