Arthritis Treatment in The Woodlands and Houston Arthritis Treatment in the woodlands and houston

Arthritis is notably the most common of disabling diseases known to man. Most people are familiar with the term. At least ten percent of the world population experiences experience arthritis with thirteen million people in the U.S. alone. People who suffer from this disease have to limit what they can and can’t do. 750,000 people are so become so handicapped by this disease that they can’t even leave their homes.


Two Kinds of Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis comes earlier in life, usually before 45 and deforms the bones and joints through inflammation caused by items found in the bloodstream. Osteoarthritis comes later in life, usually after 45. This is the common arthritis that you normally hear about and stems from natural life. Life has activity and this can take a toll on the joints causing arthritis. Both forms of arthritis cause inflammation of the joints and tendons which can cause people to suffer from severe pain.
Spinal osteoarthritis can also be diagnosed in the form of Osteophytes, which can cause injury with discs, and be a part of degenerative disc disease.

What You Notice

Those who suffer from arthritis might feel stiff when walking and feel their lower limbs begin to become stiff as well. Mild aches and pains that don’t have rhyme or reason may occur. Redness and inflammation is also a sign you may notice. Mild fatigue, loss of grip strength in the hands, and other muscle weakness are common signs of arthritis.

What It Feels Like

  • Stiffness in the legs, feet, hands, knees, elbows
  • Trouble using feet and balancing
  • Fingers feel swollen, unable to make a fist
  • Difficulty sitting for long hours
  • Not able to kneel or squat
  • Pain moving or lifting the limbs
  • Difficulty using hands to operate scissors, pens, etc.
  • What To Do

To treat arthritis, you need to reduce the swelling as quickly as possible. Call Spine & Disc and ask for an appointment to discuss using Newlife WaveTherapy™ to reduce overall muscle, joint and tendon swelling resulting from overuse, bursitis, and sports injuries.

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