Managing pain in Arthritis

Arthritis is a degenerative disease that happens when the tissues that cushion the ends of the bones within the joints break down. These changes usually develop slowly and worsen gradually, causing pain, stiffness, and swelling. limiting the activities people normally do in their everyday lives. It is very common among adults aged 65 and older. While it is more common among older adults, arthritis develops in younger people too, which could be caused by: joint injury, weight, infections, lack of exercise. Osteopathy is one of the most effective ways to manage symptoms. It’s also a great option for pain management.

Symptoms could be such as: intermittent pain and swelling in the joint, stiffness with decreased range of motion in the joint. Risk factors could be increase risk of fall due to reducing the quality of motion as well as the possibility of fracture.

At MG we are able to assist you managing your symptoms and pain, by hands on to improve body movements. In addition, giving exercises to help you improve the quality of movement.

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