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Osteoarthritis can't be cured, but there are many effective treatments for its pain and inflammation. WebMD explains various ways to ease symptoms.
Learn more from WebMD about the various medications, supplements, and alternative treatments available to relieve pain caused by osteoarthritis.
Hyaluronic acid joint injections are one treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee. Learn about about what they are and when they're given.
Learn about your surgical options for osteoarthritis joint pain.
Learn more from WebMD about the use of the supplements chondroitin and glucosamine sulfates for osteoarthritis.
WebMD provides a list of resources where you can get information and support for arthritis.
A description of how physical and occupational therapy can help relieve arthritis-associated pain.
Use this chart to compare corticosteroid injections and hyaluronic acid injections for treating osteoarthritis.
WebMD describes the benefits of exercising with arthritis. Learn about range-of-motion, strengthening, endurance, and other types of exercise routines.
If other osteoarthritis treatments haven’t worked for your knee pain, could hyaluronic acid injections be the answer?
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