Diagnosis and Treatments for Arthritis

Diagnosis and Treatments for arthritis

When you have arthritis pain, you need relief. But with so many warnings in the news about painkillers, it’s hard to know the best choice. Many medications that ease arthritis pain have the potential for health risks, including increased risk for heart attack, stomach problems, or infection

The treatment of arthritis is very dependent on the precise type of arthritis present. An accurate diagnosis increases the chances for successful treatment. Treatments available include physical therapy, home remedies, splinting, cold-pack application, paraffin wax dips, anti-inflammatory drugs, pain medications etc. Pain from osteoarthritis of the knee can be relieved by FlexiQule.

Avoid processed foods for Joint Inflammation

 

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Avoid processed foods such as baked goods and prepackaged meals and snacks. These items contain Trans fats to help preserve them, and trans fats trigger systemic inflammation. To dodge Trans fats, avoid any foods labelled as containing partially hydrogenated oils.

 

Exercise for joint flexibility

 

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Many people with arthritis need pain relief in order to go about their daily lives and get the exercise that could improve their condition. Easing arthritis pain can help someone with osteoarthritis get up and going, and get walking

Get a massage to reduce joint pain

 

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It can be difficult to naturally warm your muscles in cold weather, but a regular massage has been found to be an effective way to reduce joint pain for lots of people. Regular massage of muscles and joints, whether by a licensed therapist at a spa or by self-massage at home, can lead to a significant reduction in pain for people with arthritis. Massage also benefits people with painful hand or wrist arthritis

Use Warm Water Therapy to fight Arthritis Pain

Soaking in warm water, with or without minerals, is one of the oldest forms of medicine. And there’s good reason why this practice has stood the test of time. Research has shown it works wonders for all kinds of musculoskeletal complaints, including fibromyalgia, arthritis and low back pain.

Here are some simple steps to make the most of your next bath:

  • Go warm, not hot.

  • Don’t just sit there.

  • Add some salts.

Joint Supplements:

 

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There are many different names for the over-the-counter (OTC) medications that people take to relieve arthritis pain. But most products rely on just a few ingredients to ease joint pain but FlexiQule is a joint food supplement based on 100% natural active ingredients.

Read how FlexiQule can help joint pain

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