Treatment

  • Alternative Treatments

    Various treatments that are not under the standard medical prescription arena.
  • Exercises

    Regular exercise helps keep muscles strong and control joint pain and swelling.
  • Injections

    Non-surgical treatments for arthritis include injections into the painful joint.
  • Joint Aspiration

    Joint aspiration, also known as arthrocentesis, is a procedure where a needle and syringe are used to remove fluid from a joint.
  • Medications

    Some people find relief and effective management with over-the-counter medications, while others may need doctor-prescribed options such as opioid medications.
  • Surgery

    Most types of arthritis surgery are only considered after a concerted effort at non-surgical treatment has been undertaken.
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