Joint Health Conditions

Know your condition

With over 10 million people affected in the UK, arthritis is a big problem. Untreated joint conditions leave you lacking flexibility, mobility and independence and – in the end – stop you doing the activities you love. The first step is to get to the root of the problem by finding out which joint condition you suffer from, and a doctor's diagnosis is key.

Once you know your condition, use the articles on this page to help you manage your symptoms, from osteoarthritis to psoriatic arthritis to chronic joint pain.

Painful joints are one of the most common conditions for which people take food and herbal supplements. While painkillers only mask the symptoms, supplements such as glucosamine, chondroitin, turmeric, omega-3 and Devil’s Claw help to address some of the underlying processes involved in inflammation and joint deterioration.

Dr Sarah Brewer

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Treatments for osteoarthritis are available in the form of painkillers, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and steroid injections, among others, but making changes to your lifestyle has also been scientifically and anecdotally proven to help alleviate symptoms.

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How can diet relieve rheumatoid arthritis symptoms?

There are numerous methods of treating and alleviating symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, and while there is no specific diet prescribed to people with rheumatoid arthritis, it is possible to make dietary changes in an effort to suppress inflammation.

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