#OstioArthritis

Today my topic is on #OstioArthritiS #OA #Joint pain problem. Most of the peoples are worrying about this I will try to give solutions. #Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common chronic (long-lasting) joint condition. A joint is where two bones come together. The ends of these bones are covered with protective tissue called cartilage. With OA, this cartilage breaks down, causing the bones within the joint to rub together. This can cause pain, stiffness, and other symptoms. OA occurs most often in older people, although it can occur in adults of any age. OA is also called degenerative joint disease, degenerative arthritis, and wear-and-tear arthritis. A leading cause of disability, Osteoarthritis causes OA is caused by joint damage. This damage can accumulate over time, which is why age is one of the main causes of the joint damage leading to osteoarthritis. The older you are, the more wear and tear you’ve had on your joints. Other causes of joint damage include past injury, such as: • torn cartilage • dislocated joints • ligament injuries They also include joint malformation, obesity, and poor posture. Certain risk factors, such as family history and gender, increase your risk of osteoarthritis. Check out the most common causes of OA. Osteoarthritis and cartilage Cartilage is a tough, rubbery substance that’s flexible and softer than bone. Its job is to protect the ends of bones within a joint and allow them to move easily against each other. When cartilage breaks down, these bone surfaces become pitted and rough. This can cause pain within the joint, and irritation in surrounding tissues. Damaged cartilage can’t repair itself. This is because cartilage doesn’t contain any blood vessels. When cartilage wears away completely, the cushioning buffer that it provides disappears, allowing for bone-on-bone contact. This can cause intense pain and other symptoms associated with OA. Here’s what else you need to know about cartilage, joints, and osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis symptoms OA can occur in any joint. However, the most commonly affected areas of the body include the: • hands • fingertips • knees • hips • spine, typically at the neck or lower back The most common symptoms of osteoarthritis include: • pain • tenderness (discomfort when pressing on the area with your fingers) • stiffness • inflammation Primary Homoeopathic Remedies • Aconitum napellus. This remedy may be helpful for pain and inflammation that comes on suddenly after exposure to cold wind and weather. ... • Arnica. ... • Belladonna. ... • Bryonia. ... • Calcarea phosphorica. ... • Ledum palustre. ... • Pulsatilla. ... • Rhus toxicodendron.

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Dear Dr. Rajesh Gupta Sir, Advice for the case. Tab. Abha Guggulu 1 tds. Tab. Rasraj Ras 1 tds. Liq. Dashmul Kashay 30 ml BD.

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अति महत्वपूर्ण एवं उपयोगी जानकारी हेतु आभार व्यक्त करता हूं।

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An important and helpful educative post Sir.

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Informative

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Very valuable informative

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Sir how long can we prescribe any of these remedies and which potency you feel is much effective and safe..?

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