Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic degenerative
joint condition that affects an estimated 27 million people in the US. Most
commonly seen in the knees, OA causes a breakdown of the cartilage that both
protects and mobilizes the joints.
Here at Arthritis, Rheumatic & Back Disease Associates, we treat a number of patients who suffer from osteoporosis or other conditions that feature a lack of bone density or bone quality. Many of these patients also have...
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There are many compelling reasons to stop
smoking with which you are most likely familiar, including lower risks of
various cancers, strokes, and heart disease and less financial strain because
you would no longer depend on expensive cigarettes to get...
9 Techniques to help reduce stress and also reduce inflammation. Great ways to maximize living life to the fullest while coping with arthritis.