Do Tai Chi
The Chinese exercise called tai chi is a relaxing and pain-reducing practice that is especially helpful for people with joint pain.
Use Topical Meds
Learn more from WebMD about pain-relieving topical meds such as gels, creams, and patches.
Acupressure may help reduce chronic stress and pain. Find out if acupressure can help provide the relief you're looking for.
Biofeedback may help you reduce stress, manage pain, and relax. WebMD tells you about biofeedback techniques.
Studies show that some supplements may help relieve and control pain. Find out from WebMD which supplements may be right for you and what you should talk about with your doctor before you take them.
Reduce Morning Pain
For many people, the pain and stiffness of RA is worst in the mornings. Talk with your doctor about ways to help reduce morning pain and stiffness so you can get on with your day.
See a Pain Expert
If you have chronic pain -- and treatment isn't helping enough -- you need to see an expert.Learn more from WebMD about what a pain specialist can do for you.
Acupuncture may help reduce stress and ease pain associated with conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
What Is the Placebo Effect?
WebMD explains what the placebo effect is, how it works, and its potential benefits for medical treatment.
Use Helpful Devices
Assistive tools and devices can make routine activities much easier if you have arthritis. WebMD tells you which gadgets are easier on joint pain.