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arthritis responsible for joint painLearn more about

arthritis responsible for joint pain

Learn more about arthritis responsible for joint pain

What is arthritis?

Arthritis is pain or swelling of the joints. There are many types of arthritis. There are three main types.

The most common problem today is with knee pain. Everywhere people are seen these days talking about the pain of the bell. According to a survey, 60% of people in India complain of knee pain after the age of 44. Difficulty in sitting and standing, difficulty in straightening the legs and knees in sleep are very common in this pain....



1. Age-related wear and tear:

With age, wear and tear causes joint pain. This problem is more common in the knee, hip and waist joints.
Arthritis: This is an autoimmune disease that affects different joints.

Arthritis: An increase in the amount of certain elements in the body which causes pain and swelling in the joints.

As a result of wear and tear, the marrow that surrounds the bone begins to fill with water, forming small cracks and osteophytes on the surface of the bone. This causes difficulty in movement of the joints. Often a small portion of the marrow gets inside the joint and causes more pain. As the wear and tear of the marrow increases, the joints become smaller and the wear and tear reaches the bone-bone surface, the surface does not turn and the foot does not turn.

Symptoms of the disease


Swelling on the knees, pain, inability to bend the legs, decreased mobility, noise in the joints during movement, shortening of one leg.

Treatment

With timely diagnosis and treatment, joint wear stops progressing and pain / swelling is reduced.

(1) Conservative treatment Medications, exercise, proper diet

(2) Operation

If the pain persists even after medication / exercise
If the pain is unbearable
Can't sleep at night
Having trouble walking from a daily activity such as standing up
Total replacement



This is an operation in which a part of the damaged joint is removed and replaced with a metal-plastic joint. These prosthetic joints can move like natural joints.

Knee joints have three parts, The lower part of the hip bone, The upper part of the tube bone

This operation involves removing the damaged surfaces of both bones and, if necessary, removing the back surface of the lid, after which artificial joints are inserted.

Benefits from the operation

The pain goes away
The movement of the joints can be challenged by movement
A curved or shortened leg is straightened
All the activities that could not be done before can be done