23% of U.S. Adults Are Troubled by Arthritis

Laser therapy is a non-invasive, non-thermal application of light energy to stimulate cells. Once stimulated by near-infrared light, cells in the affected area generate more energy and repair themselves. The use of photobiotherapy fails to bring known negative effects on cells.

The Centers for Disease Control estimates that 54 million Americans have limited mobility due to arthritis. A report involving 23% of U.S. adults reveals the pain associated with arthritis. If you leave it alone, it will wear down your body year by year as time goes by, so how can we manage it better?

Arthritis is a term used to describe or generalize over 200 diseases that affect joint health. There are many different forms of arthritis, and it does not differ by age or gender. The heart of the problem lies in a set of symptoms that tend to be unnoticed at first and then begin to break out gradually.


Related Symptoms:

  • Pain
  • Inflammation
  • Reduced range of motion
  • Reddening of the skin around the joints

Despite advances in medicine, the typical therapeutic schedule for arthritis hasn’t changed much over the years. Given that arthritis cannot be cured once and for all, most doctors try to relieve symptoms to control patient’s condition. Most people would recommend NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) or ibuprofen to control pain and reduce inflammation. In some cases, joint replacement surgery and physical therapy can be used to treat arthritis.

But What If These Options Don’t Work for You?

While there is no cure for arthritis, other management options are available to help you avoid the symptoms related to this condition. Alternatives include weight loss, exercise, hydrotherapy and laser therapy. In addition to hydrotherapy and laser therapy, both weight loss and exercise can relieve pressure on the joints, thus alleviating arthritis in the motion area and strengthening the surrounding muscles.


Hydrotherapy is a type of physiotherapy in which exercise and water are used to reduce inflammation while supporting the body and increasing range of motion.

Laser therapy is a different form of physiotherapy that uses light energy to stimulate the body’s ability to repair itself. When applied to symptomatic joints, laser therapy can not only alleviate pain and inflammation, but also improve the ability of body moving. What’s more, patients won’t notice any therapy-related pains or negative side effects due to the use of the laser system. Laser therapy is completely non-invasive and safe.

I would recommend that you try Powercure Pro in the early stages of arthritis, which is 100% pure physical therapy to solve the pain at its source, in an effort to prevent the arthritis from worsening and encourage your body to repair itself. Many diseases can be prevented from worsening years later if you start preventing them early. Young people with joint pain might as well try the Powercure Pro, which is small and portable and can be taken anywhere.

23% of U.S. Adults Are Troubled by Arthritis
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