Arthritis does not have to limit your relief – Find relief with Physical therapy.
Arthritic Pain Relief
Are you looking for pain management for arthritis? Look no further
Do You Think You Have Arthritis?
This type of illness can be managed with Trinity Physiotherapy. At Trinity, we offer Physiotherapy for the joint rehab you need to prevent future arthritis-related injuries. One of our licensed professionals offers training to improve the affected joints’ mobility, freedom, and overall functioning.
In addition, we will review which joints are painful and evaluate which exercises help relieve arthritis during daily activities.
If you wake up with a stiff joint that makes it hard for you to move in the morning, you may have first-degree arthritis. This is a common condition for many; however, many people live with an infected joint for too long before seeking help.
If you have arthritis pain or symptoms, contact our physiotherapist today to confirm your appointment.
What can physical therapy do for my arthritis?
If you have arthritis or you think you have arthritis, you can benefit significantly from Trinity physical therapy. In many cases, physical therapy helps to avoid surgeries, medications and injections.
Physiotherapy helps to restore the normal movement of the joints, improve the strength of the musculoskeletal system and improve the way to walk, run, bend and move.
Our treatments are tailored to your specific needs to help you heal faster and get lasting results. We will also teach you how to prevent injuries in the future and what you can do yourself with the right therapeutic exercises.
How Do I Know What Type Of Arthritis Pain I Have?
Arthritis causes pain and inflammation and can affect one or more joints at the same time. According to psychiatric studies, more than 50 million people have arthritis, which is the leading cause of disability nationwide.
Rheumatoid arthritis is also common, although it is not easy to understand. People with arthritis often notice pain around the joints that worsens after prolonged sitting, standing or inactivity. The pain can increase when you move, for example, if you bend your knees. You may notice tingling sensations and movement in the affected joints, and your muscles may become painful to the touch. Arthritis can also cause pain during exercise, and the pain may go away if you stop doing so.
Rheumatoid arthritis develops as an autoimmune reaction, which means that the body’s immune system finds the joints threatening and decides to attack them. Researchers have suggested that your medical history, environment, and hormones may be involved in rheumatoid arthritis. In addition, women are usually affected by arthritis than men. Because it is an autoimmune disease, it is common for them to affect the same joints in different parts of the body.
At Trinity, rheumatoid arthritis treatment in Canada is aimed to reduce inflammation and pain. This often requires medication, occupational therapy or physiotherapy and exercise.
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. This can cause a sudden joint injury or occur after the previous injury has healed completely. For example, let’s say you were a college footballer who experienced a harsh blow. You seek treatment, come back and keep playing. Even though the injury has improved, the bones or surrounding muscles have been damaged, support for the joints has decreased, or there has been a change in joint function. Therefore, it is still possible to develop arthritis caused by these injuries later in life.
The same is true for overuses or repetitive activities. For example, if you are a carpenter who uses a hammer to work for repetitive movements, you may have osteoarthritis in your elbows or hands. Losing excess weight can put you at risk for osteoarthritis due to increased pressure on your knees and hips.
Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage of joints is damaged due to age or overuse. This causes joint pain because the cartilage no longer moves like a thick cushion. Without a cushion, the bones collapse and cause an inflammatory reaction in the joint.
Are you ready to find relief?
Contact Trinity Physiotherapy today to learn how our services can help you find lasting relief from arthritis pain.
One of our Trinity Physiotherapists will perform a physical assessment to determine which treatment is best for you.