What is the best treatment for arthritis?

Tylenol/ exercise. No best treatment for not so bad arthritis you can try tylenol (acetaminophen) / arthritis as needed basis with good exercise.
It depends. There are many forms of arthritis with multiple causes. It is best to be evaluated before deciding on a long term therapy. Good luck!

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