Arthritis Treatment Specialist in Frisco, TX, and Denton, TX
Arthritis Treatment in Frisco, TX and Denton, TX
Common questions asked by patients: What is an arthritis? What is the best treatment for an arthritis? How can I relieve arthritis fast? Can arthritis be cured? For more information, contact us or schedule an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Frisco, TX, and Denton, TX. We serve patients from Frisco TX, Denton TX, Little Elm TX, Celina TX, The Colony TX, Prosper TX, McKinney TX, Plano TX, Allen TX, and the North Dallas Metro area.
A person with arthritis experiences swelling, stiffness, warmth, and redness in their joints. At Pain Specialists of Frisco, board-certified pain doctor Dr. Mohan treats arthritis by reducing joint inflammation or degeneration. Your feet, hand, hip, knees, and lower back are among the body parts that are frequently affected by arthritis. Although there is currently no known cure for arthritis, medications have advanced significantly in recent years, and early intervention is advantageous for many forms of the disease. Family history, repetitive joint stress, viral infection, and autoimmune disease are all risk factors for arthritis. For more information, contact us or book an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Frisco, TX, and Denton, TX.
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Joint swelling and tenderness are symptoms of arthritis. Arthritis is characterized by joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with age. Arthritis can be classified as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.
Cartilage – the hard, slippery tissue covering the ends of bones where they form joints – is destroyed by osteoarthritis. It is a disease in which the immune system attacks the joints, starting with their linings. Gout is caused by uric acid crystals, which form when your blood contains too much uric acid. Other types of arthritis can be caused by infections or underlying diseases, such as psoriasis or lupus.
Different types of arthritis require different treatments. Reducing symptoms and improving quality of life are the main goals of arthritis treatments.
The goal of arthritis treatment is to relieve symptoms and improve joint function.
To determine what works best for you, you may need to try several different treatments, or a combination of treatments.
Regenexx invented an innovative approach to orthopedics called interventional orthopedics. A minimally invasive alternative to knee surgery, this procedure involves injecting your own bone marrow concentrate directly into the affected joint using ultrasound guidance.
In interventional orthopedics, platelets and stem cells are injected under X-ray or ultrasound guidance to help heal common orthopedic conditions. The technique involves acquiring a thorough understanding of the anatomy, biomechanics, and approaches required to successfully insert a needle into a given structure.
Globally, arthritis is one of the leading causes of pain and disability. Exercise, medication, and stress reduction can all ease the pain of arthritis and other conditions.
Whether you are sitting, standing or engaging in an activity, make sure you are paying attention to your joints. Move your joints regularly. Move your joints through their full range of motion on a daily basis by doing gentle stretches. Be sure to maintain good posture, sitting, standing, and moving correctly can be taught by a physical therapist.
Make sure you know your limits, make sure you balance activity with rest, and don’t overdo it. In addition, lifestyle changes are important for easing pain. As well as contributing to arthritis pain, being overweight can increase the complications of arthritis.
To lose weight, it is often most effective to make incremental, permanent changes to your lifestyle that result in gradual weight loss. Arthritis pain can be exacerbated by smoking because it damages connective tissues.
Make sure you choose activities that build muscles around your joints, without damaging them. The right exercise program can be developed with the help of a physical therapist or occupational therapist. Make sure you stretch, perform range-of-motion exercises, and gradually increase your strength levels. Improve your mood and control your weight by doing low-impact aerobic exercises like walking, cycling, or water exercises.
A doctor should be consulted if you experience pain in or around a joint or joints that does not subside after a few days. The key to finding the right treatment and self-help options is to find out what’s causing your pain.
It’s true that arthritis has no cure, but treatments have improved greatly in recent years, and early treatment is clearly beneficial for many types of arthritis, especially inflammatory arthritis. Your arthritis may have been caused by a variety of factors. Each type of arthritis is associated with a number of factors that can increase its risk. A genetic predisposition to arthritis may have been inherited from your parents or grandparents.
Pain from arthritis can make life difficult by making it harder to move around. It is not uncommon for arthritis symptoms to change from day to day, and even from week to week. There are many types of arthritis that are long-term conditions, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Symptoms can, however, be managed with the right approach and treatment. You will be able to stay mobile and stay healthy by remaining physically active, regardless of your condition.
Arthritis treatment is available at Pain Specialists of Frisco. Contact us today to learn more or schedule an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Frisco, TX, and Denton, TX. We serve patients from Frisco TX, Denton TX, Little Elm TX, Celina TX, The Colony TX, Prosper TX, McKinney TX, Corinth, TX, Highland Village, TX, Plano TX, Allen TX, Dallas, TX, Fortworth TX, and surrounding areas.
– Osteoarthritis treatment with the latest advancements including Orthobiologics. Physician is IOF (Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation) member.
– Exciting results from treating Osteoarthritis of any joints including Knees/Shoulders/ankles with Regenexx procedures.
– See the live and ongoing data from pooled database of nearly 90 Regenexx clinics across the country, of which we are a part of.
At Regenexx, we invented a new approach to orthopedic care we called interventional Orthopedics. This Minimally invasive alternative to knee surgery uses ultrasound guided technology to precisely inject your own bone marrow concentrate – which contains stem cells- directly where it is needed in the joint.
The cells in your bone marrow concentrate work at the site of your injury to promote your body’s natural healing abilities and avoid surgery.
Regaining averages of up to 74% function.