Medical Evaluation and Diagnosis:
Seeking a medical evaluation from a rheumatologist or primary care physician is essential for an
accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan. Through a combination of medical history,
physical examination, blood tests, and imaging, the healthcare professional can determine the
type of arthritis and its severity.
Medications for Pain and Inflammation:
Medications are commonly prescribed to manage arthritis symptoms. Depending on the type and
severity of arthritis, your healthcare provider may recommend:
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs): Over-the-counter NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen or
naproxen, can help reduce pain and inflammation. Prescription-strength NSAIDs are available for
more severe symptoms.
Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs): DMARDs help slow down the progression of certain
types of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis. These medications target the underlying immune
response and inflammation.
Corticosteroids: For severe flare-ups, corticosteroids may be prescribed to reduce inflammation
and relieve pain. These can be taken orally, applied topically, or injected directly into the
Biologic response modifiers: Biologics are a newer class of medications that target specific
components of the immune system involved in inflammation. They are often prescribed for
autoimmune forms of arthritis.
Physical Therapy and Exercise:
Physical therapy plays a crucial role in arthritis treatment by improving joint mobility,
strengthening muscles, and reducing pain. A physical therapist can design a customized exercise
program that includes:
Range of motion exercises: Gentle movements to maintain or improve joint flexibility.
Strengthening exercises: Targeted exercises to strengthen the muscles around the affected
joints, providing support and stability.
Low-impact aerobic exercises: Activities such as swimming or cycling to improve cardiovascular
fitness without putting excessive stress on the joints.
Balance and proprioception exercises: Techniques to improve balance and reduce the risk of
falls, which can be especially beneficial for arthritis affecting the lower extremities.
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