One in three adults over the age of 65 experiences a dangerous fall each year. Commonly, falls are caused by arthritis pain in the hips, knees or ankles. Here’s how to reduce your risk.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an aggressive, destructive disease — but it may be more treatable than any other form of arthritis.
Back problems can masquerade as hip disorders, and vice versa. Where pain develops offers a clue. Learn how experts tell them apart.
You have pain. You wake up stiff. You don’t move like you used to. These are common symptoms of osteoarthritis. Learn what you can do to relieve them.
As we age, we’re at increased risk for osteoarthritis in our joints. But light exercise, combined with a little weight loss, can ease the discomfort.
Neck pain may signal a shoulder problem, and shoulder pain may signal a neck problem. Symptoms can overlap, too. Learn how experts tell the difference, and steps you can take to feel better.
Growing young bones need immediate attention after injury to avoid crooked or misshapen bones or arthritis later in life.
Ask questions and get answers about arthritis treatment and pain management options from Cleveland Clinic physicians during a live webchat Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, at noon (ET).
The Aquatic Exercise Association reports that you can expect to burn 400 to 500 calories per hour when exercising in the water.
During your first appointment, your doctor works to understand if your arthritis or pain is connected to some more serious illness, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or gout. What does Howard Smith, MD, advise? Come prepared.