With more than 100 types of arthritis affecting an estimated 46 million Americans, the medical world has developed numerous types of arthritis pain management and treatments. Defined as “joint inflammation”, arthritis is typically found in adults over the age of 65 but can affect people of all ages, ethnic groups, and races. Out of the 100+ types of arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the most common forms and have different impacts on the human body.
In order to receive the perfect arthritis pain management treatments you must disclose all medical conditions you are suffering with in addition to arthritis. Once your doctor has diagnosed your exact type of arthritis, there are several steps to a life free of the pain and swelling. And although there is no way to reverse the cartilage loss caused by arthritis, your doctor will advise you of the best arthritis pain management and treatment options available.
The treatment programs offered help the patients manage arthritis with a comprehensive approach. From diet and exercise to therapeutic treatments and if necessary minimally invasive medical based procedures designed to maintain swelling and pain from arthritis. We focus the therapies on mobility and joint health which work to prevent the need for surgery. Diagnostic Health & Injury is committed to the prevention and early treatment of pain disorders like arthritis and we’ve found that the earlier we can provide treatment the better the outcome is for the patient. In the case of arthritis we’ll help you prevent joint replacement surgeries and manage the pain.
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Medications & Diet
Changes in diet and exercise are two basic methods to build a foundation for effective arthritis pain management and treatment. When considering medications, your doctor will disclose all of the alternatives available to you. To ease minimal pain, over-the-counter acetaminophens such as Tylenol and ibuprofens Advil and Motrin can alleviate pain for a period of time. Some common professional medications include disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARD), analgesics, biologics, and corticosteroids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. And while there have been significant advances in surgical procedures in recent years, there is a high probability that other arthritis pain management and treatments can subside your arthritis issues.
If you would like to have more information or to set up a free consultation ($500 value) and see how we can help you (or someone you know), give us a call at (337) 477-2876 to schedule an appointment to see if you are a candidate for these breakthrough procedures.