If you suspect arthritis is the source of your pain the first step is a diagnosis. Here are 10 of the most common types of arthritis to watch out for.
Once you dispel these common misconceptions about arthritis, you can get on track to a better understanding of arthritis and seek proper treatment.
Instead of letting your arthritis decide where you go, find ways to compensate, and lean on the resources around you to make the journey more enjoyable.
Arthritis pain and stiffness normally come together, but they can’t always be treated in the same way.
You might be surprised at the array of natural ingredients that can help soothe pain, relieve inflammation, and slow the progression of rheumatic diseases
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an uncertain disease: it can resemble other conditions, and it’s often difficult to predict how it will progress.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most prevalent conditions in people over the age of 50, but it can go on without a trace for quite a while.
When it comes to treating arthritis pain, anti-inflammatory medication is the traditional first course of action, but it’s not your only option.
An arthritis diagnosis tends to bring a list of limitations along with it, and that can mean some disappointing changes to your daily routine.
When it comes to stiffness and arthritis in the morning, the trouble begins when you settle your body down for the night. Here's how to improve mobility.