Joint pain, stiffness, swelling, redness, and reduced range of motion are the main symptoms of arthritis. They may be mild, moderate, or severe. However, these symptoms may typically worsen with age. Severity can cause chronic pain, inability to do daily activities, and making it difficult to walk and climb stairs. Treatment aims to control pain, minimize joint damage and improve quality of life. It also involves medication and physical therapies as a support system. Get an accurate diagnosis of what's causing your joint pain and consult your doctor for prevention. There are many things that can be done to safeguard joint function, movement, and quality of health by making time for physical activities and maintaining a healthy weight.
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