Rheumatoid Arthritis causes long term swelling, stiffness and pain in joints. Along with wrists, feet and hands, other body parts can also be affected. Symptoms of this disorder can become worse at times. This condition is referred to as flare or flare-up.
Though there is no specific age at which Rheumatoid Arthritis can affect humans, usually this disorder hits post 40 years of age. Women are more likely to develop this Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Therapists can suggest exercises that can by useful in ensuring flexibility of joints. They can also suggest using devices that can aid in putting lesser stress on affected joints.Surgery:
Surgery is considered if medications and therapy are not enough for avoiding joint damage.Surgeries can have following procedures:
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