Skip to content
My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Arthritis Health Center

Arthritis Therapies Directory

When it comes to arthritis, most try to manage their symptoms with medications. But for many people, other therapies can also prove effective. Some common types are physical therapy, occupational therapy, heat/cold therapy, exercise therapy, combination therapy, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about arthritis therapies, how they can help, and much more.

Medical Reference

Features

Thumbnail: Rheumatoid Arthritis Medicines: Finding the Best Fit

There's never been a better time to have rheumatoid arthritis, experts say. That's because medications to treat RA are better than ever. Learn about them here.

Read Full Article

Video

Slideshows & Images

Quizzes

More From WebMD

News Archive

Today on WebMD

Mature woman exercise at home
Hint: Warming up first is crucial.
feet with gout
Quiz yourself.
 
woman in pain
One idea? Eat fish to curb inflammation.
senior couple walking
Can you keep your RA from progressing?
 
xray of knees with osteoarthritis
Slideshow
close up of man wearing dress shoes
Slideshow
 
feet with gout
Quiz
close up of red shoe in shoebox
Slideshow
 
salad
Video
two male hands
ARTICLE
 
Woman massaging her neck
Quiz
5 Lupus Risk Factors
Article