Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain

The best treatment results usually involved a number of different therapies used in combination. Treatment options are split into two main categories: medication and surgery. The primary role of most of the drugs in the medication category is to slow down the inflammatory process. For more severe cases, surgery is often needed. In this video, Dr. Nancy Snyderman discusses the various kinds of medications used for treating rheumatoid arthritis pain and when you may opt for surgery instead.

 

Dr. Nancy Snyderman

This video features Dr. Nancy Snyderman.

Duration: 03:41.
Reviewed by: Dr. Preeti Parikh, Dr. Holly Atkinson, Dr. Supriya Jain, Dr. Mera Goodman . Review date: January 13, 2017
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