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For those experiencing arthritis symptoms and general joint pain it is very important to consider lifestyle and dietary factors that may be having an effect on their condition.

JOINT PAIN SYMPTOMS:

  • Aching joints ie. ankles, wrists, knees, hips, back or shoulders
  • Stiffness or swelling in joints
  • Pain during movement

WHY DO MY JOINTS HURT?

There are different types of arthritis; one example is rheumatoid arthritis where inflammation occurs as the body’s immune system targets the affected joints, leading to pain and swelling which can be debilitating.

It is estimated that more than 9 million people in the UK suffer from arthritis and related conditions, experiencing frequent stiffness, pain, swelling, fatigue and reduced mobility.

JOINT PAIN AND DIET

If you experience prolonged aches and pains in your joints without an obvious cause, it is important to investigate further by visiting your GP or seeing an Osteopath to rule out any underlying medical conditions and offer treatments which can help reduce and manage you pain.

Maintaining an anti-inflammatory diet has been shown to be beneficial for joint health. Aching bones and joints have also been linked to vitamin D deficiency. See our tests for checking your Vitamin D Levels.