Posts Tagged ‘Frying Pan Posts’

  • Textbook Rheumatoid Arthritis: Patient Input Will Replace It

    A week ago Eric shared his dilemma and asked readers to share opinions concerning the treatment of his wife Kim’s Rheumatoid Disease. He provided the summary of issues he had given their rheumatologist, background about her symptoms, and a summary of the doctor’s response. He then listed questions he invited readers to answer. I have […]

  • Poll Shows Textbooks Wrong on Rheumatoid Arthritis Morning Stiffness

    Morning stiffness is like morning sickness Did you ever have a baby? Did you have morning sickness? Was it only in the morning? Were you still pregnant? Everyone recognizes there is a lot of variety to the morning sickness experience. Some have it for a few weeks, some have it for all nine months and […]

  • What about a Clinical Protocol for Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease?

    This was written in October 2011 as the fourth in the Frying Pan Post series. As most of you know, I’ve been crazy-busy since then, leaving many things on hold. These posts examine crucial ideas that have surfaced over the last couple of years on the blog. The Frying Pan Posts challenge the status quo […]

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Exercise, Round 5

    This is the third post in the Frying Pan series to honor of the blog’s 3rd year, considering some significant issues from the last couple years. Sometimes the

  • 2 Reasons Monitoring Rheumatoid Arthritis Matters

    This is the second in a short series of posts in honor of the blog’s 2nd birthday. We are looking at some significant topics that have surfaced over the last two years. I’m calling these “frying pan posts” since these issues are critical enough to patients to speak rather bluntly. Why monitor Rheumatoid Arthritis? You […]

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Swelling, Take Two

    In honor of the blog’s 2nd birthday, let’s consider some issues that have been significant over the last two years. Today we’ll consider Rheumatoid Arthritis swelling. This may be blunt. More like a frying pan than a sword. Talking turkey on Rheumatoid Arthritis swelling A couple of years ago my kind-but-clueless-what-to-do-next (her word) rheumatologist told […]