Orthopedics and Joint Health

Exercising With Pain

Pain. It’s your body’s way of warning you that something might be wrong. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you should avoid exercise. In fact, depending on the type of pain you have, exercise could actually help.

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Man clutching knee in pain

Living with Severe Joint Pain

Almost 15 million US adults live with severe joint pain related to arthritis. Severe joint pain limits a person’s ability to do basic tasks and affects their quality of life.

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Doctor helps patient with Arthritis


Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. Gout, fibromyalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis are other common rheumatic conditions.

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Playing soccer with Grandad

Osteoarthritis Treatments

Osteoarthritis treatment plans often include ways to manage pain and improve function. Such plans can include exercise, rest and joint care, pain relief, weight control, medicines, surgery, and non-traditional treatment approaches.

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