By Scott Burg, DO
If your hands are pain-free, it’s easy to take them for granted. But when you have arthritis, you notice just how important your hands are for everyday living.
Your treatment options for hand pain and other symptoms depend on your specific type of arthritis and how severe your case is. So talk to your doctor directly about medications, injections and other treatments that may help.
But beyond medical treatments, you can take steps on your own — and with the help of experts — to get a grip on your condition.
Read the hands on tips here: http://health.clevelandclinic.org/2015/05/hands-on-tips-for-dealing-with-your-arthritis-hand-pain/