There is no cure for Arthritisthere are controls and treatment available however to control and treat the pain and damage that is done by this disease.
You can't get rid of it..but you can make it better. It really depends on what type of arthritis you have..(osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.) Loosing weight and exercise helps both kinds. Strengthening the muscles, ligaments, and tendons around the arthritic joints helps to support them and slow the damage.
By finding an appropriate anti inflamatory.
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there are over a hundred different forms of arthritis. there are ways of treating the disease and of reducing the damage done by it in some situations however there is at this time no cure.
Luck. there is no cure for it just a hope it will go into remission
Antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, Green tea, omega-3, Vitamin E, and Calcium should be consumed to reduce rheumatoid arthritis. The more consumed, the more you are likely to rid of arthritis
Because it works & is cheap, therefore the medical world wants to get rid of it.
It depends on what type of arthritis you have. If you find that you have arthritic type pain in the thighs there is a chance that you are suffering from some sort of inflammation, However there are no joints in the thigh so if there is arthritis involved in your pain it would probably be treated with an anti inflammatory, it would however be wise to check on the problem with a medical practitioner.
In order to cure septic arthritis, antibiotics will be needed to make sure the infection is contained and that it will not spread. Secondly, there will be liquid or fluid in the joint that will have to be drained in order to get rid of the infection. Draining is the use of a needle to remove the fluid.
Its difficult to get rid of the habit of cracking your knuckles but you have to think of the risks of arthritis and other problems that may occur. What i usually do is either keep my fingers away from each other or have one hand occupied by twirling my pencil, tapping the desk, or crossing my arms. You just have to get the idea of cracking your knuckles out so you can get rid of that urge to pop them.
Yes as i have arthritis I have lots of details about arthritis
The three major types of arthritis is: Inflammatory Arthritis, Non-Inflammatory Arthritis and the Connective Tissue Arthritis.
Infectious arthritis, which is sometimes called septic arthritis or pyogenic arthritis, is a serious infection of the joints.
Yes, you can actually be born with arthritis. Most of the people born with arthritis are born with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
There is no cure for Arthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory arthritis
Yes, there are many types of arthritis. A type of arthritis that develop at a young age is ruemetoid (sp?) arthritis.Yes, there are many types of arthritis. A type of arthritis that develop at a young age is ruemetoid (sp?) arthritis.
Arthritis is not infectious
Yyou can get arthritisanywhere
You can have arthritis in the joints of your legs.
Some forms of arthritis, such as infectious arthritis or Lyme arthritis, are curable. Others, like rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis, are not.
Arthritis is a condition, not an illness, or a contagious or infectious disease. No one can 'pass' arthritis onto anyone else. Arthritis affects the bones. And yes, animals can have arthritis.
There are treaments for it but you cannot get rid of it completelyThere is a lot of work being done and there are some encouraging signs, especially in genetic engineering, but to date there is nothing yet.
Arthritis is the correct medical term. There are various types, like bacterial arthritis, osteoarthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis.
No, psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are two different things with different symptoms. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder, while psoriatic arthritis is a complication of psoriasis.