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Introduction of Rheumatoid Arthritis

 

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Rheumatoid arthritis (generally called RA) is a condition that specialists classify as an immune system condition.

It begins when your body’s immune system, which is responsible for protecting you from any disorders, does not function normally and starts to assault your body’s own tissues.

It causes aggravation in the joint linings (also called the synovium). Subsequently, your joints might get red, warm, enlarged, and feel painful.

Rheumatoid arthritis is feared as it is one of the most problematic types of arthritis. Fortunately, the standpoint has extraordinarily improved for new patients who are recently diagnosed.

Rheumatoid arthritis still remains a serious cause for concern because of the wide variety of symptoms displayed and the effects it has on the patient.

All things considered, advancements in treatment have made it conceivable to stop or slow the pace of the damage.

By the end of this blog, you will learn about rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis rheumatoid treatment and an innovative method of treatment for rheumatoid arthritis natural treatments by Ultrasound Physiotherapy.

 

Rheumatoid Arthritis Causes

 

The exact cause for rheumatoid arthritis is not known to researchers so far. Some experts believe that rheumatoid arthritis is triggered because of the reaction of the immune system against a bacteria or a virus.

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, which means that the condition is triggered because of the reaction of the immune system against the body itself. The immune system maintains the health of the body by fighting against foreign or invading bacteria or viruses.

In autoimmune disorders, the immune system mistakes healthy cells of the body as other bacteria and viruses and in rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system creates inflammation in the joints of the body.

It attacks the synovium (tissue lining surrounding the joints) that generates a lubricative fluid for smoother movement of the joint. In rheumatoid arthritis, the synovium gets thicker and therefore, movement becomes painful in the joints.

There are several factors that increase the probability of a person getting affected by rheumatoid arthritis, such as-

 Age – The risk of rheumatoid arthritis increases with age but it’s developed mostly in middle age.

  1. Gender – Women are more prone to rheumatoid arthritis than men.
  2. Excessive weight – People who are overweight are more prone to rheumatoid arthritis.
  3. Family history – There is an increased chance of getting rheumatoid arthritis if a family member has it. 
  4. Smoking – If you are already at risk of getting rheumatoid arthritis because of genetics, smoking will increase the risks. Smoking also increases the impact of rheumatoid arthritis on a person.

 

Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

 

In the early stages of rheumatoid arthritis, you may not notice any swelling or redness, but you may experience pain or tenderness in your joints.

Early rheumatoid arthritis also tends to affect the smaller joints first, especially the joints that connect your toes to the feet and those that attach your fingers to your hands.

The typical symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis include –

  1. Joint pain, tenderness, swelling or stiffness that lasts for six weeks or longer.
  2. Stiffness that persists for more than 30 minutes in the morning.
  3. Pain in multiple joints.
  4. Pain is experienced in joints on both sides of the body

As the disease advances, the symptoms spread to the ankles, wrists, hips, shoulders, and elbows. Certain areas of your body that are not joints can be affected by rheumatoid arthritis. They include

  •     Heart
  •     Eyes
  •     Skin
  •     Lungs
  •     Nerve tissue
  •     Kidneys
  •     Salivary glands
  •     Blood vessels
  •     Bone marrow

The symptoms and signs vary on the severity of the disease and may also be periodical in nature. Rheumatoid arthritis will eventually cause your joints to shift out of place because of the deformity.

 

Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

 

There is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis. However, in order to relieve pain, arthritis rheumatoid treatment can be done either through the following ways –

  1. MedicationThe medications that are prescribed to you by your doctor will be based on the severity of the disease and how long you have been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.Medicine rheumatoid arthritis can be classified into the following subtypes – NSAIDs (Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), steroids, conventional DMARDs, biologic agents, and targeted synthetic DMARDs.Medicines have to be consumed on a periodical basis for the rest of your life, which creates a dependency on  The medicines and it will cause problems when the medicine is not consumed or unavailable. Also, the cost of medicines in the long term will prove to be expensive to you. Supplementary medicines also need to be taken in order to suppress the potential side effects of the medicines.
  1. Surgery – Surgery needs to be performed if medication fails to prevent or slow down joint damage. The surgical procedures used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis are either synovectomy (replacing the synovium or lining of joints), tendon repair, joint fusion, or total joint replacement. Surgery is expensive and it always runs the risk of excessive bleeding, pain, and infection.
  1. Therapy – Certain exercises can be learnt by you in order to maintain the flexibility and mobility of your joints. Your therapist can also recommend certain ways of doing tasks that will reduce the stress on your joints.

          One of the most innovative methods for rheumatoid arthritis natural treatments by Ultrasound Physiotherapy.

 

Benefits of Ultrasound Physiotherapy Machine

 

Rheumatoid arthritis Treatment

Ultrasound Physiotherapy in rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most convenient ways to treat the disease. It works in the following ways –

  1. Decreasing inflammation and pain – Ultrasound therapy is the most effective way to treat joint pain by decreasing the number of painful joints and swelling, as well as decreasing morning stiffness.
  2. Bone healing – In previous research, it was found that the usage of ultrasound therapy was correlated to the prevention of bone erosion and promoted bone healing.
  3. Increased flexibility – Ultrasound physiotherapy has been found particularly helpful for rheumatoid arthritis which causes an eventual decrease in the mobility of your joints.

Ultrasound physiotherapy machines are available on the market which is more cost-effective than surgery or medication, and also do not cause any side effects, enabling you to live your life to the fullest extent.

Ultrasound therapy machines are also easily portable, which means you can carry them wherever you want and use them whenever you want.  A patient’s convenience is the most important thing and a no-compromise method of treatment is the most convenient way of treatment and therefore, ultrasound treatment is the most holistic way of treating rheumatoid arthritis.

 

Conclusion

 

Now that you are familiar with ultrasound physiotherapy and its benefits in treating rheumatoid arthritis efficiently and in a holistic way, you should check it for yourself and try it out. With UltraCare Pro products like US111, you can treat yourself from rheumatoid arthritis wherever and whenever you want. US111 is a lightweight and portable device and comes with eight different levels of intensity that can be changed according to your needs. It comes with advanced circuit protection for safe therapy and is also CE approved.

 At Ultracare Pro, we believe in not just curing but also providing comfort during the cure because you deserve nothing but the best.

 

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