Topic : arthritic clients

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Healthy Living: Osteoarthritis

October 22, 2015  | Article

Osteoarthritis is often referred to as a “wear-and-tear” disease, and because of the repetitive nature of their work, nail techs are at risk to develop this form of arthritis. Spot the symptoms and learn ways to prevent and treat this painful condition.

Keywords: arthritic clients   healthy working  

Client of the Month: The Arthritic

April 2, 2014  | Article

Arthritis is America’s #1 cause of disability. Educate yourself about this often debilitating disease, and then try some of our techniques and suggestions for providing a service that offers comfort to your clients suffering with arthritis pain.

Keywords: arthritic clients   client health  

Personal Trainer: Arthritis

August 17, 2013  | Article

Though more than 100 types of arthritis exist, two are most familiar: osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic autoimmune disease. Osteoarthritis, on the other hand, is often referred to as a “wear-and-tear” disease. Because of the repetitive nature of their work, nail techs are at risk to develop this form of arthritis over the course of their careers.

Keywords: aging nail technicians   arthritic clients   common ailments of nail technicians   Personal Trainer  

Under the Microscope: Arthritis

March 20, 2013  | Article

Arthritis is a painful inflammation of the joints that limits everyday activities.

Keywords: arthritic clients   Under the Microscope  


January 2, 2011  | Encyclopedia

The Greek term “arthro” means joint, or a connection point. The meaning of “itis” is “inflamed.

Keywords: arthritic clients   elderly clients   nail diseases   special needs clients  

The Aging Foot

June 1, 2004  | Article

Our feet — along with our activities— change as we mature. From hereditary problems to injuries, our feet often take a pounding the older we get. Help your clients take care of their feet throughout their lifetime to ensure good foot health into old age.

Keywords: arthritic clients   athlete's foot   brittle nails   bunions   corns  

Targeting Seniors

March 1, 2001  | Article

Baby boomers turning 50 and older Americans are redefining aging. Appeal to them as clients by target marketing, customizing services, and understanding their concerns.

Keywords: arthritic clients   circulation disorders   elderly clients   hammertoes   niche marketing  

The Nail Doctor

June 1, 2000  | Article

The Nail Doctor discusses throbbing nails, tumors, young clients, and arthritis medication. 

Keywords: arthritic clients   effects of medications on nails   nail trauma   The Nail Doctor   tumor  

The Nail Doctor: Grooved Nails and Lifted Plates

June 1, 1997  | Article

The Nail Doctor tackles your pressing questions on nail injuries and arthritis. 

Keywords: arthritic clients   fungal infections   lifting   longitudinal grooves   nail injuries  

Arthritic Clients— Handle With Care

January 1, 1996  | Article

Arthritis is the number one disease suffered by women. As a nail technician, you can help clients face it with beauty and serenity by making your salon a comfortable, economically friendly place.

Keywords: arthritic clients   special needs clients  

Servicing Clients with Autoimmune Disorders

March 1, 1992  | Article

Knowing what to do with special needs clients before they walk through the door will make both you and the client more comfortable and the service more meaningful.

Keywords: alopecia areata   arthritic clients   autoimmune diseases   effect of medications on nails   Hashimotos disease  

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