It’s very unfortunate but Arthritis might be more common than you may think as there are more than 50 million adults in the United States that have been diagnosed with some form of Arthritis, mostly being women.
There are 100 types of Arthritis in the world today and the most common out of those is osteoarthritis.
Also known as a degenerative joint disease because of it degeneration of the cartilage.
Dr. Matthew CiRullo explains that as cartilage breaks down and wears away. The bone will start to rub against each other which causes pain, swallowing, and stiffness. Over time, the joints lose their strength and pain may become chronic.
There is currently no cure for osteoarthritis but there are many treatments available to help those suffering from the condition to protect their quality of life.
Who is the Osteo Relief Institute?
Degenerative joint disease can get in the way of enjoying all the great things that life has to offer including favorite activities. That is why Osteo Relief Institute has built a group of well-certified physicians and physical therapists who focus on Osteoarthritis to better help people relieve the symptoms and discomfort.
They are dedicated to improving the quality of life by offering several cutting-edge technologies and treatment options that offer different results that have been clear and approved by the FDA.
Osteo Relief Institute strives to not only build trust in the people they are treating but want to make them apart of the family, and like family, they wish to do everything possible to prevent the need for surgery by using safe yet effective methods and treatments that require little or no downtime (http://positivethefacts.com/2017/09/osteo-relief-institute/).
At Osteo Relief Institute there are also different surgery available options depending on the severity of the Arthritis and only as a last resort but the staff is heavily trained to help any way possible to ease the symptoms so that people can go about their lives without being held back by pain.
If you have any further questions you can contact any of the independently owned Osteo Relief Institute locations and they would be able to address any concerns about the future of your health.