Arthritis and Joint Pain

Arthritis & Joint Pain

4.5 million Canadians over the age of fifteen (that’s 1 in 6 Canadians) report having arthritis.

Two-thirds of those affected with arthritis are women.

Arthritis is an overarching term for more than 100 different conditions that cause inflammation of one or more joints in the body. Arthritis leads to joint pain, swelling, decreased range of motion, stiffness, painful heat and redness of the joint.

During a flare up, the pain can be moderate to very severe, in some cases becoming completely debilitating for the sufferer. The disease does not always display visible symptoms, so some individuals find it hard to find support and understanding, and avoid social outings and activities which can lead to loneliness and depression.

While osteo arthritis is caused by age-related wear and tear on joint cartilage, rheumatoid arthritis is caused by an autoimmune disorder where the immune system will attack the lining of the joint capsule. Other types of arthritis are caused by underlying conditions such as infection or lupus.

Risk factors for arthritis include previous injuries or obesity, which puts extra stress on the joints. Genetics and age play a factor as well. At this time there is no cure for arthritis.

Joint Pain

Joint pain, similar to arthritis, is a pain where two bones of the body meet. It is typically caused by over-use of a joint, injury, or advanced age but can also be caused by an underlying medical condition.

Common areas of joint pain include the knees, hips, shoulders, hands and back.

Wellbeing at Home

Have You Tried?

Common remedies believed to help with alleviating arthritic aches and joint pain include:

  • Physical therapy and regular exercise – staying active can help with joint stiffness
  • Spraying Redfeather Pain Spray generously on the joint that is experiencing pain, covering the entire joint (circling the entire limb or body part)
  • Application of hot and cold packs to the joint
  • Yoga and meditation can assist with pain management and overall well-being

How Redfeather Can Help

Our customers have found Redfeather Pain Spray to consistently provide fast and effective relief from joint pains of all kinds.

For the most effective results, apply the product generously around the entire joint that is experiencing pain. For example, spray the product around the entire wrist, elbow, knee or ankle, or on the front and back of the shoulder.

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Redfeather Pain Spray

Redfeather Pain Spray

Customers across Canada describe Redfeather Pain Spray as a “miracle” relief from chronic and temporary pain. Containing 7% natural menthol, Redfeather Pain Spray is a fast-acting natural remedy.