New Treatments of Arthritis 2023

New Treatments of Arthritis 2023In the medical field there are some recent studies of promising outcomes.  If you are suffering from arthritis, scientific and medical research is continuing to discover natural biological and laboratory remedies to ease your pain, and possibly provide cures.

As scientific, biological, and medical terminology can be frustrating for many people to understand, some research will help reduce stress and assist you with choices for treatments of arthritis in 2023. 

Understanding Arthritis

There are over 100 types of arthritis – “itis” is always defined in medical terms as inflammation, and “arthr” refers to joints.  The most common types are osteo (bones) and rheumatoid (immune system) arthritis.

Osteoarthritis is a condition often referred to as degenerative joint disease.  It occurs when the protective covering at the ends of the bones, known as cartilage, wear down over time. Osteoarthritis most commonly occurs in a person’s hands, spine, knees, and hips. Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder affecting many joints, including those in the hands and feet.  The body’s immune system mistakenly attacks its own tissue, including joints. It could also affect internal organs (including skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels).  Diseases – (southlandarthritis.com)

Defining Treatments for Arthritis

Treatments for arthritis in 2023 include traditional methods such as resting, alternating ice and heat to affected areas, hydration, weight loss, moderate exercise, and healthy nutrition & supplements.  Overall, keeping your body in the best condition possible may prevent, delay, or cure arthritis.  In modern times, medications have become more common.  Pain is a symptom in virtually all types of arthritis – swelling, joint stiffness, redness, and aching around the joint(s).  In advanced arthritis, symptoms may cause immobility, muscle weakness, and aerobic problems – leading to disabilities that make it difficult for a person to perform normal life functions.  Many treatments, medications, and surgery are available depending on your specific situation and diagnosis.  ArthritisdefinitionofarthritisbyMedicaldictionary(thefreedictionary.com)


New Treatments of Arthritis in 2023

There are positive reports of new research, studies, and treatments for arthritis in 2023.  The following list includes websites you can visit to read the full reports.  As many of these reports are communicated in scientific/medical terms, you may want to take notes and ask your doctor relative questions.   

As medical education is a doctor’s honor, it is always recommended you obtain their personal professional assistance as it applies to your specific situation and health.    

* Sciencedaily.com – Rheumatoid Arthritis breaking science study on RNA interceptors

* Spectrum.iceee.org – Nerve stimulation from bio-electronic treatments

* Dw.com – Treatment for DNA changes

* Arthritis.org – Natural remedies

* Medicalnewstoday – 10 natural remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis

* Drugs.com – New pharmaceuticals

* Verywellhealth.com – Creams, gels, and patches for pain relief

 

* Mayoclinic.org –“New arthritis treatments” Search Results – Mayo Clinic

* CBD – Does CBD help with arthritis pain? – Harvard Health

How Southland Arthritis Can Help

Southland Arthritis was established in 1983 and has grown to include 5 additional locations in 2023.  With over a dozen doctors, you will most likely find the specialist you need between Los Angeles and San Diego.  Southland Arthritis – Google Maps  

Fortunately, you can ask questions about treatments available for arthritis in 2023.  To make sure you find the best solutions for your needs, do some research and bring your questions with you.  Whether you need medication management, physical therapy, holistic approach options, or a combination of treatments, take care of yourself!  You will find the caring attention of Inland Empire’s qualified professionals, with 40 years of experience, a great comfort.  Find out more here! – southlandarthritis.com   

DrAmit-Sureen

Dr. Amit Sureen

Dr. Amit Sureen earned a B.S. from UC Irvine, followed by a M.S. and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Lincoln Memorial University – DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Sureen completed his Internal Medicine residency at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso, and his Rheumatology Fellowship at the University of Missouri.  

Dr. Sureen’s approach to treating rheumatic diseases involves actively listening to patients to understand their needs, providing education, and using evidence-based medicine to achieve the best possible outcomes. He believes that each patient’s experience and needs are unique, and creates individualized treatment plans to meet each patient’s specific health goals. Dr. Sureen feels privileged to build lasting relationships with his patients and genuinely enjoys providing for their care and comfort. 

Dr. Sureen specializes in treatment of Arthritis, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Gout, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Scleroderma, Mixed Connective Tissue Disease, Inflammatory Myopathies, and Vasculitis.

In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball, hiking, exercising and traveling. He genuinely cares about the well-being of his patients and is proud to be a part of the Southland Arthritis team. 

Dr. Marc Phillpotts

Dr. Marc Phillpotts

Dr. Marc Phillpotts is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology. Dr. Phillpotts earned his medical degree at The University of the West Indies in Jamaica. He moved to Washington, DC where he completed Residency training in Internal Medicine at Howard University Hospital, then Fellowship training at the George Washington University. He has held an academic position as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the GW SMHS. He is a member of several professional societies including the American Medical Association, International Society of Clinical Densitometry and American College of Rheumatology. Dr. Phillpotts has expertise in musculoskeletal ultrasound and bone densitometry. In his spare time, Dr. Phillpotts enjoys running, swimming and tennis.