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Exercise could prevent cartilage damage caused by arthiritis

Exercise could prevent cartilage damage caused by arthiritis

Drs. Rx: How to Combat Aches and Pains

The Doctors reveal a shot of health that may help reduce joint pain and inflammation.

Lifestyle Changes with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr. Kam Shojania, MD FRCPC, Rheumatologist, discusses lifestyle changes for rheumatoid arthritis.

Natural Remedies for Arthritis: Tea Recipes

Learn how to brew your own arthritis remedy teas.

New Drug for Rheumatoid Arthritis Shows Promise in Reducing Symptoms

Researchers at Stanford University looked at hundreds of patients who'd suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for at least 14 years. They say a test drug was able to significantly reduce their painful symptoms after other therapies could not.

How to Beat Fatigue

The fatigue that often comes with arthritis can be just as debilitating as the pain. Find out what causes it and what you can do to manage it.

Living with Arthritis: Gum Disease

People with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are at higher risk of gum disease, and gum disease tends to be more severe in those with RA. Find out why that is and what you can do to protect yourself.

How to Walk Away from Arthritis Pain

Walking is one of the safest and most effective exercises for managing arthritis. Find out how often and how quickly you need to walk to see results.

How to Beat Fatigue

The fatigue that often comes with arthritis can be just as debilitating as the pain. Find out what causes it and what you can do to manage it.

How to Walk Away from Arthritis Pain

Walking is one of the safest and most effective exercises for managing arthritis. Find out how often and how quickly you need to walk to see results.

Living with Arthritis: Gum Disease

People with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are at higher risk of gum disease, and gum disease tends to be more severe in those with RA. Find out why that is and what you can do to protect yourself.

Cold Vs. Heat for Arthritis

Applying heat or cold can help relieve arthritis pain and stiffness. But which one is better? Here's a guide on what to use and when.

Cold Vs. Heat for Arthritis

Applying heat or cold can help relieve arthritis pain and stiffness. But which one is better? Here’s a guide on what to use and when.

New Hope for Rheumatoid Arthritis?

See a groundbreaking treatment that could provide relief for sufferers of severe rheumatoid arthritis.

New Hope for Rheumatoid Arthritis?

See a groundbreaking treatment that could provide relief for sufferers of severe rheumatoid arthritis.

Laughter Uncontrolled: Age Is Just a Number

The older we get, the easier it is to make fun of ourselves

Living with Arthritis: How to Improve Your Sleep

Arthritis can interfere with sleep, and lack of sleep can make arthritis pain worse. Here are some tips to help you rest more comfortably and feel better.

Can Fish Oil Relieve Arthritis Pain?

Though fish oil supplements are most often associated with heart health, they're also touted as an effective treatment for arthritis. Whether that's true may depend on the type of arthritis you have.

Living with Arthritis: How to Improve Your Sleep

Arthritis can interfere with sleep, and lack of sleep can make arthritis pain worse. Here are some tips to help you rest more comfortably and feel better.

How Tai Chi Relieves Arthritic Pain

The ancient martial art of Tai Chi, which was originally used for self-defense, may help defend against pain, stiffness and other symptoms of arthritis. Here's what you need to know to get started.

How to Make Bathing with Arthritis Easier

Bathing or showering can be a challenge if you have arthritis. Here are some simple tools and tricks for making it easier and safer.

How Weather Affects Arthritis

Many people swear that the weather can make arthritis symptoms worse. Find out why that may be true and what you can do about it.

Living with Arthritis: Knee and Wrist Braces for Pain Relief

When your knees or wrists are sore from arthritis, a brace may reduce your pain and help you move more easily. Learn about different types of braces and how to choose the right one..

Living with Arthritis: Using Topical Pain Relievers

When you've got sore knees or an achy back, pills aren't the only way to ease your pain. Learn about gels, creams, sprays, and patches that can send relief right where it hurts.

Living with Arthritis: How to Minimize NSAID-Related Stomach Problems

NSAID pain relievers like aspirin and ibuprofen can cause stomach upset, heartburn and stomach ulcers. Find out how to reduce the risk of these side effects while taking NSAIDs.

Rhiannon's Story: Diagnosed with Juvenile Arthritis

When Rhiannon was 2 years old, she went to a birthday party, where she played in a jump castle. The next day, her knees were swollen to the size of grapefruit, and she later reverted to crawling instead of walking. A rheumatologist eventually diagnosed her with juvenile arthritis. While most people consider arthritis to be a condition associated with older people, about 294,000 children under 18 have arthritis or rheumatic conditions.

How Juvenile Arthritis Affects the Body

Juvenile arthritis is an autoimmune condition. The immune cells attack the membranes that line the joints, causing swelling, stiffness, pain and fever. The eyes and skin also can be affected.

