Arthritis - Videos

What Is Shoulder Arthritis?

Dr. Patrick Chin, MD, MBA, FRCSC, Orthopedic Surgeon, discusses what is shoulder arthritis.

Top Apps For Arthritis

With arthritis, even the simplest, day-to-day tasks are very painful. This includes even just typing on your computer. Here are the best computer applications to make typing and using technology a little easier.

Katy's Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Katy was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2010. Since then she has gone on to live a very active lifestyle and has not let her condition stop her from doing anything. This is her inspiring story.

The Benefits of Arthroscopic Hip Surgery

Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Michael Alexiades explains what causes hip impingement. See how a minimally invasive arthroscopic procedure enables surgeons to relieve chronic hip pain and prevent arthritis.

Eating Away Arthritis Pain

For arthritis sufferers, every single move can hurt. But instead of popping pills, pop these foods to relief your achy joints.

Who's At Risk for Arthritis?

For most people, arthritis means simply pain in or around a joint. But there are over 100 different kinds of arthritis, each with its own set of symptoms and characteristics.

Are Arthritis and Fibromyalgia Connected?

In this segment, Dr. Allan Gibofsky answers a viewer's question about arthritis. Is there a connection between arthritis and fibromyalgia?

Dr. Allan Gibofsky on Arthritis and the SED Rate

In this segment, Dr. Allan Gibofsky answers viewer questions about arthritis: What is SED Rate?

What Is the Best Way to Avoid Joint Pain?

We don't typically give much thought about our joint health until there's a problem. Arthritis affects millions of Americans and is the leading cause of disability. Britney Glaser explains how to avoid joint replacement and nix the joint pain.

Arthritis: How to Know If You Have It

Do you have your fair share of aches and pains? If so, you're in good company; the CDC estimates that 22% of people in the U.S. have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. For the Googlechondriacs out there, that's DOCTOR-diagnosed, not self-diagnosed. Let's look at the difference, shall we?

Hydrotherapy for Arthritis

See how spending time in a hot tub can help heal joint pain.

Joint Bump as a Warning Sign of Arthritis

Learn whether a mysterious bump on a finger joint could be a warning sign of arthritis. Plus, The Doctors discuss prevention tips to keep arthritis from developing.

What Is JIA?

Dr Carol Cooper presents a short video for Arthritis Care on What Is JIA (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis). Dr Cooper discusses the condition, its symptoms and treatment options available nowadays to relieve pain.

Low Testosterone May Be Linked to Arthritis

Low testosterone levels may be an indicator of future arthritis.

Living With JIA: Hannah's Story

Hannah developed JIA, or Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis when she was 8 years old. Find out how she copes with life and how a special talent has taken her to the commonwealth games!

What Is JIA?

Juvinile Idiopathic Arthritis is a condition that affects between 10,000 and 15,000 children in the UK. Find out more about this condition as Dr Cooper answers 'What is JIA?'

The Physical Function Suit Mimics Arthritis Mobility Issues

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears tries on a Physical Function Suit, which mimics the limited mobility from inflammation and swelling of arthritis.

Sunlight Could Help Rheumatoid Arthritis in Women

Exposure to sunlight, and more specifically UVB rays, could help prevent rheumatoid arthritis in women says a new study

How Running Affects Arthritis

Is arthritis caused by years of running? How do you protect your knees and hips? Our healthy skeptic tracks down the facts about how running affects your joints.

Understanding Arthritis

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, explains how to differentiate between the two most common types of arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, and provides helpful information on how to ease the pain and discomfort.

Dr. Nancy Talks About Younger People Being Diagnosed With Arthritis

Dr. Nancy Snyderman talks with Willie Geist about why more younger people are now being diagnosed with arthritis.

Cortisone Injections For Arthritis

Cortisone shots are common for athletes when they're dealing with injuries, but they can also help non-athletes. The injections can reduce pain and inflammation for patients who suffer from conditions like arthritis.

Cherries Can Cut Gout Flare-Ups

Cherries may cut gout flare-ups.

New and Emerging Therapies For Rheumatoid Arthritis

A guide to the most modern and cutting-edge therapies being used to combat rheumatoid arthritis

Arthritis Pain Reducing Drugs

Doctors are hopeful about a new arthritis drug, which has been shown to reduce pain and improve physical function. Erika Edwards reports.

Arthritis and It's Impact on Unemployment

The effects of rheumatoid arthritis are so disabling that one in five patients is unable to work two years after they are diagnosed.

Why It's Important to Work Out During Winter

While cold temperatures can cause joint pain, another cause could be lack of movement. Learn why it's essential to work out in the wintertime.

Don't Let Stiff Joints Keep You from Exercising

Exercise is one of the best ways to cope with stiff joints from osteoarthritis. Fitness expert Vonda Wright, MD, explains why strength training and other exercise is great arthritis medicine to keep joints limber.

How to Avoid Arthritis

The Healthy Skeptic investigates the connection between arthritis and jogging.

Breakthrough Foot Surgeries: Arthritic Ankle Replacements

Pain so intense you feel you may never walk again. That's how people describe severe arthritis in their ankles. But now, new technology is helping sufferers.