Treatments for Osteoarthitis

Can osteoarthritis be treated?

There are two broad types of treatment for osteoarthritis: pharmacological (with medicines) and non-pharmocological (without medicines). But in the most serious cases, replacing the damaged joint with surgery is an option.

What can be done to alleviate my osteoarthritis?

Getting all the information you can on the disease, following a balanced diet and keeping your weight down, taking gentle exercise and walking every day are some of the recommendations for coping better with the disease.

Are there medicines for osteoarthritis?

Depending on the patient's degree of osteoarthritis and its location it is normally necessary to combine non-pharmacological treatments with a treatment with medicines: anti-inflammatory, analgesic and chondroprotective drugs.

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