Joint pain is the most prominent symptom of osteoarthritis (OA), but these are other important clues too.
Doctors might be able to use this simple office test to predict whose knee OA may need more serious treatment.
If you have osteoarthritis in the joints of your fingers, you could have what’s known as ‘inflammatory OA.’
Take a step in the right direction with these tips for finding the best shoes to wear if you have arthritis.
When other treatments aren’t working, see if these shots to relieve the painful symptoms of knee osteoarthritis may be right for you.
Experiencing pain or limited range of motion in your shoulder? Here’s what could be causing the problem.
Could your thumb pain be basal joint arthritis? Here’s how to tell, and what to do about it.
No matter which type of shoulder arthritis you have, your doctor will recommend shoulder exercises as an important part of your shoulder arthritis treatment plan.
These pain-soothing tips from doctors and fellow patients may help you find new solutions for your arthritis symptoms.
“I felt like bolts of lightning were being shot through my foot.”