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Joint pain may be a sign of osteoarthritis. Learn how the breakdown of cartilage, underlying bone, and other soft tissues can lead to pain and stiffness in the hands, knees, hips, and other joints.
Exercise can be as effective in reducing knee pain as over-the-counter medication, and can increase range of motion, foster healthy cartilage, and help lose weight.
While hip pain can be hard to diagnose accurately, research suggests that hip arthritis patients generally feel either a dull ache and intermittent sharp pain.
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Learn how osteoarthritis occurs and how it can cause lower back pain and other symptoms.
Medications that decrease inflammation are used to treat ankylosing spondylitis, and physical therapy and exercise help reduce pain and improve mobility.
This physician reviewed shoulder osteoarthritis video lays out the symptoms and treatment options for patients with pain from shoulder cartilage degeneration.
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Treatments for rheumatoid arthritis are aimed to reduce pain, increase joint function, and slow or prevent further joint damage.
Fibromyalgia symptoms vary with each individual, but chronic pain and stiffness, fatigue, and sleep problems are most common.