Arthritis-health Blog

How to Sleep Better if You Have Ankylosing Spondylitis

These 3 tips can help alleviate your ankylosing spondylitis symptoms so you can get some much needed rest.

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When Is Joint Revision Surgery Needed?

Most joint replacements last years without any problems. But as joint replacement patients get younger, an increasing number of people may need a second joint replacement, known as a joint revision surgery.

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Lubricating Injections Can Soothe Knee Osteoarthritis

Viscosupplementation or hyaluronic acid injections are a good treatment option for knee osteoarthritis when other treatments haven't worked or you're trying to delay or avoid surgery.

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The Best Way to Relieve Knee Arthritis Pain

A large analysis of several studies reveals the most effective medical treatments for relieving the pain of knee osteoarthritis.

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What’s the Right Injection for My Joints?

If you’re wondering which injection is the right option for your painful joints, this guide explains the pros and cons of each option.

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4 Knee Stretches to Reduce Arthritis Pain

Knee arthritis, regardless of the type, can benefit from these stretches to reduce pain and improve flexibility.

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Shoulder Arthritis: Why It Starts and How It's Treated

Learn how osteoarthritis develops in the ball-and-socket (glenohumeral) joint of the shoulder, and what tactics can relieve pain and other symptoms.

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Likely Causes of Knee Pain: A Symptom Guide

Knee pain is often caused by one of these four conditions. This symptom guide can help you narrow down the cause of your knee pain.

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The Challenges of Recovering from Shoulder Replacement

Our Forums moderator shares about the difficult but rewarding process of recovering from shoulder replacement surgery.

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When I'm in Pain, Should I Exercise or Rest?

When your arthritis flares and your joints hurt, are you supposed to rest or stay active? Find out the answer.

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