There can be unexpected consequences to getting healthy.
MedVadis Research is currently conducting a study to treat chronic pain.
One bright side of COVID-19 is more people are getting out of the house exercising! Whether because of cabin-fever, boredom, or finally getting to your fitness goals more people are out walking throughout neighborhoods nationwide. More people have taken on home projects from painting to creating vegetable and flower gardens. It’s truly amazing all the different ways we have stayed active mentally and physically during the pandemic.
However, sometimes a new-to-you activity comes with consequences. Unless you were maintaining a garden or playing in an adult soccer league prior to COVID-19, you might have discovered that weeding your tomatoes or biking the rail trail has aggravated an old injury.
Do you have a “trick” knee from football or soccer? Did you zig when you should have zagged playing tennis or volleyball in your youth? Does it ache constantly with changing weather? The fact is, if you have pain in your knee related to arthritis you may qualify for an upcoming research study.
MedVadis Research is currently conducting a study to treat chronic knee pain related to osteoarthritis.
To learn if you qualify, please call or text Dr. Counihan at 617-875-0962
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