More than 50 million Americans suffer from some form of arthritis. From mild to debilitating, these joint disorders can completely derail your life without treatment. The team at Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine are experts in improving quality of life for arthritis sufferers. Call us today to start on a personalized care plan to put pain-free mobility back into your days.
Arthritis Q & A
What is arthritis?
Arthritis affects individuals from all ages and is more prominent in those who have injured their joints over time, incurred trauma, or just from wear and tear. Arthritis is very common, but very few understand it. Arthritis is a more relaxed term used to describe a series of joint disease. Those who suffer from arthritis may have joint pain that is constant and ongoing, restricting their range of motions and quality of life.
There are over 100 types of Arthritis, the best way to determine what type you may have is to get a diagnosis for a treatment plan.
What are the symptoms of arthritis?
The most common symptoms of arthritis include:
- Pain in the joints
- Decreased range of motion
While some patients experience only mild symptoms, others experience much more severe symptoms.
How does Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine diagnose Arthritis?
The team at Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine can usually diagnose Arthritis based on the patient’s symptoms and a physical examination. When we suspects Arthritis, we may order an imaging test to identify the cause of the pain.
What treatments are available?
Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine offers several treatment options for patients with Arthritis. In most cases, the team at Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine will prescribe a combination of treatments designed to meet your specific needs.
How effective is Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine’s Arthritis treatment?
The team at Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine customize Arthritis treatments based on the location of your pain, specific symptoms, and other factors. Many patients report that their symptoms improve and their quality of life increases along with their range of motion. However, most patients won’t achieve optimum results until they have attended multiple sessions.