More research needed on pain relief from prolotherapyArthritis

More research needed on pain relief from prolotherapy

By Robert Shmerling, M.D. Q: What can you tell me about prolotherapy? Have there been published studies on the treatment?…

Choosing an OTC pain reliever for osteoarthritisArthritis

Choosing an OTC pain reliever for osteoarthritis

The Medicine Cabinet: Ask the Harvard Experts By Howard LeWine, M.D. Q: I have osteoarthritis in both knees. What’s the…

Osteoarthrosis can’t be reversed, but symptoms can be effectively managedArthritis

Osteoarthrosis can’t be reversed, but symptoms can be effectively managed

Mayo Clinic Q&A DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My mother, 70, has osteoarthritis and was prescribed medication to help with the pain.…

Three questions your doctor will ask about your aching jointsArthritis

Three questions your doctor will ask about your aching joints

By Scott Burg, D.O. Over the years, a lot of people have come to see me about an aching knee,…

Knee damage appearing on MRI predicts arthritis aheadArthritis

Knee damage appearing on MRI predicts arthritis ahead

Source: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine whatdoctorsknow.com People who are at higher risk to develop knee osteoarthritis (OA) from…

The sooner psoriatic arthritis treatment starts, the betterArthritis

The sooner psoriatic arthritis treatment starts, the better

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I was recently diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and am confused about all of the treatment options. What…

Eating to ease arthritis painArthritis

Eating to ease arthritis pain

By Carrie Dennett, M.P.H., R.D.N., Environmental Nutrition Newsletter More than 50 million Americans — one in five adults — have…

Old Arthur ItisArthritis

Old Arthur Itis

Are the effects of arthritis just something we have to deal with as we age? By Karen Schwartz Ah, getting…

Great PainsArthritis

Great Pains

The key to living with arthritis is good pain management by Patrick Kenney Each year, 27 million Americans suffer from…