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RA Pain: What is the Best Pain Relief for Rheumatoid …

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Why is pain management important in rheumatoid arthritis?

Patient Portal Access your health record securely and communicate with us The Patient Portal is a secure, encrypted online resource that enables you to …

What services do pain clinics offer for rheumatoid arthritis?

Alternating between heat and cold packs can help to ease pain from inflammation for rheumatoid arthritis patients. Cold packs help to numb the feelings of pain, and heat relaxes muscles and joints. A hot water bath can also help soothe joint pain. By using heat and cold regularly, it can help to manage painful symptoms as they arise.

Why choose our pain management center?

Our pain management doctors and pain consultants are some of the best in the area, and we want to treat your pain, whether it’s low back pain, high back pain, or chronic pain anywhere else in your body. Fill out our online contact form or contact the Reclaimability Pain Services center closest to you to schedule a pain consultation today.

How can reclaimability pain services help you?

At ReclaimAbility Pain Services, treatment is personally tailored to help you or your loved one find relief from chronic pain. Select an area of pain to learn more about related conditions and available treatment options. Wrist & Hand. Thoracic Spine. Shoulder. Regional Pain. Lumbar Spine. Knee. Hip & Pelvis.


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The Patient Portal is a secure, confidential, and convenient Web site that provides easy communication with Arthritis and Rheumatism Associates, P.C. It uses the latest encryption technology to deliver secure communication between patients and our office.

We respect your privacy

Receive notices to your personal email account when there is important information awaiting you in your Patient Portal account. If you choose to use the Patient Portal, your name and email address will be treated with the same care and privacy given to your medical records.

Who can sign up?

Patients and their legal guardians can sign up for the Patient Portal in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of the Web site.

Sign up today

You can sign up and register for the Patient Portal by giving our practice your name and email address. In turn, we will mail you an activation code, known as an enrollment token, and simple instructions. The enrollment token will allow you to log into the system and create your private user name and password.

Is rheumatoid arthritis a chronic disease?

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic pain condition with no definite cure. However, it can be managed via various treatments, depending on the nature and severity of a patient’s arthritis. Unlike osteoarthritis, which typically occurs due to age and/or wear-and-tear, or gout, which may cause arthritis due to uric acid crystals in the joints, rheumatoid arthritis is an auto-immune condition wherein the body’s defenses attack and cause inflammation in various tissues, including the joints.

What are the options for reducing inflammation in the nervous system?

These options can include surgeries, such as modifying or replacing the joint itself or removing chronically inflamed tissue around the joint (synovectomy).

Can corticosteroids be used for arthritis?

Corticosteroids can significantly help in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis because of their potent anti-inflammatory and pain-killing effects. However, they are not advised for very long-term use due to an increased risk of hypertension, osteoporosis, and infection. They are usually injected into tissue near a swollen or much-inflamed joint to maximize the pain-killing effect and minimize side effects. Corticosteroids can also be used as nerve blocks, temporarily numbing the area during intense flare-ups.