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Osteo Relief Institute Offers Humane Solutions to Arthritis Patients

Arthritis is an utterly common, but the least understood medical condition. The term is used about the joint disease in general which includes even the joint pains. Arthritis exists in more than 100 different forms, and nearly 50 million adults live with these various forms in the United States. Women are more susceptible to this complication and the chances that one would suffer from it increase with aging. It is today ranked as the number one cause of disability in the country.


Osteoarthritis, which is at times referred to as degenerative joint disease is the most common type of arthritis. It culminates into the degeneration of the cartilage. As this soft tissue degenerates, the bones rub against each other resulting in swelling, stiffness, and pain. The joints then lose strength with time, and the pain slowly becomes chronic. Many treatment options are in place to manage joint pains and protect the quality of life even if osteoarthritis has no cure.

Excess weight, previous injury, age and family history are the common osteoarthritis risk factors. The patient’s commitment to its management is crucial to minimizing the speed and impact of the condition because it is incurable. The arthritis self-management can be done through exercise, medical treatment, and daily routines.


About Osteo Relief Institute

Finding a good and trusted doctor is everybody’s dream in the current healthcare environment. Osteo Relief Institute, which was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Wall Township, New Jersey, has in place multidisciplinary clinics that operate on the principle that a patient is nothing less than a family. The interdisciplinary nature means that the Osteo Relief Institute clinics constitute a group of certified physical therapists and certified physicians. The aim of Osteo Relief Institute is to offer arthritis patients receive safe and effective treatments.


Osteo Relief Institute has a wide range of cleared and FDA approved technologies that they employ to handle the various complications in their patients. The health facility maintains a competitive edge by applying state-of-the-art advanced technologies to provide a lasting pain relief. The staff at Osteo Relief Institute is expertly trained to handle the patients with different complications.


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With Thor Halvorssen on Socialism

Fox News’ Trish Regan recently interviewed Thor Halvorssen about socialist governments and Bernie Sanders. She stated that socialism is a violation of basic human rights. Bernie wants America to be a socialist country and his critics are blasting him for this. She then introduced Venezuelan civil rights activist, Halvorssen.

He said that while he agrees that socialist governments can be a violation of basic human rights, this is not always the case. He said that countries can have socialism and that can be okay. He cited the examples of Denmark and Sweden who both have good socialist governments. He said that such examples prove that socialism can sometimes be a good thing. Socialist government is bad when a leader uses socialism as a mask to take away from people. Venezuela is an example of a country with a bad socialist government. The corrupted socialist system in Venezuela is resulting in a humanitarian crisis. The socialist Venezuelan government set prices and therefore this has resulted in tons of shortages.

Halvorssen said that he would much rather Sanders be president than one of the people in the bad versions of socialism who take money away from people.
Regan pointed out that corrupt socialism has drastically touched Thor Halvorssen in a very personal way.

Halvorssen said his father had been a political prisoner and that his mother shot by the regime of Hugo Chavez. In addition, his first cousin is currently a political prisoner. Halvorssen finalized by stating that in his view the redistribution of wealth is not the way to eliminate poverty and that democratic socialism can exist if there is rule of law.

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