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Arthritis Therapy

Owww, joint inflammation, pain, and stiffness. Arthritis can be something that happens to us, as we get older, but it doesn’t have to. Simply put, arthritis is inflammation in our joints, mostly where a bone connects to another bone.

Arthritis can be divided into osteoarthritis and autoimmune arthritis (rheumatoid, psoriatic). Clinically speaking, it can be quicker and easier to treat osteoarthritis than the autoimmune presentations. In addition, as with all disease states, the longer that you have had the condition the longer it will take to get results with natural medicine. This is because more damage has been done at the cellular and tissue levels that need to be repaired so that pain and inflammation can subside.

Things that contribute to inflammation are:

  • Free radical damage
  • Inflammatory foods or substances

Natural Medicine Provides:

  • antioxidants
  • anti-inflammatory whole foods
  • joint regenerative substances
  • anti-inflammatories that don’t cause digestive damage or liver toxicity