While most people celebrate that Spring is finally here, others may dread the painful spring aches and pains. In addition, those who struggle with chronic pain may find this is a season, a symbol of limitation and more pain.

The reason for that is the earth’s atmospheric pressure can have a physical effect on your body. For example, if you have conditions that cause chronic pain, a change in temperature and humidity can have you feeling even more held back than you already did. 

You may remember your grandma or grandpa predicting the rain based on their knee’s pain. Well, as a kid, they seemed like wizards! But now we know that rain will cause a sudden change in pressure. So what is one to do to help alleviate your weather-related joint pain? Infusion therapy is a great start!

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