Pain or pain: tools that heal or prevent this

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Pain or pain: tools that heal or prevent this

Osteoarthritis of the hands and fingers are degenerative symptoms that affect the joints.

Inflammation reactions occur causing swelling with pain and stiffness .

In people with osteoarthritis, normal cartilage will gradually reduce in thickness until the bone is completely free and rubs over each other. It is usually the joints of the knuckles in the middle of the fingers, the fingertip and the joint at the base of the thumb that are affected.

Usually there are warning signs long before you realize that there is a problem. These are often ignored because people still think that osteoarthritis is something for older people. It is therefore very important to recognize and treat these early. The first symptoms are pain and stiffness at the level of the wrist, the fingers and the thumb joint.

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Pain or pain: tools that heal or prevent this

Osteoarthritis of the hands and fingers are degenerative symptoms that affect the joints.

Inflammation reactions occur causing swelling with pain and stiffness .

In people with osteoarthritis, normal cartilage will gradually reduce in thickness until the bone is completely free and rubs over each other. It is usually the joints of the knuckles in the middle of the fingers, the fingertip and the joint at the base of the thumb that are affected.

Usually there are warning signs long before you realize that there is a problem. These are often ignored because people still think that osteoarthritis is something for older people. It is therefore very important to recognize and treat these early. The first symptoms are pain and stiffness at the level of the wrist, the fingers and the thumb joint.

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