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Arthritis & Joint Pain - About Orthopedics
While there are many types of arthritis, all types cause joint inflammation. Common complaints of people with arthritis include joint pain, swelling, and stiffness.
Joint Pain - Arthritis Pain - Arthritis & Joint Conditions - About.com
Joint pain, if caused by arthritis, is a chronic condition. It's important to recognize early signs and symptoms and obtain appropriate treatment.
Obesity and Arthritis - Body Weight and Joint Pain - About Orthopedics
The more weight we have to carry, the harder it is for our joints to work properly. Even small changes in weight can significantly affect the joint pain experienced ...
Hip, Knee and Joint Pain in Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Jul 14, 2014 ... Although joint pain is not a direct symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), many people with MS experience pain and soreness in their knees and ...
Joint Pain Is a Primary Symptom of Osteoarthritis
Joint pain is the primary symptom associated with osteoarthritis. Any joint can be affected by the disease. Learn more about how osteoarthritis leads to joint pain ...
Cause of Joint Pain - Arthritis & Joint Conditions - About.com
Jun 27, 2014 ... Joint pain may be caused by arthritis, but there are other possible causes which must be considered.
Orthopedic Treatments of Bone and Joint Pain - About Orthopedics
Braces and supports can help compensate for injured joint and can help support weak muscles. There are many types of braces and supports that can be ...
Celiac Disease, Gluten Sensitivity and Joint Pain
Jul 4, 2014 ... If you have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, it's common for you also to suffer from joint pain. Can a gluten-free diet help improve your pain?
Sacroiliac Joint Pain - What You Need to Know
Jun 27, 2014 ... Sacroiliac joint pain, also referred to as SI joint pain or SI joint dysfunction, is among the common causes of low back pain. Typically, sacroiliac ...
Sacroiliac Joint Pain - SI Joint Injury - About Orthopedics
Jul 15, 2014 ... SI joint pain is most often joint inflammation as a result of repetitive activity or overuse. People often refer to SI joint inflammation as sacroilitis.
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