Patient Education Articles

Learn more about arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other conditions that can cause pain including joint pain, spinal pain, and knee pain.

How Do I Ease Arthritis Pain?

With over 100 different forms of the disease, more Americans have arthritis than any other chronic ailment. However, as there is no diagnosed cure for the condition, all forms of treatment only combat the overarching symptom: the pain you feel in your joints. And that pain is no joke –...Read More
How Do I Ease Arthritis Pain?

What Causes Arthritis?

The term “arthritis” serves as a catch-all name for over 100 different conditions that describe some form of inflammation caused by cartilage wearing away at the joints. However, while you might show several symptoms that assist in a diagnosis, simply displaying some joint pain and stiffness doesn’t mean you have...Read More
What Causes Arthritis?

What is the Best Medicine for Arthritis?

No matter which one of the 100+ versions of arthritis you might have, you will experience some level of joint pain. That’s literally the nature of the diagnosis, and the pain you feel can do more than cause mild discomfort – it can slow you down to the point that...Read More

What Does Arthritis Feel Like?

As the most prevalent chronic condition in America, arthritis is most commonly understood as an inflammation of the joints you often experience as you age. The condition typically manifests when your bones rub together more than they should, and your likelihood of developing it depends upon age your genetics, biology,...Read More

What is Arthritis?

Understanding Your Pain and How to Address It In terms of application, arthritis is a wide-ranging diagnosis that can be applied to over 100 different diseases. But in its most practical sense, arthritis describes a general inflammation of the joints, and it’s the most common chronic condition in the United...Read More

What Exercises Can I Do to Help My Arthritis?

Embrace Arthritis Exercises that Reduce Joint Pain and Strengthen Your Body Dealing with arthritis can be quite painful. The inflammation in your joints that arises from the lack of cartilage between your bones causes redness, swelling, creaks, and general discomfort. The whole situation makes you want to avoid any sort...Read More

How Do I Know if I Have Osteoarthritis?

Recognizing the Symptoms and Knowing When to Seek Help Medically speaking, osteoarthritis is a condition that occurs when the cartilage that typically exists in the joints of your bones wears down over time. This condition will eventually cause your bones at those joints to rub against each other directly, slowly...Read More

What is Osteoarthritis?

Understanding the Roots, Causes, and Treatments While there are over 100 different types of arthritis and arthritis-related conditions, osteoarthritis is far and away the most common. Affecting more than 20 million Americans, it’s expected to surpass 40 million by 2020. As the most prevalent version of this degenerative joint disease,...Read More
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