joint stiffness

Pseudogout May Be Linked to Dehydration

Despite its name, pseudogout is real. It’s not gout, but there’s good reason it’s called “false gout.” Like gout, pseudogout is inflammatory arthritis caused by an excess of crystals in the joint fluid.  And, like gout, it hurts, leaving your joint swollen and red.  While gout is often triggered by … Read More

Knee Replacement Alternatives

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a bumpy road, so to speak. There’s the joint stiffness that you struggle to overcome each morning. Then, throughout the day, every step and every ounce of force you place on your arthritic knee can trigger pain that limits your activities. If you’re one of the … Read More

Managing Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common type of joint disease, arising from the breakdown of cartilage, bone, and other tissues in the joints.1 The knees and hips are most commonly affected, followed by the spine, feet, and hands. After age 50, your risk of osteoarthritis increases dramatically. By age 65, 80% … Read More

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