What is Arthritis?
We perform arthritis treatment when a disease of the numerous cells inside the joints have occured. A joint is a stage where two or more bones meet. Arthritis occurs as a result of acute or chronic inflammation in a joint and its surrounding soft tissues. It can also happen after trauma to the joint (for example, a broken finger) or maybe from genetic (inherited) and environmental triggers.
(Cartilage is your smooth “cushioning” tissue that lines joints.) This wear down of cartilage causes changes in the structure which can be seen on X-rays. (Soft cells are the tendons, ligaments, muscles, and synovial membranes that connect, support, or surround the joint.)
Arthritis is frequently, but not necessarily, painful and may lead to a reduced range of motion in the joint, loss of work and joint deformity. Even though almost any joint in the body can be affected, both the hand and wrist are typical locations for many of the common types of arthritis.
Is Arthritis Relief treatment right for me?
Osteoarthritis affects virtually everyone, especially older adults. Women are often affected more than men and usually at an earlier age. X-rays show joint damage in approximately 60% of adults over the age of 60, and in 80 percent to 90% of patients over the age of 75.
Rheumatoid arthritis affects about 1 percent of the adult population. Women are three times more likely than men to develop this disorder. Even though it may strike men of any age, it begins between the ages of 20 and 40.
What happens once I have the treatment?
Osteoarthritis:until now First-line remedies for arthritis only included:
Cutting back, quitting, or adapting the actions which are causing pain
Splinting the affected joint for short periods of time. Splinting retains the joint still, which helps decrease pain.
Implementing heat/ice to decrease pain and swelling
Accepting acetaminophen and anti-inflammatory medicines (like ibuprofen to reduce pain and swelling.)
Rheumatoid arthritis: Treatment for rheumatoid arthritis includes lots of the very same remedies used for osteoarthritis; nonetheless, these measures alone are not enough. It’s now known that the treatment should also have drugs that can’t just aid symptoms, but also slow the progression (advance) of the disorder. These drugs include disease changing anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs) such as methotrexate along with the newer biologic agents. Oral glucocorticoids, such as prednisone, may be used to help reduce symptoms; however, they don’t seem to be disease modifying. Also, the risks of glucocorticoids tend to outweigh the advantages.
What to Consider?
While arthritis in the arms and hands is common and may be a debilitating and a functionally limiting illness, we provide many types of arthritis treatment which are available to lessen symptoms and assist patients.
until now there are few treatments for arthritis or osteoarthritis, with new advances in technology we are pleased to bring launch this much awaited treatment to the united kingdom from united states of america, it is the use of a medical laser which targets the area, reduces inflammation and swelling and naturally encourages the body to heal itself. in advanced cases not all symptoms and side effects can be reversed by will slow down the progression of the disease so patients can have a better lifestyle.
the treatment is very quick and only takes minutes to perform, no side effects. and painless.