Arthritis pain in the big toe can be relieved through medication, injections, lifestyle changes, exercise, devices and surgery, reports Healthline. Arthritis in the foot shows up most often in the base of the big toe, wh... More »

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Treat arthritis in the big toe by using self-help measures such as over-the-counter pain relievers or anti-inflammatory medications, recommends Healthline. Applying ice packs to the toe can also provide temporary relief,... More »

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The underlying causes of a swollen big toe include gout, osteoarthritis and fracture, according to Foot Vitals. Early diagnosis usually allows physicians to treat swelling and pain without having to perform surgery. More »

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Arthritis pain can be relieved through exercise, over-the-counter medications and lifestyle changes, according to Mayo Clinic. Before pursuing a pain relief treatment, patients need to consult their doctor about the spec... More »

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Hip replacement surgery may be required when treatments such as medication, exercise, canes and other aids for walking do not work, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. ... More »

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A nebulizer changes medication from a liquid state to a vapor by using an air compressor to force pressurized air through a tube connected to a medicine-containing vessel, explains Healthline. The vapor is easy to inhale... More »

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Symptoms from Parkinson’s disease can be treated through medication, deep brain stimulation, surgery, lifestyle changes and exercise, according to Mayo Clinic. These treatments cannot cure Parkinson’s disease, but they m... More »

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