An experimental drug is showing much promise in slowing the effects of osteoarthritis.
New technology that listens to creaking joints could soon help doctors diagnose osteoarthritis.
For one Michigan clan, joint replacement has been a family affair overseen by longtime doctors and the family's nurse.
Despite therapy and other treatments, Billie Ann Primmer’s hip pain became so intense she couldn’t walk. Hip replacement surgery offered hope.
Left untreated, rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions can worsen and lead to bigger problems down the road.
Bottom line: Walking the course is significantly better for your health.
Relieve stiffness and improve flexibility with walking, yoga and tai chi.
Study disputes weather's role in knee and back pain.
Study: A single shot of the patient's own stem cells improved pain and mobility.
After having both knees replaced, Lori Devries can now climb the bleachers to watch her daughter play basketball.
'There’s some wisdom in these things that have been used for thousands and thousands of years,' a doctor shares. "We wouldn’t keep using them if they didn’t work.”
Arthritis patients may get short-term results with steroids, but long-term success with a different kind of shot.
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