Advances in Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment: The Sooner, the Better

Advances in RA research are making the chances of your disease going into remission much better. Studies show that treating RA early and aggressively may be best, rather than starting with milder medications and working up to stronger drugs. Can we stop RA in its tracks? ›

11 Things to Know About Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you've met one person with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), then you've met one person with RA.  Although RA is one disease, it presents itself differently from patient to patient, and treatment responses vary individually as well. Here are 11 more interesting facts on RA

Finding the Right Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Although there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), there are many treatments available today. While some help soothe symptoms such as pain and inflammation, others target the disease more directly. Is it time to try a new treatment? Get the facts on all the treatment options

Your RA Education

Treatment for RA is customized to each person's needs -- no single regimen works for everyone. The Arthritis Foundation recommends having certain conversations with your doctor to get the best treatment possible. Find out what you need to know ›

Ease Your RA Pain

Many people with rheumatoid arthritis believe there's nothing they can do to ease their pain and stiffness, but they're wrong. Ask your doctor which of these tried-and-true pain relief strategies could do the trick for you. Take a look at these 4 tips ›

Reference: Arthritis section on Better Medicine