Features January 2007 Issue

9 Steps To Pain Relief You Can Take Now

Treating the discomfort of arthritic joints is an effort best shared by you and your physician. Here are nine ways you can participate.

Coping with arthritis pain can be a full-time and frustrating pastime. The effort is apt to be especially fruitless if you try to ease your discomfort in solitude, relying only on over-the-counter drugs, foregoing consultation with a physician, and thereby missing out on the abundant medical and surgical treatments that might provide the relief you desperately need.

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