Ease Stenosis Pain
Spinal stenosis causes pain by putting pressure on the spinal cord or nerves. WebMD tells you how to ease the pain through posture, exercise, rest, medications, or sometimes surgery.
Having arthritis can make it hard to do many simple tasks in the office, from holding a pen to typing to opening a door. Using simple tools and gadgets can help ease your frustration and allow you to work more comfortably.
If non-surgical treatments for your nerve pain don't help, you may want to explore surgery. WebMD provides detail on various procedures that block nerve pain.
Chiropractic treatments may help relieve some kinds of pain through spinal manipulations and other therapies. Find out from WebMD if chiropractic might be right for you.
Electrotherapy uses electrical currents to help minimize nerve pain. Find out from WebMD if it might be right for you.
What you wear may be taking a toll on your back. WebMD shows you how to choose back-friendly accessories to reduce the risk of injury and pain.
In occupational therapy (OT), you adapt work, home duties, and hobbies so you can do them despite pain or mobility issues -- and keep your independence.
Give DMARDs Time
DMARDs are drugs that suppress the immune system in order to slow or even stop joint damage if you have rheumatoid arthritis. Here's information to help you understand how they work and help you talk with your doctor about your treatment for RA.
Track DMARD Effects
DMARDs are a standard treatment for RA, but their effectiveness needs to be regularly evaluated and side effects monitored. Learn what you need to do to stay well on DMARDs.
Do Hand Exercises
Hand exercises can help strengthen your hands and maintain flexibility and range of motion.