If you suffer from arthritis, then you’re probably also familiar with the debilitating fatigue that can come with it. This is especially true among those with rheumatoid arthritis, as up to 98% of people with this disease report fatigue on a regular basis. Fatigue can easily get in the way of your everyday life and prevent you from handling important obligations and responsibilities. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can go about combating arthritis-related fatigue.
May is National Arthritis Awareness Month, which is a great opportunity to spread the word about this extremely common disease that affects approximately one in five adults. By becoming better educated on arthritis, its symptoms, and the available treatment options, you can do your part to help reduce the impact this disease has on the lives of individuals and families across the country.
Dr. Douglas Roane joined the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Treatment Center in the fall of 2016. A graduate of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa Oklahoma, Dr. Roane completed his Internal Medicine and Rheumatology residency in the Air Force and spent 17 years in private practice before joining the practice.
Arthritis is not a one-size-fits-all condition, and the resulting pain can come in many different forms. There are several types…