Neurogenic Inflammation in OA: Combined Thermal Therapy with Acetaminophen

Symptomatic drugs are frequently used for pain control, but dissatisfaction with such an intervention has led many patients to seek other treatments, one of which is thermal heat. The intentions in the present study is to investigate a possible interaction between thermal treatment and the main neuropeptides involved in OARead …

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Osteoinductive Protein Complex for Moderate to Severe Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, is one the most common forms of joint disorder in the United States and affects over 20 million people. Current treatments for its management involve the use of analgesics such as acetaminophen and nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). These treatments, however, have shown…

Plant Extracts Superior for Managing Osteoarthritis

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Plant extracts may not be as potent as taking ibuprofen for osteoarthritis. Their subtlety is a positive says, Michael Jurgelewicz, DC. “They have an action that spreads across multiple enzyme systems, which is often a better way to go because you get the effect you want without the potential downstream side effects such as edema, hypertension, ulceration, or renal dysfunction,” he writes.