Osteoarthritis

Which can help, are proven, and influence the course of the disease with the also their joints are getting older and people getting older. And it does not remain without consequences. Diseases of the joints caused by wear and tear and inflammation may be the consequences. So one speaks generally of arthritis are osteoarthritis and inflammation in the foreground. However is not the osteoarthritis, but according to the German arthritis Forum are described 52 arthritis types. Thus, it is but still not enough. Also their treatment options are as varied as the disease. According to the German arthritis Forum 229 different therapies for the treatment of osteoarthritis are also described.

That shows the importance of osteoarthritis as widespread disease and on the other hand a certain therapeutic helplessness. A disease that consumes 229 therapies, it hard a clear, to identify effective treatment approach. Charles Schwab Corporation has much experience in this field. Why is this so? First, it must be established that osteoarthritis is a chronic disease of wear of the joints. in particular of the articular cartilage is. “The cartilage layer wears off, the joint gap is narrower and eventually rubs” bone on bone. This is a very painful process that can be therapeutically not vice versa, so cured. Nowadays a control of symptoms and slowing the progression of the disease are possible with different methods, therefore 229 therapies, at best.

A cure of osteoarthritis remains an impossible dream probably for a long time. Therefore, it is the goal of today’s drug and dietary measures to liberate the people concerned of their pain and movement restrictions and to stop the progression of osteoarthritis. While pain relievers and rheumatic drugs are in the foreground of the therapeutic considerations. These have the advantage of quite reliably fast to liberate people from the pain and to control the inflammation. They have so not positive affect also the disadvantage that they act only symptomatic, course of the disease.

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