Osteoarthritis in Fingers
Susan Cassidy
Susan Cassidy
July 9, 2018
Experiencing osteoarthritis in the fingers and hands can make everyday tasks like tying your shoes, opening jars, and even holding your cell phone painful.

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Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis: What’s the Difference?

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"I still struggle with osteoarthritis symptoms on a daily basis but with each passing year, I have learned to cope with the disease better," Ali writes.
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Osteoarthritis and Injury

How an Injury Can Lead to Osteoarthritis

What is known about osteoarthritis and injury? When a person injures a joint they have an increased risk of developing OA in that same joint in the future.
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Avoid These Osteoarthritis Triggers to Stay Flare Free

OA flare-ups are painful and take their toll on sufferers. Know your osteoarthritis triggers so you can go through life as flare-free as possible!
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How to Soothe Your OA Anxiety

Many chronic illness sufferers experience anxiety. It could be a pre-existing condition, but in many cases it is due to their pain and stress.
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Arthritis Headaches

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One of the lesser-known symptoms of arthritis is that it can cause chronic headaches. These arthritis headaches have several causes, but are easily treated.
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