Mild osteoarthritis is grade2 osteoarthritis where significant changes to the joints are experienced and detected in X-rays. During this phase, the cartilage in joints breaks down and narrows the space between the joints. It increases pressure and friction on joints that results in the formation of osteophytes or bone spurs. Pain and stiffness are experienced in the affected joints especially during the morning once you woke up from sleep. Even though it can affect all the joints in the body, the most commonly affected joints are joints of the hands, knees, hips, and spine.
Mild osteoarthritis develops due to age factors which involve wear and tear in joints. People who use their joints more frequently or whose profession is associated with frequent usage of certain joints like athletics, military persons, and physically demanding jobs are more prone to osteoarthritis.
Causes of Mild osteoarthritis:
- Getting old
- Joint injuries or trauma
- Repeated stress on same joints
- Bone deformities
- Certain metabolic disorders like diabetes
- Low level of physical activity
Symptoms of Mild osteoarthritis:
- Pain and Stiffness
- Loss of flexibility
- Grating sensation
- Bone spurs
Homeopathy treatment for mild osteoarthritis:
Homeopathy treatment is the best for treating mild osteoarthritis because homeopathy treatment is safe and effective in controlling pain and stiffness in joints caused due to osteoarthritis. As there is no permanent cure for osteoarthritis, the symptoms of mild osteoarthritis can be managed to avoid further degradation of cartilage in the joints by improving the overall health of the patient without causing any side effects.
Constitutional Homeopathy treatment for mild osteoarthritis:
At Homeocare International the most experienced doctors treat mild osteoarthritis with advanced constitutional homeopathy treatment based on analysis of the patient’s symptoms, severity, genetics, and psychological conditions which help the patient to manage symptoms and improves the mobility in the affected joints by targeting the root cause of the osteoarthritis in the individual.
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