The problem of arthritis is growing across the U.S. with more than 100 forms of this medical condition known to physicians and the issue becoming the number one cause of disability in the nation. New Jersey’s Osteo Relief Institute has been working to develop a new range of technologies and therapies designed to limit the use of surgery in those patients who are good candidates for this form of treatment.
More than 50 million U.S. adults are affected by arthritis and have a limited level of mobility due to the breaking down of cartilage that provides a cushion between the bones of joints within the body. The Osteo Relief Institute also hopes to educate its patients about how best to live their lives in a way that limits the symptoms they see associated with arthritis and osteoarthritis symptoms; a daily schedule should be developed that allows the individual the opportunity to live and active and healthy lifestyle that will have a positive effect on their life in all areas. Those affected by osteoarthritis should become as active as possible with daily exercise helping keep joints moving in as pain-free a way as possible.
Based in New Jersey, the Osteo Relief Institute has developed a number of different ways to assist in the treatment of arthritis symptoms, including an innovative physical therapy treatment that has been developed specifically to allow greater movement for patients affected by a range of forms of arthritis. To begin the process of being treated by the Osteo Relief Institute an individual will be assessed for their suitability for the therapies on offer and eventually see their symptoms reduced over the course of treatment.
The Osteo Relief Institute brings together a number of board certified physicians and physical therapists who are dedicated to assisting their patients in avoiding surgical options for as long as possible. The techniques and therapies used by the Osteo Relief Institute have been developed using FDA approved techniques and treatment options that provide assistance in creating new ways of limiting the symptoms and stiffness associated with arthritis in all its forms.