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JOINT DISEASE

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Joint disease is a condition causing swelling, degeneration, and pain around joints, making individuals inactive due to movement difficulties. Causes include family history, repeated joint stress, and autoimmune infections.

 

Common types include:

  • osteoarthritis

  • juvenile arthritis

  • rheumatoid arthritis

  • psoriatic arthritis

 

Symptoms include swelling, warmth, stiffness, pain, redness, and tenderness. Treatments vary based on severity, symptoms, and individual health.

 

Nonsurgical treatments include medication, biologics, therapeutic injections, physical therapy, and surgical treatments like fusion and joint replacement. There is no outright cure for this disease, but treatments are structured according to severity, symptoms, and individual health.

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