OrthosportsPT_Physical Therapy Can Help Your Osteoarthritis

As Osteoarthritis progresses, more symptoms can arise. The most common symptoms are: • Joint pain. • Swelling or tenderness in or around the joint(s). • Inflammation or flare-ups of pain in the joint(s) after use. • Feeling stiff after sitting or laying down for prolonged periods of time, especially when getting up in the morning. • Crepitus - also referred to as a “cracking or crunching” feelingwhenmoving the joint(s), or the sound of bone rubbing on bone. PHYSICAL THERAPY CAN HELP OSTEOARTHRITIS PAIN (Continued) As Osteoarthritis progresses, more symptoms can arise. The most common symptoms are: • Joint pain. • Swelling or tenderness in or around the joint(s). • Inflammation or flare-ups of pain in the joint(s) after use. • Feeling stiff after sitting or laying down for prolonged periods of time, especially when getti up in the m r ing. • Crepitus - also referred to as a “cracking or crunching” feelingwhenmoving th joint(s), r th sound of bone rubbing on bone. HELP OSTEOARTHRITIS PAIN (Continued)

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