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Arthritis can complicate the simplest of tasks--even shoe shopping. Discover the truth behind common arthritis myths and learn what to look for when shopping for a comfortable shoe.
Physical therapists can provide effective interventions to reduce arthritic joint pain and inflammation, while improving and maintaining joint function.
Exercise is important for seniors and caregivers alike, but what do you do when arthritis pain makes just getting out out of a chair a struggle? Here are eight tips that may help make working out more bearable for people suffering from arthritis.
Don’t let osteoarthritis slow you down. Treat this disease with simple yet effective diet and exercise options.
Learn about some treatments and techniques to try when arthritis pain is impacting daily life, and it seems unbearable.
The buildup of uric acid in the joints is a form of arthritis known as gout. What causes gout, what are the symptoms, and how is it treated?
When Rheumatoid Arthritis occurs, the body attacks the lining of a joint just as it would if it were trying to protect you from injury or disease.
Osteoarthritis erodes cartilage in joints, leaving bones to rub against each other. The result: The most painful type of arthritis.
Using wedges in shoes may not only reduce pain in the knees while walking, it may also slow the progression of knee osteoarthritis.
Reactive arthritis, also known as Reiter's Syndrome, is caused by the body's reaction to an infection elsewhere in the body.
So many magnetic therapy products are available. Are they a viable option to traditional medicine when it comes to reducing or eliminating pain?
Arthritis is a painful condition of the joints that plagues millions of seniors, causing pain, stiffness, and swelling in the hands, arm, knees, neck and legs.