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Arthritis Pain Relief Treatment in Altamonte Springs, FL

Comprehensive Health Care Can Help Relieve Your Arthritis Pain. We Treat and Manage Your Chronic Pain. We Are Located at 797 N State Rd 434 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714. Call Us at (407) 315-2314 to Schedule a Consultation.

Arthritis Pain Relief Treatment in Altamonte Springs, FL

Are you living with arthritis in the Altamonte Springs, FL area? You don’t need to live day in and day out with this chronic pain. The board-certified experts at CHC Physical are available. We provide comprehensive care to provide relief to your arthritis pain. Schedule an appointment today and be seen by the best doctors in the area.

How can I get relief from my arthritis?

There are several ways we treat arthritis at CHC Physical. Some of the treatment approaches include:

  • Stem Cell Injections
  • Exercise
  • Physical Therapy
  • Rest
  • Medication
  • Surgery (only to repair joint damage)

The cause of your arthritis will determine which treatments are best for you and how effective they might be. Osteoarthritis, or arthritis from normal wear and tear, is much easier to treat than rheumatoid arthritis. Treatments for both of these conditions are improving every year as research continues.

How can Regenerative Medicine help with my arthritis?

At Comprehensive Healthcare our stems cells are derived from donations of healthy umbilical cords which benefits patients with the regenerative and healing properties of this type of regenerative cell product. We can assist to provide relief from your chronic arthritic pain. Our doctors will discuss if Regenerative Medicine is right for you and help to determine the best course of treatment options.

How can physical therapy and exercise help with my arthritis?

Keeping your joints, ligaments, and muscles healthy and flexible is key to relieving your arthritis pain. Our doctors can give you specific exercises to do at home to keep trouble areas healthy. If your chronic pain is interfering with your day to day activities, our specialists can show you easier ways to do everyday activities.

Our providers can help you identify your most durable joints and muscles, to provide less strain on other areas of your body. They can also help you figure out which positions strain your joints the most. If you need additional assistance, they can who you specialized doorknobs, canes, walkers, and grab bars to assist with your mobility. There are also many specialized devices out there that can help those with arthritis to do everyday activities like opening jars or pulling up zippers.

Is there medication I can take to help relieve my arthritis?

Ideally, we like to use physical therapy and exercise to help relieve you of your chronic pain. However, if you are suffering from severe pain or if there is an underlying condition contributing to it, medication may be needed. The overall goal of any prescription is to improve the function of joints by reducing inflammation in that area. Our providers may also suggest a corticosteroid joint injection to ease stiffness and pain. These injections can provide short to long term relief, depending on the person and the nature of the inflammation. Another injection that may be available for treatment uses hyaluronic acid solution which mimics normal joint fluid, making your joints more efficient.

Sometimes inflammation and arthritis are caused by an infection or excessive fluid. We can prescribe the proper antibiotics or drain fluid, which often provides additional relief.

Are there surgical solutions to my joint pain?

Sometimes surgery is needed to restore mobility or joint function. In cases where joint damage is so severe, joint replacement surgery may be required. The knee, hip, shoulder, elbows, and even finger joints can be replaced with reliable, artificial joints made of ceramic, plastic, or stainless steel.

Is there any other way to manage my arthritic pain?

Recent research has suggested that psychotherapeutic strategies are very useful in managing arthritis pain. Education, behavior modification combined with relaxation techniques can provide significant relief to chronic pain caused by arthritis. Our specialists can help teach you to relax and overcome the mental stress or anxiety you may be feeling from your physical limitations.

Where is CHC Physical located?

CHC Physical is located at 797 N State Rd 434 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714. We are open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm and on Tuesday and Friday from 6:30 am to 12 pm. Do you have questions, or would you like to make an appointment? Call our friendly staff today at (407) 315-2314.

We look forward to meeting you!