Is My Hip Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

Medical illustration of osteoarthritis in the hip joint
Two of the most common causes of hip pain are osteoarthritis and trochanteric bursitis. When bursitis is the culprit, tendonitis is often present, too. Learn the symptoms of these two conditions and ways to tell them apart.

Walking: The Best Way to Start Getting Active with Arthritis

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Read about the advantages of walking and suggestions for getting started on a walking exercise program.

An Arthritis-Friendly Gift Guide

Arthritis gift guide
These practical gifts keep on giving long after the holiday season is over.

Why Should You Have Physical Therapy for Arthritis?

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Learn how physical therapy can help maintain mobility and strengthen joints affected by arthritis.

Confronting 5 Hard Truths about Chronic Pain

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Chronic pain is often associated with conditions, such as ankylosing spondylitis, or an injury caused by or related to an arthritis condition. There are a number of frustrating realizations that a person living with chronic pain may confront.

11 Tips for Flying with Arthritis

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Flights can be tough for those with arthritis, but these tips can help you travel without pain and stiffness getting in the way.

Getting Retested for Spondyloarthritis

Sacroiliitis, a hallmark characteristic of spondyloarthrits, may not always show up on an MRI.
What happens when sacroiliitis, a hallmark characteristic of spondyloarthritis, doesn't show up on diagnostic tests?

The Connection Between Inflammatory Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

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People with ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and other forms of spondyloarthritis may be at a higher risk for developing fibromyalgia.

Crepitus May Be Early Warning Sign of Knee Arthritis

Medical illustration of degenerative changes in the knee due to osteoarthritis
Although occasional knee cracking is usually harmless, a study finds that frequent popping or grinding in the knee joint can foreshadow arthritis.

12 Handy Kitchen Tools for Those with Arthritis

Kitchen Tools for Arthritis
If cooking aggravates your joint pain, try these 12 adaptive kitchen tools to help prepare meals.

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