osteoarthritis,

osteoarthritis,

There are 6 comments on the Intelihealth.com story from Feb 13, 2007, titled osteoarthritis,. In it, Intelihealth.com reports that:

Inside a joint, a tissue called cartilage cushions the joint and prevents the bones from rubbing against each other. via Intelihealth.com

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Phyllis Head

Brampton, Canada

#1 Apr 5, 2007
This has been enlightening. I have been treated by Doctors for my arthritis, but a fall and a pain occuring on my upper arm alerted me to reading about it.
This article has helped me understand my doctors prescriptions
I have played an oboe since 10 years old and my finger joints still work very well. Maybe the exercise with the oboe helped and is helping. I am 84 this year. Thanks,
mark

Thunder Bay, Canada

#5 Jan 23, 2009
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Rose

Lodz, Poland

#7 Sep 14, 2012
While the effects of osteoarthritis cannot be reversed, early treatment may help avoid pain, disability and slow progression of the disease. For most patients who have only mild arthritis, the pain may be managed with simple things such as ice, rest, activity modifications, pills, or joint injections. According to medical references, hip replacement surgery may help if the condition is already severe.

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Kella S

San Jose, CA

#8 Dec 27, 2012
Medical professionals say that the most common disorder associated with hip pain is osteoarthritis, although other forms of arthritis can be culprits as well, including rheumatoid arthritis, traumatic arthritis and gouty arthritis. Acute hip pain usually occurs as a result of an injury. Related inputs here: http://www.depuysettlements.com

Since: Jan 13

Miami, FL

#9 Jan 31, 2013
Phyllis Head wrote:
This has been enlightening. I have been treated by Doctors for my arthritis, but a fall and a pain occuring on my upper arm alerted me to reading about it.
This article has helped me understand my doctors prescriptions
I have played an oboe since 10 years old and my finger joints still work very well. Maybe the exercise with the oboe helped and is helping. I am 84 this year. Thanks,
Just wanted to ask you what type of arthritis you have? And since how long you are suffering with this disease. What kind of medicine you are taking?

Deborah

Since: Oct 13

Latham, NY

#11 Nov 30, 2013
Osteoarthritis gradually worsens with time, and no cure exists. But osteoarthritis treatments can slow the progression of the disease, relieve pain and improve joint function.

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