How to Keep Arthritis from Affecting Your Mental Health

Having arthritis can contribute to anxiety and depression. Learn how to keep the condition from taking a toll on your emotional well being.

The Effects of Excess Weight on Arthritis Risk

Carrying too much weight can increase the risk of arthritis and make the condition worse. Learn how losing even a few pounds can have the opposite effect,

Living with Arthritis: How to Incorporate Exercise Into Your Life

Physical activity can help relieve arthritis, but many people with the condition aren't as active as they claim. Learn how to safely incorporate more exercise into your life.

Nonsurgical Treatment for Osteoarthritis

Mike says he's been suffering with severe chronic knee pain for years. He underwent a new, nonsurgical, minimally invasive procedure that promises to relieve the pain of osteoarthritis by using cooled radiofrequency to lesion the nerve without damaging any of the surrounding tissue. See how it works!

The Benefits of Massage for Arthritis

Massage can do more than just relax you and relieve a sore back. It can also improve arthritis pain and stiffness, and keep you more active.

Can Gin-Soaked Raisins Relieve Arthritis?

Home remedies have their hits and misses, but could an old raisin recipe help relief arthritis inflammation?

Reducing the Load Off the Joints with Mobility Shoes

One in two Americans will develop knee osteoarthritis at some point in their lifetime. See how changing something as simple as your shoes could cut down on knee pain without medication or surgery

Housecleaning with Arthritis

Having sore, stiff joints can make housecleaning a challenge. Here are some tips and products to make it easier.

Treatment Options for Gloria Gaynor's Osteoarthritis

Legendary disco sensation Gloria Gaynor's emotional anthem, 'I Will Survive', has moved millions with its message of empowerment. Gloria, who suffers from osteoarthritis, learns whether supplements are effective for joint pain. Plus, what are the two things you can do to ease arthritis?

Treatment Options for Gloria Gaynor's Osteoarthritis

Legendary disco sensation Gloria Gaynor's emotional anthem, 'I Will Survive', has moved millions with its message of empowerment. Gloria, who suffers from osteoarthritis, learns whether supplements are effective for joint pain. Plus, what are the two things you can do to ease arthritis?

Staircase Safety Tips for Arthritis Patients

Tips for making your stairs safer if you have arthritis

Staircase Safety Tips for Arthritis Patients

Tips for making your stairs safer if you have arthritis

Living with Arthritis: How to Make Car Transportation Easier

Are you avoiding long car trips because of stiff, sore joints? Find out how to make your car more comfortable, and arthritis friendly.

Living with Arthritis: How to Make Car Transportation Easier

Are you avoiding long car trips because of stiff, sore joints? Find out how to make your car more comfortable, and arthritis friendly.

Treating Early Onset Arthritis

Audience member Armond asks The Doctors what he can do to alleviate his symptoms from early onset arthritis.

4 Tips for to Prevent Arthritis

There are 1 million new cases of arthritis every year. Orthopedic surgeon Vonda Wright, MD, shares 4 ways to keep joints healthy and prevent arthritis pain.

4 Tips to Prevent Arthritis

There are 1 million new cases of arthritis every year. Orthopedic surgeon Vonda Wright, MD, shares 4 ways to keep joints healthy and prevent arthritis pain.

Dr. Travis on His Breaking Point

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shares the medical condition that changed the course of his career.

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.

Arthritis: Why More Common in Women?

Find out why women get arthritis more often than men and what you can do to prevent those aches and pains.

Arthritis: Why More Common in Women?

Find out why women get arthritis more often than menâ€"and what you can do to prevent those aches and pains.

Diet and Exercise Could Help Osteoarthritis

A combination of diet and exercise may be the key to improving knee pain and function in those with osteoarthritis.

Gout Treatment Options

John Wade, MD, FRCPC, explains what gout is and common treatments for this arthritis variant.

Common Treatments for Osteoarthritis

John Wade, MD, FRCPC, discusses osteoarthritis treatments.

The Side Effects of Medication for Rheumatoid Arthritis

John Wade, MD, FRCPC, discusses the side effects of medication for rheumatoid arthritis.

Treatment Options for Rheumatoid Arthritis

John Wade, MD, FRCPC, discusses rheumatoid arthritis treatment options.

Dealing with Arthritis on the Job

Working a full-time job can be a real pain when you're achy and sore. Learn how to adapt your workspace and your schedule to accommodate your arthritis.

Symptoms and Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr. Jason Kur, MD, FRCPC, ABIM discusses symptoms and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

Lifestyle Changes to Control Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr. Kam Shojania, MD FRCPC, Rheumatologist, discusses lifestyle changes that can help rheumatoid arthritis patients improve their quality of life.

What Is Osteoarthritis?

