Arthritis Pain Relief

The main symptom of arthritis and related conditions is pain. Doctors may prescribe medication for pain relief as well as exercise or physical therapy. There are also a number of other non-invasive or alternative pain relievers including supports and braces, light therapy, creams, sprays, holistic treatments and more. Read articles, suggestions and research on natural and traditional methods of pain relief.

Advil Regimen for Arthritis

What is an Advil regimen for arthritis and would it benefit you? Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are debilitating conditions that require a regimen that includes medications, exercise and physical therapy. Who is a candidate and who is not?

Omega 3 and Arthritis

Omega-3 fatty acids, found in cold-water, oily fish like salmon and in fish oil supplements, may reduce the symptoms of arthritis. Let’s explore what omega-3 fatty acids are, their role in nutrition, and the link between omega-3 and arthritis.

Pain Relief for Hand Arthritis

There are a number of pain relief options for arthritis in the hand; some can be practiced at home after a consultation with a physiotherapist. Other options such as electrotherapy or hot wax treatment are best suited to the rheumatology clinic, where they are carried out by the physiotherapist.

Medications for Joint Pain

If you are one of the millions of Americans affected by joint pain, there is a high chance you have tried medications for joint pain. Read on to learn more about the types of medications that you can use to treat this often-debilitating condition.

About Arthritis and Light Therapy

Millions of people are suffering from arthritis, and light therapy has been helping them relieve the pain, and improve their mobility. Yes, you read it right! Not only does it make you look younger and your skin clearer, it temporarily relieves you of pain and helps in cell growth and regeneration