Arthritis Pain Management

Chronic Pain & Arthritis

For millions of Americans who have some form of arthritis or a related disease, pain is chronic, or long-lasting. Technically, pain is considered chronic when it lasts three to six months or longer, but arthritis pain can last a lifetime. Read More >>

Fatigue & Arthritis

If pain is the most common and troublesome symptom of arthritis, fatigue runs a close second. Often the two are closely related. Dealing with pain day to day can wear you down and cause fatigue. Being fatigued, in turn, can worsen pain and make it more difficult to manage. Read More >>

Joint Protection & Arthritis

Arthritis aches and pain can affect your daily life. But there are simple ways to protect your joints, reduce strain and improve how you function each day. Read More >>

Arthritis Flares

If you have arthritis, you've probably experienced a flare at one time or another – your disease seems to be well under control for a while, then suddenly your joints become inflamed and painful. Read More >>

Arthritis Pain Management Tips

Helpful arthritis pain management tips to improve your pain. Read More >>

Understanding Arthritis Pain

Whether it’s dull, sharp, burning or a pressure that could only be described as having a boa constrictor squeezing one of your joints, chronic arthritis pain is all too common. For the approximately 50 million Americans with some form of arthritis or a related disease, pain is a wily and persistent nemesis. Read More >>

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