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microcurrent therapy for rheumatoid arthritis

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See a Rheumatologist: Rheumatologist specialize in the treatment of inflammatory arthritis as rheumatoid arthritis.
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Dr. Thomas Namey
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There is no one best: Treatments vary from patient to patient. Most of my patients do not need biologics and can be successfully treated with older drugs, but combinations ... Read More
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Depends on symptoms: Cardiovascular activity is important for everyone. Walking is a great form of weight bearing exercise ( to help prevent osteoporosis as well). If you ... Read More
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Dr. Ron Jones
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Do you have it ?: For that diagnosis you would certainly want to see your pcp for confirmation. There are many treatments which would be individualized for you. A sat ... Read More
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Need more info: Without knowing what interventions you have tried hard to say if you have utilized all available options. In addition to prescription medications ther ... Read More
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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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See details: It really depends on the specific manifestation and the severity of the involvement. Is one joint involved or are many involved? Is it more systemic w ... Read More
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Dr. Jay Park
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NSAID: Initial treatment for jra starts with nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents such Aspirin or ibuprofen.
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Dr. Thomas Namey
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Yes, but.....: Humira (adalimumab) is quite effective. It is also quite expensive. It should not be considered a first-line therapy, as drug companies want us to b ... Read More
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Dr. Jeffrey Miller
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Yes: The biologic drugs, of which the tnf inhibitors are one , are new and exciting medications that are changing the course of RA by interfering with the ... Read More
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It is very effective: for symptom control but it is not a good idea lomg term because of the side effects
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