Moderate to Severe Osteoarthritis Pain Relieved with New Experimental Treatment

The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis (OA). When the cushioning cartilage in joints is damaged or breaks down, bones in the hands, arms, knees, hips, shoulders, and spine start to wear down over time. X-rays cannot detect damaged … Continue reading

Arthritis Option You Probably Don’t Know About

I was talking to my neighbor recently. He complained briefly about some pains he was having in his knees. I asked if it were arthritis. He told me that he played college football and now he is paying for it. … Continue reading

Got Joint Pain?

Our cartilage helps our joints absorb the impact of movement. We don’t see many cases of osteoarthritis in the young. However, normal aging, obesity, trauma and other factors can create conditions resulting in osteoarthritis. We start to feel pain, see … Continue reading