Loving My Pain Free Life
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Loving My Pain Free Life

My name is Melinda Johnson and I suffered with foot pain for many years. I went to see a podiatrist and after an examination, I was told that I had heel spur syndrome. I followed the recommendations of my doctor by doing at home treatments along with physical therapy. I was amazed at how much these treatments helped my foot pain. Living with pain can have a big impact on your life and that's why I started this blog. My foot pain kept me from doing many things that I enjoy and I want to help others who are going through the same situation. As you browse through my blog, you'll learn about home treatments, medical procedures and new advancements in medicine that can help reduce pain. It is my hope that by writing this blog, you can live pain free too.


Loving My Pain Free Life

  • Opiate Abuse And Your Child: What You Should Know

    23 September 2016

    A major problem among teens and even in younger children is the abuse of prescription opiate drugs. While you may not expect children to have access to such medications, the issue is very real and very serious. Just like many other drugs that children or teens can become addicted to, there are many different ways that your child can obtain prescription opiates, including through a legal prescription. Whether your child has a prescription or not, if you have noticed that your child looks and behaves quite differently all of a sudden (lethargic, disinterested in school, confused, constricted pupils, etc.

  • Lessen Your Foot Pain In Advance Of Your Podiatry Appointment With These Methods

    1 September 2016

    When you're suffering from foot pain, whether it's pain in your heel when you step or arch pain consistent with plantar fasciitis, you should call your local podiatry clinic and schedule an appointment. As a foot care professional, the podiatrist will get to the bottom of your pain and work with you on pain-prevention techniques, whether it's having orthotics made to wear in your shoes or another approach. If your appointment isn't for a few days and you're fed up with your pain, there are a handful of steps you can take on your own in the meantime to provide some degree of relief.

  • Tired Of Your Plaguing Sports Injury? Non-Abrasive Treatment Options

    12 August 2016

    If you have a plaguing sports injury that just doesn't seem to heal completely and starts to flare up and cause pain routinely, it's time to find a pain solution. There are a lot of different things that you can do to help treat the injury and get rid of the pain and irritation, that won't include expensive prescriptions or pain pills from a bottle. Talk with your physician and ask about the following treatments to help treat your pain.

  • 3 Ways To Help Your Body Adjust To Hearing Aids

    3 August 2016

    Getting hearing aids is a huge adjustment that will improve your life, but they will take some getting used to. Here are three ways that you can help your body adjust to using hearing aids. Listen To Audio Books As You Read When you read a book, instead of just reading it silently to yourself, listen to it on audio as you read. This will help you get used to listening to dialogue and descriptions with your new hearing aids.

  • 9 Ways To Protect Your Eyes While Using Electronics

    22 July 2016

    Tablets, smartphones, computers, and game consoles are fun to use, but they can be damaging to your eyes. You can experience headaches, dry eyes, itching, burning, and long-term vision problems. If you spend time staring at electronics throughout the day, here are some tips to protect your eyes.  Minimize the glare. A glare can intensify the glow from an electronic's screen and cause your eyes to strain. Using an anti-glare screen or a computer hood can help to reduce the glare.