When you swim in the ocean. The diferent waves that the water makes. It is the cause of your body going banck to place. And your body stop aching.
I'm not near the ocean, but when I went to physical therapy, the therapists did suggest I sign up for the pool therapy several times a week to help my arthritis. I haven't done that, since it costs money I don't have right now, and isn't covered by my insurance, but I have a Whirlpool bathtub at home. It's so big it takes several rounds of filling it up with water at the correct temperature, but I tried it a few times. So far, didn't seem to help! Maybe I just haven't used it regularly enough.
At any rate, I'm told that water therapy is effective sometimes. I'm glad it helped you!
Hello My dear aka dj; I'm happy you anwsered my question. I was swimming in the Ocean by where the waves end at the beach. The waves were strong that they moved my body all over inside the water. A few hours later . I noticed that the pain in my body was gone. The Ocean healed my body.
Thank you Brenda.I wish you get well soon. As soon you find a pool. There are a lot of places where you can swim. Look in the internet for freepool.com on google.com
You're so sweet!
But there's no known cure for rheumatoid arthritis. Water therapy may help, but I wouldn't think of it as a "cure". There are other factors in most cases of pain that have to be taken into account. Now, if it's just a muscular ache or etc., then it might actually be a "cure" for that particular temporary situation.
Anyway, I wish you the best also.
i didn't know that thanks for letting me know. Will definitely let my mom know about it.
I'm glad you were reading my question Opticstoreonline.You and your mother enjoy the beach dear.
by rutley 6 years ago
Are you afraid you'll get bitten by a shark if you swim in the ocean?Did I watch Jaws to many times?
by Shil1978 7 years ago
How long does an ankle fracture take to heal? Is significant pain one month out normal?A friend had one and is still having significant pain walking!!
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