Health.com notes that while a cure for arthritis has yet to be developed, the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis can be alleviated by losing weight and exercising. Acupuncture and capsaicin cream can also be b... More »

Arthritis can be treated naturally with hot and cold therapy, potentially with magnets, by losing weight, by increasing exercise, by utilizing acupuncture treatments, by getting massages, by eating tumeric and through in... More »

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To treat wound and bruise inflammation naturally without the use of medications, individuals can use the RICE method of rest, ice, compression and elevation, explains WebMD. The RICE method is known to reduce swelling an... More »

Easing hip pain from arthritis involves a variety of approaches, ranging from losing weight and starting an exercise regimen, to undergoing physical therapy and using assistive devices. Medical interventions are also ava... More »

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Acupuncture doesn't necessarily cure arthritis, but it does help relieve the pain for periods of time, according to WebMD. Acceptance of the use of acupuncture in treating chronic physical ailments such as arthritis has ... More »

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Exercises that help knee joint pain and arthritis patients include the hamstring stretch, calf stretch, straight leg raise, quad set, heel raise, sit to stand and seated hip march, notes WebMD. An individual can also pla... More »

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Some natural remedies for treating arthritis include losing weight, exercising regularly, hot and cold treatments, acupuncture and meditation as well as massage and including omega-3 fatty acids and turmeric in the diet.... More »

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