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Yoga for Arthritis

In 2007, Dr. Badsha, Rheumatologist and Dr. Vishwas Chhabra, Yoga Specialist, published their findings derived from a study on the benefits of yoga for rheumatoid arthritis. Compared to a group of patients who did other forms of exercise, it was found that the group that practiced yoga improved significantly in just 12 weeks. Some were […]

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Supplements & Natural Therapies

The key to relief from most ailments today is in exercise and a healthy diet. And so, Physicians are now leaning toward a measured use of supplements and natural therapies in combination with an array of treatment methods – for arthritis pain relief. Exercise/physical therapy Physical therapy is a treatment option that uses exercises designed […]

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Diet for Arthritis

Eating a good and balanced diet will help your body function at its best. Following a balanced diet can help you feel better, stay healthy, maintain a healthy weight, prevent chronic diseases such as some cancers, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease, and be positive toward managing your disease. What is a Good Diet? Variety, balance and […]

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Alternative Therapies

Many patients with RA turn to alternative, traditional or complementary medicines because of lack of efficacy or fear of traditional medicines. There is also the sometimes mistaken notion that alternative medications are safer than traditional medicines. This chapter attempts to examine the efficacy and safety of some of these treatments. In a study of patients […]

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The uses of ultrasound (US) technology in rheumatology have been growing in importance over the last few years. With this technology, physicians can now “see” inside the joint in real time and find indications of active inflammation or fluid-indicators that are often hard to find by palpation or visual assessment alone. There are also dynamic […]

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Stem Cell

An interesting approach to stem cell use to address cartilage repair, our approach would be different. Cartilage is the tough but flexible tissue that covers the ends of your bones at a joint and supports other parts of your body. Healthy cartilage protects bones by preventing them from rubbing against each other. Cartilage injuries have ended […]

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The shoulder joint has the widest range of movement in the body, allowing us to reach objects. It’s a ball and socket joint, where the cup is formed by the glenoid part of the shoulder blade and the ball is formed by the head of humerus (arm bone). But the cup is very shallow – […]

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The knee is an important weight-bearing joint and is formed by the lower end of the femur, upper end of the tibia (leg bone) and patella (knee cap). The knee consists of two compartments, medial (inner) and lateral (outer) compartments. The stability of the knee is provided mainly by the ligaments of knee. The knee […]

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D Deficiency Get enough Vitamin D. The daily requirement is 1000 IU. This is usually obtained by exposure in the sun – about 15 minutes per day for very light skinned people. More pigmented skins may find it hard to absorb the vitamin D and you may require a supplement or fortified foods.Why is […]

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New Treatments

From pain-fighting implants to new biological drugs and breakthrough medicine, researchers have been coming up with new and innovative methods of treating rheumatoid arthritis and related diseases. Here’s a line-up of new treatment methods that offer hope RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS Electrical implant for relief from arthritic joint pain Discovered: A molecule that can stop inflammation! A […]

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