Arthritis Pain Relief
Do you suffer with aches and pains that don't have a rhyme or reason? About 1/3 of the adult population in the United States have doctor-diagnosed symptoms that are consistent with arthritis. In fact, arthritis is notably the most common of disabling diseases known to man. Men and women who suffer from the various forms of the degenerative joint condition have to limit what they can and cannot do. Rheumatoid arthritis usually comes early in life and is likely an autoimmune-related arthritic condition caused by an unwarranted attack in the bloodstream. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of joint inflammation that typically shows up later in life. Spinal osteoarthritis may stem from natural aging and is part of a degenerative form of disc disease that often requires arthritis pain relief.
Diagnosing Arthritis Symptoms
- Dull Aching Joint Pain
- Inflammation Affecting Mobility
- Arthritic Joints Warm to Touch
- Deformity of Joint Shape
- Joint Stiffness in the Morning
- Emerging Pain Hours after Use
At the MedWell Center for Chronic Conditions Recovery, our doctors, therapists and staff will conduct a thorough assessment for arthritis pain relief by identifying the type and severity of arthritic conditions. Your age, lifestyle and personal goals are considered along with the various non-surgical treatment options available. In order to assess the severity of joint damage, our physician will check your overall nerve function, reflexes and problematic joints as well as your general musculoskeletal condition. While arthritis surgery is always an option, we have found that is not the only solution for restoring your movement and mobility. Many patients have reported excellent arthritis pain relief following Platelet Rich Plasma injections (P-Shots).
It is so important to carefully consider your every option before electing to undergo joint surgery. Often surgery can be avoided by selecting non-surgical options aimed at treating the cause of arthritic pain rather than the symptoms. To learn more about the types, symptoms and treatment options for arthritis pain relief, contact MedWell today to schedule your FREE consultation.