How does rehabilitation work in rheumatoid arthritis?


One of the symptoms of this disease, very common in people between the thirties and 50s, is the appearance of edema, but also severe pain, limitation of motion in the joints and rheumatoid nodules. Patients very often also feel morning kind of stiffness in the joints. This insidious disease is one of autoimmune diseases, chronic, divided into periods of exacerbation and remission. Much more women can be found among the sick.

Finding answers to pain

Modern therapies are looking for the best and most effective way to combat the chronic and painful illnesses that make life difficult. There are not only new scientific or medical methods to deal with them, but also ways not necessarily medical but effective, restoring those people's desire to live.

What to do not feel the pain?

Treatment of this unpleasant disease involves the administration of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory pharmaceuticals and glycorosteroids. Here, however, the most important is the appropriate physiotherapy, which aims to reduce discomfort felt and restore the ability to work in joints. It is also useful to use covers from ice bags. At critical moments, a rehabilitation bed will be useful. The best moves will be passive and passive, suitable for individual joints. Motion baths are also great. It is always a good idea to keep in mind the regularity of your exercise. Therapy must always be adapted to the condition of the patient and the severity of the disease, however, in any case, even with remission, exercise should be used.


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