The swelling and pain of one or more joints are symptoms of arthritis. Joint stiffness and pain are the primary signs of arthritis, and these symptoms often get worse with age. Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are the two most prevalent kinds of arthritis.

Joint irritation is the primary cause of arthritis. Age-related osteoarthritis typically affects the fingers, knees, and hips. Sometimes a joint injury is followed by osteoarthritis. For instance, you might have suffered a serious knee injury when you were younger and later develop arthritis in your knee joint.

Although arthritis cannot be cured, there are numerous therapies that can help it progress more slowly. Treatments for osteoarthritis include dietary adjustments, medications, and surgery. Rheumatoid arthritis treatment seeks to lessen joint inflammation and decrease the progression of the disease. This lessens the risk of joint injury.

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