A-Z Guide to Managing Arthritis
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|Wed, 03-21-2012 - 1:54pm|
Regular visits to your doctor may be crucial to managing arthritis, but ultimately, the most important person in controlling your disease – and living well with it – is you.
Your doctor can prescribe medications, but no prescription will help if you fail to fill it or take it as directed. Your doctor can recommend a proven diet, but it will be useless if you don’t follow through. Your doctor can tell you the benefits and potential risks of a new treatment, but you make the final decision whether the former is worth the latter.
To help you be a better manager of your own arthritis, Arthritis Today has created this A-to-Z guide. You’ll find plenty of information that should apply regardless of the form of arthritis you have. So, get started on things you can do today, and make notes of things you’ll want to ask your rheumatologist.
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