Joint Arthritis pain relief is one of the most common reasons patients see their doctors
Joint Arthritis pain is usually caused by trauma to the area, misalignment of the joints and degeneration of the joints muscle tissue. When joint degeneration occurs, it is considered an early sign of Arthritis.
Typical symptoms of Arthritis include joint stiffness, joint tenderness, limited range of joint motion and warmth around the affected joint.
There are many options that provide joint Arthritis pain relief, including medicines, surgery’s, exercises and Far Infrared Therapy.
What is Far Infrared Therapy?
Far Infrared therapy is a type of Light Therapy that uses the Far Infrared spectrum of light to stimulate healing mechanisms in the our bodies. The largest source of Far Infrared rays comes from our Sun.
How does Far Infrared therapy help Joint Arthritis pain?
Far Infrared rays increase your bodies internal temperature which leads to an increase in blood circulation. The increased blood circulation makes it easier for your body to heal, particularly when repairing inflamed joints. Far Infrared therapy is a gentle, non-invasive, natural therapy method that has proven to show results in a little as a few weeks.
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A rheumatologist in Sweden had a young patient whom was having difficulty walking down stairs due to knee pain. The patient had a history of knee problems from the age of eight and it became clear that the cause was from joint inflammation. The patient was at risk of severe Arthritis which may lead to requiring the use of wheelchair.
The patient agreed to undergo Far Infrared therapy treatments. The procedure was done through the use of Far Infrared Sauna’s. The patient began noticing increased joint comfort and movement soon after the start of her treatments which may be attributed to her youthful body being able to heal more efficiently.
The Far Infrared therapy helped improve blood circulation, particularly around the inflamed knee joints. The increased circulation in turn improved her bodies ability to naturally heal the inflamed knee joints and reduce the pain.