Joint pains and COVI
20 Apr 2020
Osteoarthritis is a condition in which the joints become extremely painful and stiff, which makes it very hard to move and perform day to day chores. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis.
There is increased wear and tear of the protective tissues at the end of the bones in our joints. The intrinsic joint is a cartilaginous layer between the two bones; filled with synovial fluid. If this protective lubricative layer gets torn, it becomes painful. This condition is known as osteoarthritis.
Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage between the bones becomes progressively worse. Cartilage is a rubber-like tissue between the bones that creates frictionless joint motion.
Usually, your physician will look for the following conditions:
After this, if some of the above-listed conditions don't get fulfilled, then the treatment depends upon what kind of arthritis do you have and for that X-rays and Blood tests are carried out.
To be honest, Osteoarthritis is a condition that does not have a cure yet, but scientists are working for the same all around the world. But with the latest research and modern arthritis management techniques, arthritis can be kept under control, and there is a good chance that it can get cured by applying the following methods: