Arthritis is one of the most painful experience that many men and women are suffering from, it is an inflammation of the joints. Moreover it can affect one joint or multiple joints. Basically there are two types of Arthritis namely osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

Worldwide research states that the symptoms of arthritis usually develop over-time but it may also appear suddenly and in adults above 65 years, it is quite common. It can also develop in younger adults too. Apparently Arthritis is more common in women than men and in people who are overweight.

Prime Causes of Arthritis:

Cartilage is a firm but strong connective tissue in your joints. Cartilage protects the joints by absorbing shock and pressure created by you when you move and put pressure on them. Some forms of arthritis comes into existence after slow reduction of cartilage.

OA ; that is one of the most common form and is caused by normal wear and tear of cartilage tissue and the risk may be higher if you have a family issue.

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RA ; is one of the most common form and  caused due to autoimmune disorder. It generally occurs when the immune system of your body itself attacks the tissues of the body. The autoimmune system attacks Synovium , a soft tissue in your joints. Synovium produces a liquid that nourishes the cartilage and lubricates the joints.

Symptoms of Arthritis:

  • Joint Pain
  • Stiffness
  • Range of motion may decrease
  • Redness of skin around the joints
  • Worse symptoms in the morning in most of the cases
  • Many experience a loss of appetite
  • Decrease on Red Blood Cell count
  • Joint deformity
  • Inflammation in the activity of immune system


Risk Factors for Arthritis:

In some cases where the genes are inherited from ancestors, there is a great risk of injury from specific activities. Some may break their bones while playing etc.

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Signs of Arthritis that You must notice:

In case when large joints are involved, such as knee, there can be loss of cartilage with limitation of motion from the joint damage.

And when Arthritis affects small joints in fingers, there can be bone growth, loss of hand grip and grip strength of the hand. Moreover Rheumatic can also cause symptoms affecting various organs of the body that do not directly involve the joints.


Diagnosis of Arthritis and Why it is important:

The first step in the diagnosis starts when the patient meets the doctor face to face so that the doctor will review the history of the ongoing symptoms. If you are currently staying in India and want to book an appointment for your treatment of your arthritis problem you can also directly call

@ +91 – 8948209775 to meet Dr. Kumar Gaurav . The doctor will ask questions about or examine other parts for inflammation and deformity and signs of diseases that can affect other parts of your body.

Certain tests of  blood, urine, joint fluid, and/or X-ray tests might be ordered.

As far as treatment is concerned earlier and accurate diagnosis can help to prevent irreversible damage and disability and you have the best option to go for Homoeopathy as you will get rid of the side effects and can get complete curable treatment from Dr. Kumar Gaurav if you book an appointment and visit him at his clinic at the early stage of Arthritis.

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