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Osteoarthritis Treatment Plan
Discover how OA pain can be treated and managed.
Tactics for keeping OA pain, stiffness and swelling in check, and restoring mobility.
A look at the medications used to treat OA and those that rheumatologists say are worth watching.
Do you take more than one medicine for osteoarthritis or other ailments? You could be at risk for dangerous drug interactions.
Guidelines offer consistent recommendations for doctors worldwide.
What are the benefits of surgery?
Most joint implants are made from metal, which can cause an allergic reaction in some people. Here's what you need to know before and after joint replacement surgery.
Researchers are developing new ways to manage OA and gaining insight into its causes.
The impact of OA, as well as the approach to treatment, varies for men and women.
Research is mixed when it comes to needle sticks relieving OA pain. But does the research tell the whole story?
Corticosteroid injections can improve pain in some people with OA.
The weight of evidence suggests that a shot in the knee may bring some OA patients relief.
Available at drug and discount stores, these affordable wraps ease arthritis symptoms.
Researchers are using tissue engineering to replace damaged cartilage before osteoarthritis strikes.
This cutting-edge treatment offers hope for osteoarthritis in dogs – and maybe people one day.
An unlimited supply of a new kind of stem cell can help researchers grow cartilage and screen for new arthritis drugs.
The discovery of osteoarthritis biomarkers could speed up the process of determining a drug's effectiveness.
A better understanding of artificial joint materials and individuals’ responses to them are key to improving hip replacement success.
Researchers await word from FDA on resuming studies of anti-nerve growth factor medication for OA.
Research shows bariatric surgery may be a solution to OA pain and other problems.
It’s not just for smoothing laugh lines. Botulinum toxin may have the potential to ease OA pain.
Researcher seeks better treatment for osteoarthritis at the base of the thumb.
Can changing the way you walk reduce OA knee pain?
New techniques help stop joint surgery pain before it starts.
Interest in platelet-rich plasma injections for OA has grown in recent years, but does the research support the claims?
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality offers a review of pain medicines for osteoarthritis.
Adhering to your treatment plan isn’t always easy, but research shows that it’s the best way to stave off complications.
The SNOW V conference addressed the global issue of osteoarthritis and the many ways researchers are trying to reduce its burden.
Researchers investigate the possibility of preventing OA onset and/or disease progression.
Researchers explore biological and social factors that may uncover opportunities for improved care.
New research on ACL tears could lead to the development of better treatments to stop or slow the progression of osteoarthritis.
Can a series of sugar-water injections ease knee OA pain?
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