Under certain conditions, your doctor may recommend a shoulder replacement surgery that reverses the positions of the ball and socket, known as a reverse shoulder replacement. Learn what those conditions are.
Evidence shows that strength training can decrease joint pain and increase function for those with arthritis, regardless of what type of arthritis. Read tips for getting started with strength training.
Joint aspiration, or arthrocentesis, is a relatively safe and simple procedure to extract synovial fluid from a joint. Learn about the 3 reasons your doctor may recommend a joint aspiration for your arthritis.
As one of the main weight-bearing joints in the body, the hip is subjected to a lot of wear and tear. This walkthrough of our new video explains how hip osteoarthritis develops and the symptoms it causes.
The acromioclavicular joint, or AC joint, of the shoulder is one of two shoulder joints prone to osteoarthritis. This guide to our new video about AC joint arthritis explains how it develops and what symptoms it causes.