“What are my options?” If you have a persistent condition such as osteoarthritis, ask this question frequently.
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If you have psoriasis, you have a 30% chance of also developing psoriatic arthritis. A rheumatologist discusses new treatments and lifestyle changes that can help.
When you’re scheduled for an elective surgery, there are steps you can take to ensure that you’re in the best possible shape to speed your recovery. When it comes to exercise, here are four things not to do.
Heel pain doesn’t always mean a heel spur. Foot pain comes in many varieties. Knowing what’s wrong is key to developing treatment.
Shoulder, hip, and knee pain can easily keep you awake at night. Making a few changes, including to your sleeping position, can decrease the pain and help you get a good night’s sleep.
Before getting pregnant, it's best for lupus patients to coordinate care with their rheumatologist and an obstetrician familiar with high-risk pregnancies.
Find out what you need to know about sports-related back and spine injuries. It's important to know when to treat these injuries on your own and when to seek help.
There are various options for treating the painful symptoms of knee osteoarthritis, and researchers wanted to understand which non-surgical treatments work best. In a recent study, they compared different options.
Doctors treat hair loss in lupus patients with medications such as steroid lotions or prednisone. Talk to your doctor early to best manage the condition.
Whether you exercise indoors or outdoors, staying active during winter can decrease arthritis pain and stiffness.