What is arthritis?

Arthritis is a widespread condition characterized by inflammation and stiffness in the joints, leading to pain and reduced mobility. It encompasses a diverse range of conditions, with over 100 identified types, each presenting unique challenges and symptoms. While arthritis is commonly associated with aging, it can affect individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Understanding how to diagnose, manage, and treat arthritis is crucial for effectively addressing its impact on daily life.


Diagnosing arthritis typically involves a combination of medical history assessment, physical examination, and diagnostic tests. A healthcare professional may inquire about symptoms, family history, and lifestyle factors. Physical examination may involve evaluating joint tenderness, swelling, and range of motion.

Diagnostic tests such as blood tests, imaging scans (X-rays, MRI, CT scans), and joint fluid analysis may be utilized to confirm a diagnosis and determine the type and severity of arthritis.

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Managing arthritis

Managing arthritis involves a comprehensive approach aimed at alleviating symptoms, improving joint function, and enhancing overall quality of life. Key components of arthritis management include:

Medications: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), corticosteroids, disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs), and biologic agents are commonly prescribed to reduce inflammation and pain, slow disease progression, and preserve joint function.

Lifestyle Modifications: Regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and adopting joint-friendly activities can help improve joint flexibility, muscle strength, and overall physical function. Occupational therapy and assistive devices may also aid in managing daily tasks and reducing joint strain.

Physical Therapy: Targeted exercises and physical therapy techniques can help strengthen muscles, improve joint stability, and enhance range of motion. A physical therapist can develop a personalized exercise regimen tailored to individual needs and goals.

Nutrition: A balanced diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and omega-3 fatty acids, can help reduce inflammation and support joint health. Avoiding foods that may trigger inflammation, such as processed foods and sugary beverages, is also recommended.

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