Is it time to add some omega-3-rich fish to your diet? Learn about omega-3s and how they help fight inflammation and arthritis.
Gout flare-ups aren’t fun, but they can be managed with the right diet, which might not be what you think. Learn the truth about some common gout diet myths.
Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis often go hand in hand. But can you have one without the other? Learn about these related conditions, their symptoms and how to manage them.
Psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are easy to mix up. Both cause pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints. But they’re more like siblings than identical twins. Getting a correct diagnosis will help your provider develop a more personalized treatment plan.
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An orthopaedic surgeon answers your questions about knuckle-cracking, arthritis and enlarged, unsightly joints.
If you have ankle arthritis, it’s best to proceed with conservative management first. Find out what other treatment options are out there from an orthopaedic surgeon.
If you’re struggling with arthritis pain, you may not need more medication to ease the hurt. Instead, try eating the right foods — research shows it can help.
If you have arthritis, the benefits of exercise are abundant. The endorphins released by a good workout can reduce your pain. The weight you lose over time can ease stress on your aching back and joints. The flexibility, mobility and stability you gain can ease all of your symptoms.
You may already be taking medicines — either prescription or over-the-counter — to relieve morning stiffness, inflammation and pain in your joints. But many studies show that certain foods, spices and supplements may help in addition to medicines.
Athletes, fitness buffs and novices alike all know the saying “no pain, no gain,” and to some extent, this is true. But how to do we know if the pain we are experiencing is normal?