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About Psoriatic Arthritis

About Psoriatic Arthritis

For many patients who live with the daily struggles of psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis is yet another condition that can cause pain and hardship. However, the symptoms of psoriatic arthritis are manageable in many cases with the help of an experienced medical professional.

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What Is Gout?

What is Gout?

Gout is a relatively common form of arthritis that occurs when excess uric acid is produced and becomes crystallized inside body’s joints. Gout typically occurs in stages, starting with an increase in blood uric levels followed by a “gout attack,” which can result in pain that can last for more than a week. In those with chronic gout, attacks can be very frequent and permanent joint damage can occur.

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Benefits Of IV Infusion Therapy

Benefits of IV Infusion Therapy

Have you been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis? If so, then there’s a good chance your doctor or rheumatologist has put you on medication in an attempt to treat and manage your symptoms. Unfortunately, not everybody responds well to traditional arthritis treatment (such as TNF inhibitors).

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Why The Summer Heat Can Cause Joint Pain

Why The Summer Heat Can Cause Joint Pain

The warmest months of summer are almost here, which is welcome news for those who enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and other outdoor activities. Unfortunately, summer heat and humidity can also wreak havoc on those with existing joint conditions or chronic pain. In fact, there are many ways in which increased heat and humidity can cause joint pain.

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Managing Lupus During The Summer

Managing Lupus During the Summer

Lupus is a disease that affects the body’s immune system and causes it to confuse healthy tissues with dangerous viruses, germs, and bacteria. As a result, the body mistakenly creates antibodies that attack, damage, and destroy healthy tissues of the body. For most people with lupus, this results in chronic pain, inflammation, and damage to specific areas of the body.

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