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Osteoarthritis Treatment UK

Osteoarthritis Treatment UK


The latest Osteoarthritis Treatment UK

More than 8.5 million people in the UK experience hurting joints as a result of osteoarthritis (OA). OA is more common in older men and women; according to X-ray studies, at least half of those over 65 have the condition.

OA is the most typical chronic joint disease. OA is sometimes referred to as wear-and-tear arthritis, degenerative arthritis, and degenerative joint disease.

A joint is where two bones come together. Cartilage is the name for the covering of tissue that covers the ends of the bones. As a result of OA, this cartilage deteriorates, causing the bones of the joint to rub against one another. It could cause discomfort, stiffness, and other symptoms.

OA can affect any joint. However, the following are the most typically affected bodily parts:

  • Fingers
  • Hands
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Shoulder
  • Spine, typically at the neck or lower back

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Osteoarthritis Treatment UK

The focus of Osteoarthritis Treatment UK is on symptom management. The type of treatment that will help you the most will be determined by the degree and location of your symptoms.

Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, lifestyle adjustments, and home remedies are frequently enough to provide pain, stiffness, and swelling relief.


A variety of OA drugs are available to help provide relief. Among them are:

  • Pain remedies are taken orally. Paracetamol and other pain medicines can aid with pain relief but not with swelling.
  • Pain remedies are applied topically. These over-the-counter medications come in creams, gels, and patches. They numb the joint area and provide pain relief, particularly for mild arthritis discomfort.
  • Anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs). Ibuprofen and naproxen are NSAIDs that help reduce swelling and pain.
  • Corticosteroids. Oral versions of several prescription drugs are available. They can also be delivered as a direct injection into a joint. Cortisone and triamcinolone acetonide are two examples.
  • Cymbalta. An antidepressant for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain.

As a preliminary step, your doctor may suggest OTC remedies. Learn more about over-the-counter and prescription OA drugs.