Arthritis Treatment

Before you can learn more about Arthritis Treatment you must know what type of Arthritis you are talking about.

There are many types of Arthritis and 7 main types.

Arthritis Treatments

Arthritis Treatment tends to follow a common path for the type of treatment you need.

Everyone starts out using suppliments to prop up the gell that is between the bones.

This gel is what breaks down when you have arthritis.

Arthritis Symptoms

Your Arthritis Symptoms are completely dependent upon what type of Arthritis you have and what type of Arthritis treatment you need.

Rheumatoid Arthritis is the most obvious one.

With RA your Joints swell, are painful, and you will feel heat coming from the Red area around the joint.

Osteo Arthritis is harder to nail down.

You absolutely have joint pain.

But many things cause joint pain.

The only way to be sure is to get Xrays.

Signs of Arthritis

Osteo Arthritis

The most common type of Arthritis is OsteaArthritis.

It was long considered the ‘old man Ache’ when if fact it is a condition that is treatable.

The bulk of people over 55 have some amount of Osteo Arthritis.

While its the most common it is also the easiest one for regular people to mitigate.

There are a number of steps you need to take for this.

Step 1

Exercise. You need to exercise regularly.

Not just walking but a regular workout routine.

Yoga is good but make sure you add more exercises that target the joints with arthritis.

Exercise at least 2 or 3 times per week.

Step 2

Suppliments. These will absolutely help.

Start taking a multi vitamin and a B complex for everall health.

Add to this Glocosamine.

Glucosamine and condroidin Ideally will give you the most benefit.

You must take these every day, and do not expect to see results for 30 days.

After 60 days look back and you will see a huge improvement.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Widely considered the worse type of Arthritis, Rheumatiod Arthritis is incredibly painfull.

RA Arthritis

RA is the common shorthand way of indicating Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Psoriatic Arthritis

Juvenile Arthritis

Reactive Arthritis

Infectious Arthritis