Dr. John Watterson, MD, FRCPC, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of osteoarthritis.

How to Diagnose Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr. Kam Shojania, MD FRCPC Rheumatologist, discusses the rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis.

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.

Alternatives to Osteoarthritis Surgery

It causes pain, stiffness and immobility. When you have osteoarthritis every step can be a struggle. We'll show you alternative treatments to ease the pain of arthritis without surgery.

Living with Arthritis - Joint Protection Tips

Learn a few simple tips to take the stress off sore, achy joints.

Water Workout When You Have Joint Aches

It can be tough to exercise when your joints are aching from arthritis. Find out how working out in water can strengthen and tone your body while easing joint pain.

Understanding Arthritis' Symptoms and Treatment

Dr. Natasha Withers discusses how arthritis affects the body and shares simple tricks to reduce arthritis pain.

Dick Van Dyke's Arthritis Concern

Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke asks The Doctors his biggest question about arthritis.

Tips to Help Deal About Gout

In this edition of EmpowHER's "HER Health Minute", Dr. Connie Mariano shares several tips about what you can do if you suffer from gout.

How to Reduce Stress on Arthritic Joints

Have trouble opening jars and carrying groceries? Learn some easy techniques to make everyday chores easier and less painful on your joints.

Foods to Relieve Arthritic Pain

50 million people in the U.S. suffer from some form of arthritis. For many, medication isn't the answer to relieving the pain. How the foods you eat could bring natural relief.

Rebuilding Arthritic Fingers and Knuckles

A young woman watches as her fingers painfully curl with arthritis. But, surgeons gave her new knuckles, and you won't believe the difference.

Healing Arthritic Knees with a Robot

It's a pain millions will feel. How a new surgery is scraping away arthritic knees and helping to get people moving again.

Trial Testing a Shot Against Hand Contraction

It's a crippling disease that robs people of their ability to use their hands. Now, doctors are snapping hands back into shape...not with surgery, but with a little shot.

Prevention Options for Osteoathritis of The Knee

Healthy diet to lose a few pounds and put less pressure on the joints is just one prevention option our expert practices after Osteoarthritis Knee Surgery

Treatment Options for Osteoarthristis of The Knee

After seeing her doctor they tried a variety of pain medications, topical creams, and even enjections directly in the joint. Learn about more Osteoarthritis treatments from from Pattye Snyder.

Special Arthritis Surgery Lets a Pianist Continue Playing

Doctors turn one woman's hurting hands into ten fingers fit enough to play a Brahms Sonata in B Major.

Top Arthritis Myths

Ever go from bad to worse? Advertising companies convince us that pills, creams and minimally-invasive surgery will cure our arthritis. Sometimes, those quick-fixes make things worse. Listen up as we break down the best option around and save you some tim

Stem Cell Treatment Helps a Mountain Climber Reach New Heights

Typically when the cartilage is gone in-between our ankle joint, it means doctors have to fuse the joint and make it stiff. A new approach is using stem cells from the patient's own body to regenerate new cartilage.

Treating Arthritis Pain with Music

When's the last time you hit "play" on a Mozart CD? Bach? Brahms? Find out why this stuff is essential for arthritics, as well as a slew of other tips on how to stay pain-free.

Sweet Feet Relief for Arthritics

Not too long ago, so-called experts told us we had to wear supportive shoes to protect our joints. Turns out those folks were wrong. If you're one of the 46 million people diagnosed with arthritis, here's how to "lace up" for a better life.

Learn About Rheumatoid Arthritis

In this video animation you'll see how the immune system mistakes healthy tissue for a foreign invader.

Alternative Pain Relief For Arthritis Symptoms

Here are 6 alternative therapies that can ease arthritis pain.

Blood Testing For Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis causes more than a million people to cringe in pain every day. Now, for the first time, there's a way doctors can detect it even before the pain sets in.

How to Climb Stairs With Limited Mobility

When your knee or hip joints have been damaged by arthritis, going up and down stairs can be difficult. These expert tips can help you avoid falls.

How to Simplify Getting Dressed With Arthritis

When you have arthritis, getting dressed can wear you out before your day even begins. Learn how to make getting dressed easier on your joints.

How to Cook Easier With Arthritis

Common kitchen tasks can be a real challenge when you have arthritis. Here's how to prepare your meals with less pain.

Diet Tips to Reduce Arthritic Pain

50 million people in the U.S. suffer from some form of arthritis. For many, medication isn't the answer to relieving the pain. How the foods you eat could bring natural relief.

How Christine Schwab Overcame Arthritis

An estimated 50 million adults in the United States suffer from some form of arthritis. Fashion and style consultant Christine Schwab, who secretly lived 20 years with the painful disease, joins The Doctors to explain how she regained her life by changing her treatments and never giving up.
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