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Cherry Creek Wellness Center has five locations to meet your physical therapy needs in Denver and surrounding areas in the Front Range. With services like massage therapy, personal training, physical therapy, pilates and weight loss programs, Cherry Creek Wellness Center in Denver, CO can develop a personalized program to fit your wellness needs. We also offer specialty services such as sports physical therapy, pelvic floor physical therapy, trigger point dry needling, vestibular rehabilitation, TMJ dysfunction, hand therapy and more.


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How Diet Changes and Specialized Physical Therapy Can Help Joint Pain


April 26, 2017

If you suffer from joint pain or inflammation, did you know that your diet can play a large role and factor in your pain? Eating a proper diet and working with a physical therapist can help relieve your pain. Learn how your diet affects your body, to reduce foods that cause inflammation, and the benefits of specialized physical therapy to help.

How diet affects the body

Many think of a poor diet only in terms of weight gain and physical appearance, but it can also affect the way you feel, sleep, and function. In addition, eating foods that are not rich in nutrients can increase the risks for illnesses, injuries, and diseases. Ideally, you will want to have a diet that is full of fruits and vegetables that are rich with vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants. Certain vitamins will naturally help a variety of factors , from clear skin to leveling out one’s cholesterol. Your plate should consist of a larger percentage of vegetables to enable you to get proper nutrients and then a smaller amount of fruit, grain and protein. Dairy can also be included with a meal, but typically in much smaller amounts than the other items on your plate. For a full guide of exactly how much you should eat of which food group, learn more about MyPlate from ChooseMyPlate.gov.

Food that causes inflammation

Did you know some of the foods that you consume on a regular basis can contribute to pain due to inflammation? These foods can lead to many other risk factors such as disease, weight gain, or diabetes. The inflammation caused by certain foods may lead to joint paint and even arthritis, which is why a proper nutrition is key for being healthy and feeling great. A key food that can lead to inflammation is refined sugar. Because sugar is included in so many different foods, it is likely you are consuming it in a variety of forms. Change this by making a transition to natural sugars instead. Fried foods are also a major culprit for inflammation. For a larger list of foods that can be contributing to your joint pain, read Healthline’s “Foods to Avoid with Arthritis.

Benefits of specialized physical therapy

If you are experiencing joint pain, in addition to making changes in your diet, you can also work with a physical therapist on specialized physical therapy to relieve your pain. No matter which area you are struggling with, physical therapists have the knowledge to create a customized plan for you. They will walk you through techniques and exercises to bring you relief.

If you are looking for ways to relieve your joint pain, Cherry Creek Wellness Center can help. Our team of trained physical therapists can provide you with specialized physical therapy. Do you have a digestive disorder? Many people unknowingly suffer from digestive disorders. Learn more in our probiotics guide on how probiotics impact your body. To get started with a physical therapist, contact us today at 303-333-3493 and get started resolving your joint pain issues.
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