By Pete Scalia
Hi! My name is Pete. I was diagnosed with severe rheumatoid arthritis when I was 30 years old.
I had my symptoms under control for a number of years, until my wife and I decided we wanted to start a family. For me, that meant pausing my treatments while we tried to conceive. Continue reading Men In Chronic Pain: Being a Dad With Arthritis
Chronic arthritis pain hurts. It impacts nearly every aspect of life, from sleep to work to relationships. During the past year, more than one-third of people with arthritis stopped visiting their doctor out of fear of contracting COVID-19. That hiatus from treatment only made chronic pain worse. This June, during Men’s Health Month, we’re focused on helping people with arthritis take back control of their mental and physical health by teaching them when and how to ask for help with pain. Continue reading Men in Chronic Pain